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WHY PREVENTATIVE HEALTH HAS FALLEN OFF THE POLITICAL AGENDA AUSTRALIAN CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION ALLIANCE EVENT PARLIAMENT HOUSE CANBERRA TUESDAY, 19 JUNE 2018 *** CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY ***   Is Australia doing enough on chronic disease? It’s a simple question with a depressingly simple answer: no. No, of course we’re not doing enough. Not even close.
BILL SHORTEN MP LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION THE HON TANYA PLIBERSEK MP DEPUTY LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION SHADOW MINISTER FOR WOMEN CHRIS BOWEN MP SHADOW TREASURER THE HON CATHERINE KING MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR HEALTH AND MEDICARE If the Liberals actually care about a fairer tax system, they should vote with Labor and others in
THE HON CATHERINE KING MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR HEALTH AND MEDICARE MEMBER FOR BALLARAT JUSTINE KEAY LABOR CANDIDATE FOR BRADDON BRETT WHITELEY’S APPALLING RECORD ON HEALTH The last time Brett Whiteley was in Parliament he enthusiastically supported the Liberal agenda to smash Medicare, rip billions from public hospitals and force up the cost of medicines.
THE HON. CATHERINE KING MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR HEALTH AND MEDICARE MEMBER FOR BALLARAT E&OE TRANSCRIPT DOORSTOP KALGOORLIE-BOULDER HOSPITAL TUESDAY, 12 JUNE 2018 SUBJECT/S: MRI licenses, Malcolm Turnbull’s cuts to hospitals, One Nation’s deals with Liberal Party KYLE MCGINN MLC: Thanks everyone for coming down today, it’s massive news for the region – for Kalgoorlie.
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