I'm a local, I've been listening to locals for years, and I'm ready to deliver for our community as your representative in Canberra.
Fix our schools and hospitals. Restore funding cut by the Liberals and Nationals, to ensure every community has quality public schools and hospitals.
Ease pressure on family budgets. End the Medicare freeze and give tax breaks to workers, not the top end of town.
Stand up for workers. Reverse cuts to penalty rates and crack down on the abuse of labour hire and 457 visas.
Invest in cheaper, cleaner energy. Deliver 50 per cent of electricity from renewables by 2030.
Build a strong economy that works for us all. Make the top end of town pay their fair share, so we can build new infrastructure and give workers a fair go.
A Shorten Labor Government will make Nowra a focus of Australia’s defence industry future by appointing a Local Procurement Officer, to make sure Nowra companies can compete for, and win, local defence contracts.
Shadow Minister and Whitlam MP Stephen Jones and Labor’s candidate for Gilmore Fiona Phillips have announced a Shorten Labor government will deliver a $33,000 boost to give Broulee’s surf lifesaving volunteers a helping hand.
Shadow Minister for Regional Services and Whitlam MP Stephen Jones and Labor’s candidate for Gilmore Fiona Phillips today announced a funding boost for the Shoalhaven TAFE Campus in Bomaderry.
A Shorten Labor Government would invest $2.5 million to develop a mobile “Discovery Space” for the University of Wollongong to take to regional and remote communities including primary schools, preschools, early childhood centres and playgroups.
A Shorten Labor Government will help Australian schools cut their energy bills and access cleaner energy by establishing a Solar Schools program to help schools access solar panels and battery storage.
Labor will make available up to $1 billion in finance from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation for the rollout – benefitting up to 4,000 schools.