Legislation to combat cyber-bullying introduced into Parliament

In a big step towards better protection of our children against cyberbullying and when they go online, the Enhancing Online Safety for Children Bill 2014 was introduced in the Commonwealth Parliament, Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan announced today. “Parents, schools, teachers and children in Page have given me extensive feedback about the harmful effects…

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Hogan saves Casino Drill Hall

Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan has welcomed the decision to defer the sale of the historic Casino Drill Hall. “This is a great five-minute to midnight win for the community, and I thank Parliamentary secretary for Defence Darren Chester for listening to the wishes of our community,” he said. Mr Chester announced today (Wednesday)…

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$60,000 to improve disability services

  Students at Summerland Christian College who have a disability will soon have improved access to learning areas after being named a recipient of $60,000 Federal Government grant. The grant, awarded as part of the Capital Grants Programme (CGP), will go towards the construction of an accessible unisex toilet and change room facility and withdrawal…

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Levelling the playing field

Australia is the franchise capital of the world and the sector is a great source of enterprise, innovation and employment in Page. The Minister for Small Business Bruce Billson has this week released the Commonwealth Government’s improved Franchising Code of Conduct to ensure the Australian franchising system is as healthy and as fair as it…

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