DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | September 8, 2015 | National tax reform in a federation needs to happen at least every decade and it’s time the states realised this. Tax reform can’t be written by Canberra alone. It’s time for the premiers of Australia to stand up and be counted in writing the next chapter of our tax reform story.
DAN TEHAN | Warrnambool Standard | August 31, 2015 | Dan Tehan, Member for Wannon pays tribute to his mentor: Denis Napthine.
DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | August 17, 2015 | The Coalition wants to bring back the commission (watchdog) that used to police the construction industry, but despite obvious problems in the industry, Labor and Greens will not allow the legislation through.
DAN TEHAN | Herald Sun | August 13, 2015|
The time has come for Australia to join the military coalition seeking to destroy Daesh in Syria.
We are acting in Iraq against Daesh with our Hornets launching air strikes on a regular basis. We should be doing the same in Syria.
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.
DAN TEHAN | Opinion | July 9, 2015 | Earlier this month I welcomed the Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Minister for Agriculture Barnaby Joyce to Wannon for the release of the Government’s Agriculture Competitiveness White Paper.
DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | July 7, 2015 | As the Agricultural Competitiveness white paper outlined, Australian agriculture will be the big beneficiary if global trends of trade liberalisation and innovation continue.
DAN TEHAN | Opinion | June 22, 2015 | The Green Army has begun to be rolled out in Maryborough with many young members of the community rolling up their sleeves and getting involved.
DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | June 15, 2015 | All hope for progress in reforming industrial relations now lies with the Senate cross benches.
DAN TEHAN | Australian Financial Review | May 25, 2015 | When Labor great Gough Whitlam said, “No party can afford to be controlled by people who want to use it for their own prejudices and vengeance” he hoped for a day when union power was not front and centre of the ALP’s raison d’etre.