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Greta Migrant and Army Camp anniversaries

Federal Member for Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon wants Government support to ensure the anniversaries of the Greta Army and Migrant Camps are appropriately commemorated and celebrated.

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Speech - Federation Chamber - Greta Army and Migrant Camp - Monday, 17 September 2018

The year 2019 marks the 80th anniversary of the establishment of the Greta Army Camp in the Hunter electorate. It also marks the 70th anniversary of its transformation into a migrant camp.

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Speech - Labor Country Conference - Sunday, 16 September 2018

***CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY***
It’s great to be back at Labor’s Country Conference.

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PM must apologise for insensitive drought twitter video

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has tweeted two offensive videos this week.

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Transcript - Television Interview - Sky News - Wednesday, 12 September 2018

SUBJECTS: Video on Scott Morrison’s twitter account; Government drought policy failings; Wagga byelection; Wentworth byelection, Religious freedoms

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Transcript - Radio Interview - 2GB - Tuesday, 11 September 2018

SUBJECTS: live export trade.

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Transcript - Doors - Canberra - Tuesday, 11 September 2018

SUBJECTS: Abbott-Turnbull-Morrison Government appalling record on animal welfare; Ley and Henderson backflip on live sheep export trade.

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End to live sheep exports Bill passes the Senate

The Animal Export Legislation amendment (Ending Long-haul Live Sheep Exports) Bill 2018 passed the Senate today with the support of Labor.

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Transcript - Speech - 23rd Annual Miners Memorial Day - Sunday, 9 September

It’s almost twenty three years since we first gathered here for the inaugural Annual Memorial Day Service.

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Private Member's Bill to ban live sheep exports abandoned

Members of the Australian community concerned about the immense cruelty suffered by sheep exported on voyages to the Middle East will be disappointed by the decision of Liberal MPs Sussan Ley and Sarah Henderson to abandon their Private Member’s Bill to phase out the live sheep trade.

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