Mr HOGAN (Page) (11:20): I want to pick up on a line that the member for Riverina just mentioned in his address to parliament, which for me goes to the essence of what the Veterans’ Affairs Legislation Amendment (Mental Health and Other Measures) Bill 2014 is about. This bill is about making sure that we…Details
Mr HOGAN (Page) (12:08): I rise to support this bill. Governments are about doing what is right; governments aren’t always about doing what is popular. This budget bill is certainly about that. We often hear in lots of different areas the word sustainability, whether it be environmentally, with food production or using natural resources. Sustainability…Details
Mr HOGAN (Page) (12:58): I would like to acknowledge the member for Richmond for moving this motion to honour not only Bluesfest but also the director, Peter Noble. The member for Richmond’s electorate is just north of mine. The Byron Bay hinterland extends into the seat of Page. I commend the member for Richmond for…Details
Mr HOGAN (Page) (16:39): Madam Deputy Speaker, I am sure you would be aware, as you would be very in tune with your community, that this year is the 100th anniversary of the Red Cross. Last Friday, I had the pleasure of helping to celebrate, with my community, this milestone at the Red Cross tea…Details
Mr HOGAN (Page) (18:17): I rise to speak in favour of the Social Security Legislation Amendment (Green Army Programme) Bill 2014. I will talk specifically about the two Green Army projects that have already been approved in the electorate of Page even though there are others that are lined up and very keen to get…Details
Kevin spoke about the benefits to small businesses in Page and our local university from the repeal of about 10,000 unnecessary pieces of legislation, which was debated in Parliament today.
Kevin Hogan today used a parliamentary debate on this year’s G20 meeting in Brisbane to urge businesses in Page to leverage off the international event.
Kevin spoke in Parliament today about his new website
Today the Government introduced legislation and tabled documents to repeal over 10,000 unnecessary and counter-productive pieces of legislation and regulations. More than 50,000 pages of unnecessary and costly legislation and regulations that are a dead weight on Australian businesses, community groups and households will be removed, Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “This will…Details
Drought Support Factsheet Kevin Hogan spoke in parliament in support of the Federal Government’s new Farm Household Support bill Mr HOGAN (Page) (17:10): I will eventually bring the discussion back to the Farm Household Support Bill 2014, which I have not heard a lot about in the last 15 minutes. I do want…Details