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Media Releases

CUT TO PENALTY RATES WILL HURT ABOUT 7585 BRADDON WORKERS

March 08, 2017

About 7585 workers in the retail, food and accommodation industries in the North West and West Coast could be affected by the Fair Work Commission’s cut to penalty rates.

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SWEET DEAL FOR PRODUCE

March 06, 2017

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay said a new arrangement between the Costa Group and Produce to the People provided a number of benefits.

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BASS HIGHWAY PETITION RELAUNCHED

March 02, 2017

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay has relaunched a petition urging the Government to fund improvements to the Bass Highway between Burnie and Marrawah.

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RURAL MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM IN DOUBT

February 21, 2017

Tasmanian Federal Members of Parliament Brian Mitchell and Justine Keay have raised serious concerns about the future of Rural Alive and Well Tasmania (RAW Tas) after hearing its programs are in jeopardy for next year.

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OMNIBUS BILL WILL HURT BRADDON FAMILIES

February 15, 2017

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay says the Federal Government’s omnibus bill will have a devastating effect on Braddon and other parts of regional Australia.

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BI PARTISAN PUSH FOR TASMANIA’S DEFENCE CAPABILITY

February 14, 2017

Tasmania’s Labor and Liberal Federal representatives have joined together in parliament to push for Tasmania to be integrated as much as it can into Australia’s defence capability.

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