CANBERRA LIBERALS WELCOME VAL JEFFERY TO THE ASSEMBLY

The Canberra Liberals team is delighted to welcome Val Jeffery to the Legislative Assembly as a Canberra Liberals MLA, Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Hanson said today. “It’s a privilege to have Val join the team as an MLA for the next few months. His extensive life experience and passion…

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BUSINESS CONFIDENCE IN BARR’S POLICIES ON A DOWNWARD SLOPE

The latest Sensis Business Index shows ACT small to medium businesses are not confident in the ACT Government’s policies. Shadow Minister for Business and Economic Development, Andrew Wall said the report highlights the sentiment the business community is sharing with him on a daily basis. “Andrew Barr’s Government is failing…

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GOVERNMENT REPORT HIGHLIGHTS FOLLY OF TRAM

The Keep Canberra Moving report released last week confirmed that the Barr government’s light rail plan will lead to worse public transport outcomes, Shadow Minister for Transport Alistair Coe said today. “The Keep Canberra Moving report highlights that completing a transfer (i.e. getting off one bus and getting onto another…

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CANBERRA LIBERALS SHADOW CABINET REALLOCATION

Today I’m announcing a reallocation of Shadow Cabinet portfolios, Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Hanson said today. “I’m lucky to lead a Canberra Liberals team with a wealth of talent and experience, who will take on additional roles following on from Brendan’s Smyth’s resignation,” Mr Hanson said. “All existing Shadow…

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SESEJLA’S MOVE TO FEDERAL MINISTRY GOOD NEWS FOR CANBERRA

Today I congratulate Senator Zed Seselja on his appointment as new Assistant Minister for Social Services and Multicultural Affairs under the new Turnbull Coalition Government, Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Hanson said today. “Zed’s appointment means for the first time the Canberra Liberals will be represented in the Federal Ministry.…

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ACT LABOR’S BUS CHANGES UNDERMINE LIGHT RAIL

Today’s ACTION bus timetable changes reflect a government which is playing catch-up when it comes to buses in Canberra. The changes are also working against the government’s own light rail plans, Shadow Minister for Transport Alistair Coe said today. “Today’s changes highlight that Canberrans do not want to interchange or…

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