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July 21, 2021 | Media Releases

How much unchecked power should 13 people have?

Opinion piece – Canberra Times 21 July 2021 How much unchecked power should 13 people have? The question needs to be asked in the context of the debate over whether Territories should have the right to legislate on assisted suicide. Because make no mistake – those arguing for the ACT to be able to legislate on assisted suicide are arguing …

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May 27, 2021 | Media Releases

27 May 2021 – MORE CAMPING AND FISHING FUN IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

The Morrison Government is investing $141,000 for four projects across the Australian Capital Territory to upgrade infrastructure and facilities under the Australian Government’s $20 million Recreational Fishing and Camping Facilities Program. Senator for the ACT Zed Seselja said the four new projects were aimed to improve facilities for the recreational fishing and camping community in the ACT. “These new projects …

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May 11, 2021 | Media Releases

11 May 2021 – A PLAN FOR THE COUNTRY THAT DELIVERS FOR CANBERRA

Throughout 2020, the Government acted to protect lives and livelihoods. The 2021-22 Budget sets out the next step in the Liberal-National Government’s plan to secure our economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our plan for the country is delivering for Canberra, and for everyday Canberrans, by creating jobs, guaranteeing essential services, and building a more resilient and secure Australia,” Senator …

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May 6, 2021 | Media Releases

6 May 2021 – SUPPORT FOR CANBERRANS WITH ASBESTOS RELATED ILLNESS

The Australian Government recognises the suffering of Canberrans who have developed an asbestos related illness after living in a Mr Fluffy home. The Government will contribute up to $8 million towards the establishment an Australian Capital Territory Asbestos Disease Assistance Scheme, to provide support for these Canberrans. Minister Hunt and Senator Seselja voiced their appreciation for the tireless advocacy by …

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