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Media Releases

TURNBULL GOVERNMENT PUT ON NOTICE OVER BRADDON HEALTH CARE

November 21, 2016

The Turnbull Government has been put on notice to deliver better health outcomes to the Braddon electorate and end the uncertainty surrounding the Mersey Community Hospital.

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PRODUCE TO THE PEOPLE IGNORED BY LIBERALS

November 15, 2016

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay said despite significant increases in demand for emergency food relief at Produce to the People no Tasmanian Liberal Senator had visited the centre.

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MOBILE BLACKSPOTS NEED TO BE RESOLVED

November 15, 2016

Labor's spokesperson on regional services and regional communications has called on the Turnbull Government to get on with fixing mobile black spots in north-west Tasmania. "Regional communities have been waiting months to find out if they will make the list for Round 2 of the program, which was announced on 26 February this year" Mr Jones said.

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ONLINE COMPETITION AND TAX QUESTIONS NEED TO BE CLARIFIED

November 14, 2016

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay has raised concerns around GST and online competition for local businesses. Ms Keay was joined by Shadow Minister for Competition and Productivity Dr Andrew Leigh and Burnie-based Trooper IT Services owner David Smith to discuss a number of competition issues faced by businesses that operate online.

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WILKIE IGNORES INVITATION TO MEET WITH SALMON PRODUCERS

November 12, 2016

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay has condemned Federal Member for Denison Andrew Wilkie on his refusal to meet salmon producers on the West Coast.

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HAS MALCOLM TURNBULL BROKEN SOLAR PANEL PROMISE TO VINCENT INDUSTRIES?

November 11, 2016

The Coalition appears to have broken an election promise to Vincent Industries in Wynyard that it would provide up to $15,000 towards installing solar panels to reduce energy costs.

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