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Media Releases

TURNBULL GIVES COMMUNITY JUST 5 DAYS TO COMMENT

September 20, 2016

Malcolm Turnbull will give families in Braddon only five working days this week to make submissions to the Senate Inquiry into his proposed child care changes, which will leave one in three families worse off.

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MEN’S HEALTH AN IMPORTANT ISSUE

September 20, 2016

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay took the opportunity to highlight the importance of men’s health at a barbecue at the Somerset Community Shed in September. “Fortunately we have come a long way in the past couple of years with awareness around issues such as prostate cancer, heart disease, depression and other men’s health issues.

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$4.3 MILLION INVESTMENT WELCOME

September 14, 2016

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay has welcomed an investment of $4.3 million by Fonterra at its Wynyard plant. The investment will increase the plant’s cheese making capacity by 8000 MT per annum.

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BRINGING RESPECT BACK TO POLITICS

September 13, 2016

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay has used her first speech in federal parliament to highlight the need for politicians of all persuasions to work hard to bring back community respect for their political representatives.

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Federal Liberals Abandon Braddon

August 31, 2016

News today that no Tasmanian Liberal Senator will be based in Braddon show the Liberal Party has learnt nothing since the federal election according to Braddon Federal MP Justine Keay.

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LABOR CALLS FOR HALT TO ROSEBERY POST OFFICE CLOSURE PLANS

June 23, 2016

Federal Labor has called on Australia Post to halt plans that would see the Rosebery Post Office close its doors and co-locate with the Rosebery IGA on 1 July.   Labor Senator Anne Urquhart has written to Minister for Communications, Mitch Fifield, and Australia Post CEO [attached] calling for a halt to plans and requesting senior executives undertake a proper community consultation process. 

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