Page farmers, help shape Australia’s agriculture policy agenda

The release of the Agriculture Competitiveness Green Paper has been welcomed by Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan. Mr Hogan said the Australian Government agricultural policy was focused on increasing returns at the farm gate. “The Coalition is continuing to deliver on its commitment to boost the competitiveness and profitability of Australia’s agricultural sector,” he said, adding that…

Science to boost competitiveness in Page

  Schools in Page will benefit from a significant Australian Government investment to improve the focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. The Australian Government will invest $12 million in primary and secondary schools across the country to ensure young Australians are equipped with the necessary skills for the economy of the future.…

Roads to Recovery funding flows to Page

Mr HOGAN (Page) (13:31): Very good news was delivered to local communities this week following our passing of the $2.1 billion Roads to Recovery program. That money will start flowing within the next month. Mr Deputy Speaker Scott, I can inform you and the House that my electorate of Page, which houses five different local…

SCAMMERS target Page

  Over the past few weeks the office of Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan, has had numerous calls alerting us to a scam offering people free IPads, Laptops and other devices in return for signing up to online courses.   People outside Centrelink, in local caravan parks and on Facebook are being approached with…

Government success stopping illegal boats to save $2.5 billion

The sustained success of the Coalition Government’s border protection policies in preventing successful people smuggling ventures to Australia is delivering a ‘stopping the boats’ dividend to the Australian people, saving taxpayers $2.5 billion in the Budget, Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan said today. “The Coalition Government is meeting its commitments to the Australian people.…

First repeal day to cut red and green tape

THE cost of doing business and creating jobs is about to get a lot cheaper for businesses and not-for-profit organisations in Page, with the Federal Government announcing its first ‘repeal day’  as part of its commitment of cutting $1 billion in red and green tape. Federal member for Page Kevin Hogan said ineffective and inefficient…