Scott Morrison has this week announced infrastructure funding for all mainland states – leaving the Territory out in the cold. Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Catherine King said the ad-hoc announcements across the country showed Scott Morrison was under pressure to be seen to be doing something. “These ad-hoc infrastructure announcements are
E&OE TRANSCRIPTTELEVISION INTERVIEWSKY NEWS NEWSDAYWEDNESDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 2019 SUBJECT: Morrison’s infrastructure announcement, economy, stimulus, Newstart.  TOM CONNELL: For more on the Government’s announcement today, joining me is Catherine King, the Shadow Infrastructure and Transport Minister. Catherine King, thanks very much for your time. I note the Queensland Labor Government seem pretty happy with this announcement
Check against delivery Good morning and it’s a pleasure to join you here today. I begin by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land upon which we meet, and I pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging. To President David O’Loughlin and to Adrian and the team at ALGA, thank you for
Scott Morrison’s hospital cuts will hit Cairns hard, leaving local residents facing longer wait times for elective surgery and emergency treatment. The Liberals have slashed more than $7 million in funding from Cairns Hospital – one of the deepest cuts from any hospital in Queensland – and the effects are already being felt. As Treasurer,