The Federal Liberal National Government today announced at Hobart’s Cornelian Bay Cemetery a funding program to mark the graves of WW1 Veterans that are currently unmarked in the Nation’s cemeteries.
I am delighted to welcome Wendy Askew to the Tasmanian Liberal Senate Team as someone who has both a long association with the Liberal Party and with the Launceston community.
The Tasmanian Liberal Senate Team has warmly welcomed Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement today that the Federal Liberal Government will create 1.25 million jobs over the next 5 years, including continued strong jobs growth in Tasmania.
Today marks 70 years since Australia formalised diplomatic relations with Israel, a wonderful milestone in the deep and shared history between the two nations according to the Chair of the Australia-Israel Parliamentary Friendship Group, Senator Eric Abetz.
Senator David Bushby has been a phenomenal advocate for Tasmania who can reflect positively on his 11 years in the Senate according to Tasmanian Liberal Senator Eric Abetz.
News reports today which expose that GetUp took a $95,000 donation from the European Climate Foundation in December draws into the fore once again GetUp’s shape-shifting ability.
The latest attempts from Tasmania’s Federal Labor Team to simply remain silent over the radical gender plan being pushed within the Labor Party won’t work.
GetUp’s announcement today that it will campaign against a number of Liberal MP’s reveals once again its hyper-partisan nature.
Despite its regular calls for a ban on foreign donations, GetUp has been today exposed for taking a half a million dollar donation with foreign links just days before the new foreign donations framework comes into effect.
The motion just passed at Labor’s National Conference, moved by Penny Wong no less, that would see a future Labor Government unilaterally recognise a Palestinian State exposes the extreme hypocrisy of Labor on the recognition of West Jerusalem and once again highlights how Mr Shorten lacks authority within the Labor Party.
Reports that the Labor Party’s National Conference yesterday passed a motion sponsored by Labor’s would-be Minister for Equality, to look at changing or removing gender from government documents, despite repeated claimed assurances from Bill Shorten, exposes that he has either lost control or secretly backs this radical agenda.