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  • Interview with Sally Bryant, ABC Riverina – 15 April 2020

    SALLY BRYANT:   Sussan Ley is the Member for Farrer and the Minister for Environment. Good morning, Minister. Hello, Minister? SUSSAN LEY:   Oh hello, Sally. SALLY BRYANT:   How are you going? SUSSAN LEY:   I’m good thank you to ABC Riverina for your great work on the COVID-19 virus and your...

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  • Work underway to fix Griffith road-rail blackspot

    Major works to improve road safety and traffic flow in Yoogali near Griffith will begin construction tomorrow. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack said behind-the-scenes preparation has been under way for a number of months on this $14.8 million project and today...

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  • Combating the scourge of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic

    Mrs McINTOSH (Lindsay) (14:42): My question is to the Minister for the Environment representing the Minister for Women. Will the minister outline to the House how the Morrison government is increasing resources available for , particularly during the coronavirus pandemic? Ms LEY (Farrer—Minister for the Environment) (00:00):   Can I...

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  • April 07 – Update on Coronavirus measures

    Australian governments met today as the National Cabinet to take further action to slow the spread of coronavirus to save lives, and to save livelihoods. We will be living with this virus for at least six months, so social distancing measures to slow the spread of this virus must...

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  • Supporting our agriculture workforce during COVID-19

    Farm businesses across Farrer stand to benefit from the Australian Government’s decision to extend working holiday maker and other visas amid the COVID-19 crisis. Local MP Sussan Ley said the visa changes will allow Pacific seasonal workers, working holiday makers and a range of other visa holders (who are...

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