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Media Releases

KING ISLAND TREATED WITH DISDAIN BY PREMIER AND MINISTER HIDDING

June 26, 2017

The King Island community have been treated with disdain by Premier Will Hodgman and Infrastructure Minister Rene Hidding. Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay said, “She had written to the Premier last month and invited him to visit King Island following a public meeting held on the island.

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LABOR MOVES TO STOP GOVERNMENT SENDING JOBS OVERSEAS

June 23, 2017

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay yesterday stood up in Parliament against the Turnbull Government’s moves to loan money to companies wanting to set up overseas without creating jobs in Australia.

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BIPARISAN SUPPORT BRADDON'S DEFENCE CAPABILITY

June 21, 2017

The House of Representatives has affirmed its support for Braddon playing a key role in Australia’s defence capability with a motion being debtated today highlighting Tasmania’s research and defence industry potential.  

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LABOR’S WANTS TO HEAR BEST IDEAS FROM CRADLE COAST COUNCILS

June 20, 2017

The Federal Opposition wants to hear from local mayors and councillors their ideas on local infrastructure projects.

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SISTERS BEACH WAITING ALMOST TWO YEARS FOR MOBILE PHONE RECEPTION

May 28, 2017

Federal Member for Braddon Justine Keay has called on the Federal Government to confirm when mobile phone reception in Sisters Beach will be fixed.

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TURNBULL'S SUPPORT FOR CUTS TO PENALTY RATES WILL HIT BRADDON HARD

May 17, 2017

7585 workers in Braddon are set to lose $9.9 million per year when penalty rates are cut - a devastating hit to local workers and the local economy.

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