In the Media

This article appeared in the Sunshine Coast Daily online edition on 8 January 2020 .

A parliamentary committee has released a report into nuclear energy that puts the Australian people at the centre of any approval process for a future nuclear plant. “Nuclear energy should be on the table for consideration as part of our...

Federal Minister for Sport Richard Colbeck and the Prime Minister’s representative for a 2032 Olympic Games Ted O’Brien are delighted the Queensland Government is finally locked-in to bid for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games. “This is...

***THIS INQUIRY HAS CONCLUDED TO MAKE WAY FOR THE ROYAL COMMISSION INTO THE 'BLACK SUMMER' BUSHFIRES*** Have your say on the LAND MANAGEMENT inquiry Issue date: 12 December 2019 Local farmers, firies and community members impacted by the...

The repeal of Labor’s Medivac Law does not remove the ability to medically transfer a transitory person to Australia. It is important to have a single, consistent, transparent medical transfer process with all the necessary protections for...

Issue date: Tuesday, 3 December 2019 The Parliament’s Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee has launched a new inquiry into activating trade and investment between Australia and Pacific island countries. Chair of the Committee’s...

Thousands of offers are now available to Veteran Card holders in Fairfax from businesses across Australia, as part of the Australian Defence Veterans’ Covenant. The Veteran Card provides the opportunity for businesses and organisations...

As well as buying local this Christmas, I'm supporting the Go Country For Christmas initiative to support those business impacted by the devastating Australian drought. Launched by Liberal Party Senator for NSW, Sen Hollie Hughes in October...

From 1 November, the Morrison Government will make Medicare rebates available for positron emission tomography (PET) scans and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans for those with, or suspected of having, breast cancer. These new Medicare...

The Coalition Government has today announced it will offer almost 1,200 scholarships worth $19.5 million for domestic and international students to study at regional universities or vocational education providers across Australia. Member...