Indigenous Canberrans will benefit from expansion of Winnunga health facilities

Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs James Milligan has welcomed the Federal Government’s investment into the expansion of Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Services. The $4.5 million funding commitment from the Federal Liberal National Government follows the Canberra Liberals’ announcement to deliver funding for two new dental suites at Winnunga. Mr Milligan…

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Investigation into lawfulness of multimillion-dollar campsite

The ACT Auditor-General has been asked to investigate the lawfulness of financial appropriations made by the ACT Government for the construction and operation of the Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm. The Financial Management Act 1996 prohibits the ACT Government from using public money otherwise than in accordance with an appropriation. In 2007, the…

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Indigenous children will benefit from $4.5 million expansion of dental care

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children will benefit from a $4.5 million expansion of dental health services at Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services under a Canberra Liberals Government. Visiting Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services today, Liberal Leader Alistair Coe pledged that a Canberra Liberals Government will…

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The Canberra Liberal’s new shadow ministry announced

Opposition Leader Alistair Coe today announced the Canberra Liberals’ new shadow ministry. “The Canberra Liberals are committed to making our city a safe and prosperous community for everyone,” Mr Coe said. “Since the 2016 election the Canberra Liberals have been committed to exposing the government’s failures across a wide range…

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APOLOGY WELCOMED, BUT STILL WAITING ON RESOLUTION

The Canberra Liberals welcome Health Minister Meegan Fitzharris’ apology to the indigenous community for blaming them for confusion over the Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm. However; questions remain on how the government plans to provide the community with a viable alternative, Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs James Milligan said today. Mr…

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GOVERNMENT KEEPS RESIDENTS IN THE DARK OVER POWER OUTAGES

Resolving frequent power outages that have put Gungahlin residents in the dark for the past month should be a matter of urgency for the Chief Minister, member for Yerrabi James Milligan said today. Concerned residents have bombarded Mr Milligan about the ongoing frequency and severity of power outages throughout Gungahlin.…

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