$36.8 million for Parkinson’s disease

The Government is investing $36.8 million in Parkinson’s medical research and in Parkinson’s nurses to improve the life of people living with the disease and ultimately to find a cure, the Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said. “Parkinson’s disease is recognised as the second most common neurodegenerative disorder in Australia,” he said. “More than…

Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Will 17-year-olds Macie Nixon, Alissa Mcwhirter, Jasmine Clarke and Lauvili Lili and 14-year-old Vivita Lili one day all play for the Opals? And will 18-year-old Callum Robson, 14-year-old Samuel Ticknor and 17-year-old Zackery McMahon be the next Mick Fanning? Will 16-year-old Rachael Barlow win Olympic Gold for Australia in Equestrian? Will 16-year-old Bailey Crabtree and…

Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Will 15-year-old Carly Shanahan be the next Layne Beachley and will 13-year-olds Jesse McGarvie and Jemma Whelan one day play with the Hockeyroos? And will 14-year old Charlie Kelly play with the Soccerroos, while 14-year-old Tyeka Ferguson-O’Shea goes on to win Olympic Gold for Australia in rowing. And perhaps 18-year-old sisters Katie and Meg Porra…