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Further consultation on political donations Bill

The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters will hold a public hearing on 5 October 2018 on the proposed amendments to the Electoral Legislation Amendment (Electoral Funding and Disclosure Reform) Bill 2017. The Committee will hear evidence from experts in...

Electoral Matters Committee to review electoral donations reforms

The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters has been asked by the Special Minister of State and the Minister for Finance to examine proposed amendments to the Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Electoral Funding and Donations Reform) Bill 2017. The proposed...

Greens Proposed Change to Parliamentary Prayer Tradition Slammed

Queensland LNP Senator James McGrath has slammed the Greens-backed push to remove any reference to God and the Lord’s Prayer from the proceedings of the Senate. Green’s Senator Lee Rhiannon’s motion to remove references to God and the Lord’s Prayer from the Senate has...

Restoration of WWII Igloo commemorates Australia’s past

John McVeigh Minister for Regional Development, Territories and Local Government James McGrath Senator for Queensland • Milestone reached at the Rocky Creek World War II Igloo at Tolga, QLD • The heritage-listed former WWII entertainment complex will attract visitors...

Labor’s attack on Australia Day is an attack on Australians

The Liberal National Coalition will never change the date of Australia Day. Today’s media reports that Bill Shorten’s Victorian Labor Party have proposed moving the date of Australia Day show just how out of touch they are with Australians. Debating this issue shows...

Government commits $800 million to build Section D – Cooroy to Curra

The Federal Government will commit $800 million towards the construction phase of the Cooroy to Curra–Section D project, delivering safer and less congested roads for the people of Queensland. Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Michael...