Media Release with Shadow Minister Joel Fitzgibbon The Federal Government’s credibility on drought is in tatters after revelations it ignored Bureau of Meteorology advice before allocating $1 million in drought funding to Moyne Shire Council in Victoria in September. Moyne Shire infamously refused to accept the funds, with the Mayor stating at the time that
If you ever want an example of this third-term seven-year government not having an economic plan, you just saw it. They just spent 10 minutes of the minister’s contribution talking about Labor, completely and utterly unable to talk about the things that they should be doing. And as the shadow Treasurer pointed out, this third-term
Labor is backing the thousands of Australians who work in the super yacht industry by today supporting the Special Recreational Vessels Bill 2019. Tourism is at the heart of our economy driving good jobs, new infrastructure investment and increasing quality of life, particularly in regional communities. The Bill will enable international super yachts to be offered
Labor welcomes the Joint Committee on Public Accounts and Audit’s inquiry into the Coalition’s Regional Jobs and Investment Packages. Shadow Minister Catherine King wrote to the Chair of the Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit requesting the inquiry just days after the report’s Melbourne Cup-timed release. “Labor welcomes the action by the Audit Committee