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Eden-Monaro: Federal Budget 2018 black holes

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Veterans, home care, hospitals, schools, TAFE cuts. By Mike Kelly, Federal Member for Eden-Monaro. UNFORTUNATELY, THIS YEAR’S Federal Budget has failed to address many of the issues that are of real concern in our community – it’s a budget that has forgotten that everyone, no matter where they come from or what

NSW politics and brumbies

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When is a political donation a conflict of interest? By Robin Tennant-Wood. THE BEREJIKLIAN GOVERNMENT’S backflip on plans to cull brumbies in Kosciuszko National Park on grounds of heritage may have silenced a vocal interest group, but has left many questions unanswered. The National Party Member for Monaro and Deputy Premier John

Eden-Monaro: way forward with smart economic, enviro decisions

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Renewables promise climate safety and jobs. By Mike Kelly, Member for Eden-Monaro. I AM PASSIONATE about limiting the impacts of climate change and the need for governments, across the spectrum, to act decisively on renewable energy. Eden-Monaro is the canary in the coal mine when it comes to climate change. Our billion dollar ski

Mistreatment of sheep: what would Mort think?

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ANYONE WHO SAW the video of conditions on board the death ship carrying Australian sheep to be slaughtered would have been horrified. It was just one of many Australian ships on which sheep have suffered and there will be many more unless the government bans the trade of live animals. What

Dancing with ‘Roos

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The ACT parks department is shedding blood in our regional backyard at Googong reserve and in Canberra parks – killing “protected” wildlife for the ninth year in a row. In the following story, our south-coast correspondent provides a timely reminder that many Australian citizens here and on the coast take

John’s junket for nuclear power

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MEMBER FOR MONARO and Deputy Premier John Barilaro has spent thousands of taxpayer dollars flying to the United States as part of his campaign to build nuclear reactors in NSW. The NSW Opposition has revealed that in March, the Nationals leader took a staff member and a Government official to the

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