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  • Farrer schools invited to share in new funding

    Federal MP Sussan Ley has announced money for schools in her electorate to fund projects which can benefit students and the wider school community. Ms Ley said up to $200,000 was available to share in Farrer as part of the Federal Government’s Local Schools Community Fund. “Government, Catholic and...

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  • Dig in for National Tree Day

    Farrer MP and Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley is encouraging communities across the nation to plant a tree on Sunday week as part of National Tree Day. According to Ms Ley, the nation’s largest community tree-planting event on Sunday 28 July gives Australians from all walks of life an...

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  • Delivered: tax relief for Farrer

    Around 28,000 low and middle income earners in Farrer will receive a tax break after the Coalition Government delivered on its promise to build a better tax system. Legislation passed both houses of Parliament this week, paving the way for the Australian Tax Office (ATO) to begin applying it...

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  • Lower electricity bills on way for Farrer

    From today, many Farrer households and businesses will receive a fairer and cheaper deal on their electricity bill thanks to the Morrison Government. The change is among a number of policies implemented by our government taking effect from 01 July. From this month, electricity prices will be capped for nearly 800,000 customers...

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  • Need for clear environmental protection rules

    The release of the Craik report today highlights the importance of strong environmental protection that Australians can understand, navigate and support. Dr Wendy Craik examined the interaction between the agricultural sector and the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and her report identifies genuine support for...

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