Abbott Govt restores occasional child care cut by Labor

Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan has welcomed the Abbott Government’s decision to restore $12.6 million Occasional Care funding cut by the previous Labor Government. Mr Hogan said Occasional Care provided a vital service for many families who needed emergency or late notice care, particularly in regional, rural and remote communities. “The Abbott Government is…

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Coalition’s first budget delivers for Agriculture

The Coalition Government is demonstrating its commitment to support the agriculture sector and regional communities as a key driver of the Australian economy. Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan said that despite a dire fiscal environment, we are delivering $150 million for our election commitments to strengthen the sector and drive farm gate profitability which…

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Strengthening higher education for students in Page

Regional students and communities in Page will be among the winners from the Abbott Government’s higher education reforms introduced in this year’s Budget. “The Abbott Government’s higher education reforms will expand opportunities and choice in Page meaning more people in our region will be able to study,” the Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan said.…

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National homelessness agreement on track

Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan has welcomed the news that has announced that only South Australia and Tasmania were yet to sign the 2014-15 National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH) that provides up to $115 million in Federal funding for homelessness initiatives. Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews said on Tuesday the signatory states…

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