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  • July-ENews

July 2015 Newsletter

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  • AFR-Labor-must-stop-trading-myths

OPINION – LABOR MUST STOP TRADING MYTHS

DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | July 27, 2015 | A union scare story that the trade deal with China will result in a flood of cheap labour is obviously wrong, and Labor Party senior leaders should put their facts straight.
  • Prime-Minister

PHOTO GALLERY AFTERNOON TEA THE HON TONY ABBOTT MP

The Prime Minister joined me at a community afternoon tea in Hamilton where we met with small business owners, local government, volunteer organisations and representatives from the disability, social services, health, education and environmental sectors. This visit was a great opportunity for Mr Abbott to hear first-hand from our local community about the issues of importance to the Wannon electorate.
  • Country-of-Origin

NEW COUNTRY OF ORIGIN FOOD LABELS IN WANNON

Consumers in Wannon and across Australia will soon benefit from clearer, simpler information about where products come from. Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan said new country of origin food labels will begin to appear on supermarket shelves later this year.
  • Road-Black-Spot-Programme

$39.1 MILLION TO FIX LOCAL BLACK SPOTS IN VICTORIA

Mr Tehan said this investment in Black Spot projects will deliver safer roads for Victoria through targeted upgrades proven to deliver results. “Black Spot projects target dangerous roads to save lives and reduce road trauma, ensuring Australia's roads are made safer and more productive for all road users,” Mr Tehan said.
  • Legacy-Club

FUNDING SUPPORTS LOCAL VETERAN COMMUNITY

Veterans and their families in Hamilton will benefit from Government funding, helping Hamilton & District Legacy Club Inc. to purchase equipment for their club. Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan said funding under the Veteran and Community Grants program worth $2,990 would help to enrich the lives of local veterans and their families by supporting important services.
  • Funding-for-community-projects-women-and-violence

NEW FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY PROJECTS TO REDUCE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

Community organisations in Wannon can apply for grants to help deliver projects that will reduce violence against women and their children. Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan said this funding will help organisations in Wannon to come together to respond to and support women and their children who are experiencing violence.
  • Sporting-Schools

SPORTING SCHOOLS KICKS OFF ACROSS AUSTRALIA

Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan has announced that 65 local schools in the Wannon electorate have signed up to be a part of Sporting Schools, the biggest change to school sport in over a decade as part of a $100 million Abbott Government initiative to keep them fit, healthy and happy. Mr Tehan said Sporting Schools was launched on Monday 20 July and schools in Wannon could now take part in the participation-focussed programme.
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