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2014 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN GLASGOW
I would like to wish the Australian Commonwealth Games team the best of luck in Glasgow. In particular I would like to make special mention of the Tasmanian members of the team Nicholas Cooney, Amy Cure,Jenna Myers, Edward Ockenden, Hamish Peacock and Huw Peacock.
16/7/2014: Read my latest media release "Future of higher education in Bass remains in jeopardy" here
Read what i had to say about the Coalition being unconcerned about Tasmanian Jobs here
Read my speech "The Dementia Supplement axing that will harm older Australians" here
Read my speech on ANZAC Day and the 2nd/40th Battalion here
Read my speech on the Minerals Resource Rent Tax here
Read my contribution to the Clean Energy Legislation here
Read my speech on Ovarian Cancer here
Read my speech on the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (Abolition) Bill 2013 here
I would like to bring your attention to a new app that has been developed by Tas Medicare Local called “Tas After Hours”. This app allows the user to store their own GP details as well as the resources to help get in touch with after hours and emergency medical services. The app can be downloaded by iPhone/iPad users at the ITunes App Store and by Android users from Google Web Play. You can visit the website for the app here.
CHECK THIS OUT: Read the Hospice Proposal for Launceston here
I am very excited to be able to make available this website for you, which aims to provide you with as much information as possible about my role as a Labor Senator for Tasmania.
The Labor Government has ambitious plans for Australia's future. I look forward to representing Tasmania and contributing to its success.
If you would like to know more about recent Labor policies, or would like any other information, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org , or contact my Electorate Office toll free on 1300 134 923.
SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES
The Tasmanian Fire Service recommends that you test your smoke alarms monthly and change your batteries when you change your clocks for daylight savings. For more information on smoke alarms and fire safety click here.