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A senate inquiry into general aviation has heard of the urgent need for the Morrison Government to support the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). In its Senate submission Professionals Australia, who represent workers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, has found that over recent years, staffing numbers in CASA’s Southern Region office
Evidence heard in Senate Estimates has cast even more doubt over the Morrison Government’s program of infrastructure investment, with revelations that the Department of Infrastructure had budgeted “in the order of $30m” for the purchase of the Leppington Triangle even before their dodgy valuation and acquisition process. The acquisition of land should always be based
E&OE TRANSCRIPTDOORSTOPPARLIAMENT HOUSE SATURDAY, 17 OCTOBER 2020 SUBJECT: Airport land rorts, ANAO budget cuts, ICAC, Victorian COVID numbers, New Zealand travellers in Victoria, Digital border forms. CATHERINE KING SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Thanks everyone for coming out this morning. I just want to make some further comments about the decision yesterday by the
E&OE TRANSCRIPTRADIO INTERVIEWRADIO NATIONAL BREAKFASTFRIDAY, 16 OCTOBER 2020 SUBJECTS: Repatriation of stranded Australians; Virgin Australia. HAMISH MACDONALD, HOST: Catherine King is the opposition transport spokeswoman. Good morning to you. CATHERINE KING, SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Good morning Hamish. MACDONALD: On the plans to bring Australians home and put them into quarantine in Howard Springs. Do you welcome that decision? KING: Well, Labor has been calling
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