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  • 25 April 2018

    Each year on April 25, Australians gather in the quiet dawn to remember the Anzacs. We honour their great courage and tenacity, and commemorate their loyalty and sacrifice. This year we mark the centenary of the final year of the First World War. While the fateful landing at Gallipoli...

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  • Private Members Bill aims to cease live sheep exports – Statement

    The live sheep export trade has been put on notice many times before. We now need to ‘call time’ on this cruelty, for good. Today I advised the Minister for Agriculture of my intention to introduce a Private Members Bill, with the aim of setting a date to phase...

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  • New cash for Men’s Sheds

    The Griffith and Narrandera Men’s Sheds have been awarded funding through the Turnbull Government’s latest grants distributed from the National Shed Development Programme. Local MP Sussan Ley today personally congratulated Griffith Men’s Shed on its successful application for $6,500 to assist in the installation of new solar panels and...

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  • Farrer Food Fair – expressions of interest are now open!

    Farrer Food Fair Wednesday, 17 October 2018 Australian Parliament House, Canberra   What is the Farrer Food Fair? From small to big business and exporters, Farrer is truly the “home” of irrigated agriculture – producing rice, grapes, cotton and cereals, through to dairy, wool, fat lambs and cattle. We...

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  • Construction begins on major roundabout in Griffith

    Work has begun on building a $1.6 million roundabout designed to make the intersection of Thorne Road and Kidman Way in Griffith safer and more efficient. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Michael McCormack said the roundabout was jointly funded under the Australian Government’s Heavy Vehicle Safety...

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