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ALL PICTURES AND PROMISES, BUT NO ACTION

Another day, another drought tour, but still no effective assistance for struggling farming families.

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JOEL FITZGIBBON VISITS WESTERN AUSTRALIA

I have just completed a three-day visit to Western Australia.

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BUSH STUDENTS HIT AGAIN

This article was first published in FARMONLINE on Monday the 8th of September 2014.

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REMARKS BY JOEL FITZGIBBON MP – WESTERN AUSTRALIAN STATE EXECUTIVE MEETING

REMARKS BY JOEL FITZGIBBON MP – WESTERN AUSTRALIAN STATE EXECUTIVE MEETING

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NEW DATA SHOWS LOCAL IMPACT OF TRADE TRAINING CENTRE CUTS

New information – obtained from the Education Department through Senate Estimates – shows five eligible schools in the Hunter electorate will never get the opportunity to have a Trade Training Centre because of Tony Abbott’s cuts.

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ONE YEAR OF THE ABBOTT GOVERNMENT: AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FORESTRY ARE STILL WAITING FOR ADDITIONAL R&D FUNDING

Tony Abbott went to Australian voters with a promise to invest $100 million in additional funding for Rural Research and Development Corporations.

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BARNABY’S BUCK BACKS FIBRE BROADBAND

NSW Nationals MP and Barnaby Joyce’s understudy in Armidale, Adam Marshall has given a passionate endorsement of Labor’s fibre-to-the-premises National Broadband Network

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COUNTRY MEMBERS SELL OUT THEIR ELECTORATES

Liberal, National and LNP Members representing rural and regional electorates sold out their constituents today by voting for Tony Abbott’s higher education bill.

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HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH REFORM AMENDMENT BILL 2014

House of Representatives speech

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FOUR SCHOOL WELFARE OFFICERS IN HUNTER FACE THE SACK

New documents have revealed that qualified and trusted welfare officers in 620 schools across Australia – including 4 in the Hunter electorate – are facing the sack as a result of the Abbott Government’s decision to only fund religious chaplains.

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