$3.157 million for local road upgrades through Black Spot Programme

The Australian Government is building safer roads and a stronger economy by providing $3.157 million to fix nine dangerous black spots in the Flinders electorate. This funding will provide significant improvements to a number of local roads and intersections, increasing safety for road users. Intersections to receive funding under the Black Spot Programme include: •…

$3.157 million for local road upgrades through Black Spot Programme

The Australian Government is building safer roads and a stronger economy by providing $3.157 million to fix nine dangerous black spots in the Flinders electorate. This funding will provide significant improvements to a number of local roads and intersections, increasing safety for road users. Intersections on the Mornington Peninsula to receive funding under the Black…

Community meeting on autism and disability

Parents caring for children with autism or a disability are encouraged to attend a Community Meeting at Abacus Learning Centre on Tuesday, July 28. The meeting will take place during the Hastings leg of my 500km Walk for Autism. Parents caring for children with autism or a disability have a tough job and do incredibly…

Labor frontbencher confirms Shorten’s plans for a carbon tax

In an extraordinary interview today on The Bolt Report, Labor frontbencher Joel Fitzgibbon confirmed that Bill Shorten and the Labor Party would be introducing a carbon tax 2.0. It was with great hubris that Bill Shorten told the ALP conference on Friday, in words of one syllable, that “the ETS was not a tax.” Well…

Labor locks in triple hit on electricity prices at ALP Conference

Bill Shorten and the Labor Party have today confirmed their plans for the world’s highest carbon tax, as a part of the resolutions passed at the ALP Conference. If elected, Labor will re-introduce a carbon tax which will result in a huge electricity tax spike for all Australian households and businesses. No matter if Labor…

Green Army is calling for local people, local projects

Is there an environmental or conservation project in your region that would benefit from practical, on-ground support? Are you aged between 17 and 24 and interested in gaining practical training and experience while being paid to work in your local environment? Or do you know someone who might be? If so, find out about the…

Celebrating Schools Tree Day

Tens of thousands of school children around Australia are today celebrating Schools Tree Day – which together with National Tree Day on Sunday brings communities together in a nationwide event to support and care for our environment. Schools Tree Day raises awareness about care and preservation of our environment and gets children outside connecting with…

Desperate Bill’s latest plan will hike power bills and cut jobs

Today we see Bill Shorten trying to create a massive distraction from last week’s massive shadow Cabinet leak about his massive secret plan for a massive carbon tax. What we see today is a failed leader desperately trying to divert attention away from his plan to push up power bills. Last week Labor was caught…