Northern Beaches MP, Jason Falinski said the 1,753 and 1,276 veterans and their families in Mackellar and Warringah respectively, would benefit through the Government's 2020–21 Budget measures, which included more than $100 million to bolster mental health support, as well as assistance to help veterans find a job after service.
The Federal Government is launching a new era of Australian manufacturing, as part of our JobMaker Plan to rebuild the economy, create jobs across the Northern Beaches and recover from the COVID-19 recession.
The Federal Government will undertake the most significant reforms to Australia’s insolvency framework in 30 years as part of our economic recovery plan to keep businesses in business and Australians in jobs.
Since March, the Australian Government’s Economic Support Payments have delivered $8.8 billion to over 7 million Australians, with 54,654 payments made to residents of Mackellar. That equals almost $40,990,500 being paid into the pockets of Mackellar residents alone.
Shark nets have always been controversial in beaches communities. They don’t prevent shark attacks by repelling sharks, they cull them. This has unintended consequences of harming iconic marine wildlife including dolphins, turtles and rays.
A special commemorative medallion marking the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War on 15 August is now available to every living Second World War veteran in Mackellar to say, ‘thank you for your service’.
In front of today’s Parliamentary inquiry into litigation funder, Slater and Gordon tried to claim that the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, had met with the US chamber of commerce (who according to Slater and Gordon are “a foreign lobby group”).
The Morrison Government will help Northern Beaches businesses as they move into the recovery phase of the coronavirus crisis by extending the Coronavirus SME Guarantee Scheme which supports small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) to get access to the funding they need to adapt and innovate during the coronavirus crisis.
There are a range of factors that make up an effective business environment, one in which innovative ideas and entrepreneurial ambitions are nurtured and are translated into a commercial success. One clear factor is the ability of a business to help attract, retain and motivate skilled employees to help a business grow.
The Northern Beaches is home to some of the most beautiful waterways and bushland in Sydney. Let this World Environment Day be a reminder for all Australians of the importance of practical environmental steps we can all take to protect our environment and our native species.
At a time when many livelihoods have been destroyed and others under threat it is only natural to revert to interacting more with our closest family and friends and withdrawing from more loose social connections. Much of this has happened naturally as our favourite restaurants and pubs closed. However, now more than ever before it is crucial to reach out and reconnect.
The Australian Government is urging Australians with chronic health conditions not to neglect their regular health care, but continue to consult with their doctors in order to best manage their condition.
Residents of Cottage Point are set to benefit from new and improved mobile coverage under Round 5 of the Federal Government’s $380 million Mobile Black Spot Program. Funding has been granted for one macro cell (base station) at Cottage Point in partnership with Optus.
The Baha’i community come from all different backgrounds with shared commitments to the teachings of Baha’u’llah, the prophet and founder of the Baha’i faith. They are a valued part of Australian society, and I commend their contribution to social cohesion, unity and community.
More assistance is being provided to millions of Australians battling the devastating impacts of coronavirus with a $1.1 billion package which boosts mental health services, domestic violence support, medicate assistance for people at home and emergency food relief.
The Australian Government has partnered with the private hospital sector, including the Northern Beaches Hospital to ensure the full resources of our world class health system, are ready and focused on treating patients as required, through the coronavirus pandemic.
There are around 3.4 million small and medium sized businesses in Australia employing around 7.7 million people. These businesses are an integral part of the Australian economy, with their success and growth a key driver of the productivity gains that will benefit all Australians.