Member for Yerrabi

Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs
Shadow Minister for Sport and Recreation



James Milligan, publisher and business owner believes Canberra’s North will be of great political focus this October, and has been advocating for the Gungahlin region for many years. James’ strong personal values were founded in his upbringing, particularly a strong belief in the individual and the importance of families. A long term Gungahlin resident, James has seen first-hand the lack of proper planning, inadequate infrastructure, sub-standard roads, struggling health care facilities, and limited local employment opportunities. Canberrans need better representation so key projects are prioritised, planned and completed on time. James will be in a position to champion these issues.



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The working poor, pensioners or people in lower-income households have been abandoned by the Labor Party, ignored by the unions and are invisible to the Greens. Ironically, they now have nowhere left to turn but to Alistair Coe – and who could blame them,” writes JON STANHOPE.


To contact James:

Email: james@jamesmilligan.com.au

James Milligan