A Shorten Labor Government will upgrade mental health facilities, fund the purchase of a new Careflight helicopter for Darwin Hospital, and fund major improvements to remote health services as part of an $92 million Northern Territory health package. Labor wants all Territorians to have access to the best possible health care, whether they live in downtown Darwin or a remote outback community. That’s why
A Shorten Labor Government will prioritise the health and wellbeing of First Nations peoples by delivering a $115.1 million package that will put First Australians at the centre of decision-making – from primary care delivery to health research. Every Australian, Indigenous or non-Indigenous, should have access to the health services they need, where and when
A Shorten Labor Government will deliver improved recreational fishing facilities for the Palmerston boat ramp. If elected, a Federal Labor Government will invest to upgrade infrastructure at the boat ramp including construction of a fishing kiosk, a caretaker’s cottage, a boat wash-down pad and expanded lighting and CCTV security cameras. With one in four Palmerston
A Shorten Labor Government will invest $173 million in a Strategic Roads Package to improve safety, boost productivity and deliver more reliable access to communities across the Northern Territory. The package has a strong focus on remote communities. Importantly, the funding will start flowing in the first budget of a Shorten Labor Government. Investing in
The Acting Prime Ministers statements at the NT Cattleman’s Association Conference are an outright lie. He has made the assertion that the live cattle export will not be safe under Labor.
That is a lie, an outright lie. #NTCAConf19#HighSteakstwitter.com/M_McCormackMP/…