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E&OE TRANSCRIPTRADIO INTERVIEWABC NEWSRADIO WITH GLEN BARTHOLOMEWWEDNESDAY, 24 NOVEMBER 2021 SUBJECTS: New chair of Infrastructure Australia; George Christensen and extremist threats. GLEN BARTHOLOMEW, HOST: Good afternoon, Catherine. CATHERINE KING, SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Good afternoon, Glen. BARTHOLOMEW: What do you know about Col Murray? KING: Well, I’ve met him once before
E&OE TRANSCRIPTDOORSTOP INTERVIEWPARLIAMENT HOUSE, CANBERRAWEDNESDAY, 24 NOVEMBER 2021 SUBJECTS: New chair of Infrastructure Australia; Peter Dutton doing the numbers. CATHERINE KING, SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Yesterday, we had Barnaby Joyce confirm that he’s intending to appoint his hometown mayor, the former Mayor of Tamworth, to the chair of Infrastructure Australia. This
Major upgrades to much-loved swimming pools and aquatic centres in Dandenong and Noble Park will be supported by an Albanese Labor Government with a $20 million funding commitment. Partnering with the City of Greater Dandenong, an Albanese Labor Government will help to deliver the lifestyle and aquatic centres that both these communities deserve. Noble Park
Despite much hype, the Minister who brought Australians Sports Rorts has today failed to bring any clarity to the Morrison-Joyce Government’s approach to regionalisation. The centrepiece of the Minister’s new policy seems to be a plan to hand some money to a handpicked list of regional centres around Australia. You’ll have to forgive Labor’s scepticism,
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