2017/18 Sporting Champions

The Local Sporting Champions program is an Australian Government initiative designed to provide financial assistance for young people aged 12-18 towards the cost of travel, accommodation, uniforms or equipment when competing, coaching or officiating at an official national sporting organisation (NSO) endorsed state, national or international sporting championships or a School Sport Australia state or national championships.

Round 1 for 2017/2018 closes 30 June 2017

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The Palaszczuk Government are going it alone and building the Cross River Rail

 

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Only the Palaszczuk Government will stand up for jobs in Queensland

 

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Mark Colvin Motion

 

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Medicare Guarantee Bill


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You can't just talk about jobs and growth

 

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Inquiry into innovation and creativity

 

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Lifesaving helpline for women to be cut

TERRI BUTLER MP
SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR PREVENTING FAMILY VIOLENCE
SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR UNIVERSITIES
SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR EQUALITY
MEMBER FOR GRIFFITH

GRAHAM PERRETT MP

MEMBER FOR MORETON

 

LIFESAVING HELPLINE FOR QUEENSLAND WOMEN TO BE CUT 

In just over a week, Queensland’s only state-wide Domestic Violence Legal Helpline will be forced to cut its services.

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CUTS TO UNIVERSITY FUNDING RAISING SERIOUS CONCERN IN SYDNEY

Like other Australian Universities, University of Sydney is very concerned about the Turnbull Government’s cuts to university funding, representatives of the university confirmed in a meeting with Terri Butler today.

“I met with representatives of the university today to hear their response to the Government’s higher education changes,” Terri Butler said.

“The university is doing amazing things and I was pleased to see the world class facilities at the Charles Perkins Centre and the Sydney Nanoscience Hub.

“These facilities were made possible, in part, by contributions from the Education Infrastructure Fund.

“Regrettably the Turnbull Government froze this fund in 2015, and is moving to transfer the money out of it altogether.

“That has meant closing down access to $3.7 billion that could have been used for education infrastructure in the interests of education in this country.

"Now, universities are feeling the consequences of the Turnbull Government’s cuts, last year, to the Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP).

"They are also preparing for much greater cuts to funding to come under the Turnbull Government’s current plan.

"The Turnbull Government is seeking to impose almost $4 billion cuts in funding to universities, increase student fees, and reduce the repayment threshold for HELP, among other measures.

"The government is also seeking to make 7.5% of universities' base funding contingent on yet to be specified performance measures.

“Universities across the length and breadth of this country are raising serious concerns with me about the ramifications of these cuts. 

“University of Sydney is rightly seeking to advocate against these cuts to higher education,” Terri Butler said. 


GI Institute's Gutsy Challenge

Jennifer is taking part in the Gastro-Intestinal (GI) Institute’s Gutsy Challenge to raise money for cancer research. If you can, you can donate here.

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