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  • Veterans' Employment Program

OPINION – LEST WE FORGET GREAT SERVICE OF OUR VETS

November 17th, 2016|

DAN TEHAN | MALCOLM TURNBULL | Daily Telegraph, Sydney | November 17 2016 | The men and women who serve in Australia's armed forces are the best in the world.
  • DT-with-Budget

OPINION – FIVE THINGS THE BUDGET GOT RIGHT FOR WANNON

May 4th, 2016|

The 2016 Budget sets out a clear economic plan for Australia — it’s a plan for jobs and growth. Here is five ways it’s going to benefit the people of Wannon.
  • Brudenell White

OPINION – REMEMBER A FORGOTTEN HERO FROM GALLIPOLI

April 24th, 2016|

DAN TEHAN | Herald Sun | April 24 2016 |Not many Australians know the Anzac commander whom General Sir John Monash dubbed “far and away the ablest soldier Australia had ever turned out”.
  • Opinion - Cost of complacency too high

OPINION – COST OF COMPLACENCY TOO HIGH

February 15th, 2016|

DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | February 15 2016 | Today the choice is ours on how we reform for growth.
  • Opinion Tax: is Australian sleepwalking into a real mess

OPINION – IS AUSTRALIA SLEEPWALKING INTO A REAL MESS?

February 5th, 2016|

DAN TEHAN | Canberra Times | February 5 2016 | Australia now faces another clear choice – that it continues economic reform to reduce marginal rates impacting on average weekly earnings by reducing direct taxation in favour of indirect taxation or it doesn’t.
  • Opinion - Let's target the people behind lawless unions

OPINION – LETS TARGET THE PEOPLE BEHIND LAWLESS UNIONS

January 11th, 2016|

DAN TEHAN | Herald Sun | January 11 2016 | It is time individual union officials who break the law are held to account for their actions
  • 2015 Year in Review

OPINION – 2015 IN REVIEW

December 21st, 2015|

As Christmas draws near, it is time again to reflect on 2015 - another productive and busy year in Wannon.
  • Union law-breaking costs jobs

OPINION – UNION LAW-BREAKING COSTS JOBS

December 21st, 2015|

DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | December 21 2015 | By repeatedly defying the law, the Maritime Union of Australia is playing hovac with the burgeoning cruise industry in Victoria.
  • The Age - Keep unrepentant terrorists behind bars

OPINION – KEEP UNREPENTANT TERRORISTS BEHIND BARS

December 11th, 2015|

DAN TEHAN | The AGE| December 11 | 2015 | Terrorists unreformed by a jail term should be subject to indefinite detention
  • Weatherill leads the way in tax debate

OPINION – WEATHERILL LEADS WAY IN TAX DEBATE

November 30th, 2015|

DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | November 30, 2015 | Proposals for reforming the tax mix, and spending, show much needed leadership in this complex issue