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Wednesday, 25 November 2015

The No Jab, No Pay legislation designed to improve national immunisation rates and provide a stronger incentive for immunisation has now passed both Houses of Federal Parliament, on its way to becoming law. The legislation means that from 1 January 2016, parents will need to ensure their child’s immunisations are up-to-date if they are to continue receiving Child Care Benefit, Child Care Rebate and an FTB-A payment. Most immunisations are free,” Federal Member for Murray Sharman Stone said. “This legislation is important for community health and for the safety our children....Click here for full story

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MOTION – Iraq and Syria

Monday, 23 November 2015

I think many Australians are proud that Australia, a nation of only 23 million people, is, with the USA and Canada, consistently offering the highest number of resettlement opportunities to humanitarian refugees—and we have been in this position for many years. Recently we have determined to take an additional 12,000 humanitarian refugees from the Daesh, or ISIS, created war on Iraq and Syria. We are also second only to the USA in commitment to efforts to fight these terrorists' movements. Australia is playing an important role in the global coalition led by the USA by supp...Click here for full story

Views: 52 | Posted in: Parliament Speeches

The World Today ABC: Murray-Darling irrigation reforms

Monday, 19 October 2015

ELEANOR HALL: Lower rainfall is threatening to once again pitch irrigators, environmentalists and other water users along the Murray Darling river against each other. A delegation of Victorian irrigators is in Canberra today, arguing that the water currently held for environmental flows needs to be put back into faltering agricultural operations. The push comes amid a political fight in Canberra over exactly which minister should have responsibility for sorting out the future of the river. Political reporter Tom Iggulden has more from Canberra. TOM IGGULDEN: Victorian Liberal MP Sh...Click here for full story

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