A Shorten Labor Government will address overcrowding and create jobs in remote Indigenous communities with a $1.5 billion, ten-year investment. Housing shortages and chronic overcrowding contribute to poor outcomes in health, education, employment and community safety for residents living in remote communities. In 2014-15, more than half of Indigenous Australians in very remote areas lived
A Shorten Labor Government will provide $40 million over four years to emergency relief organisations across the country, including over $1 million for organisations that deliver services in Darwin and across the Northern Territory. The Morrison Liberal Government is slashing funding to vital emergency relief services. This election will be a choice between a Shorten
A Shorten Labor Government will invest $5 million to transform the 30-year-old Katherine Pool. Making the commitment in Katherine today, the Deputy Labor Leader, Tanya Plibersek, said the funding will build a new waterpark and lagoon at Katherine Pool. “There will be a new kids pool, a toddler play pool, and a separate waterplay area
The Member for Lingiari, Warren Snowdon, today joined the Deputy Labor Leader, Tanya Plibersek, to announce that a Shorten Labor Government will commit $588,000 towards new playgrounds in remote communities in the Northern Territory. The playgrounds will be delivered by Children’s Ground, a not-for-profit organisation that works with First Nations children, families and communities experiencing
It was a great privilege and honour to serve in Hawke Governments, to have Bob as a mentor and mate. We can all be thankful and grateful for the legacy he has left us. Vale Bob pic.twitter.com/HkCEop8XyK
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/…