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2015

Australian Souvenirs for Dutch Students
4 November 2015


New Flag Flies at Snug Primary School
3 November 2015


Senate Estimates Show NPEA is a Failure
20 October 2015


Article for Rotary Down Under
08 October 2015


Helping Hands make a Brighter Christmas
08 October 2015


Code Club Leading the way at Emmanuel Christian School
08 October 2015


Australian Seniors need our Support
01 October 2015


One Day to Launch of Labor's NBN Satellite 
30 Semptember 2015


Tasmanian Defence Industry deserves a Fair Go
29 September 2015


State on Offensive in hunt for Defense Contracts


Tasmanian Arts Taskforce consults on how to create jobs
22 September 2015


Hundreds Descend on Home Hill to see the "Real Thing"
14 September 2015


Tasmanian Arts Sector Under Threat
3 September 2015


Slow. Expensive. Late
26 August 2015


Labor's NBN satellites to bring broadband relief to the Bush
19 August 2015


Senate Recommends Medicinal Cannabis Bill be passed
11 August 2015


Senator Bilyk opens Exhibition to raise funds for Iron Overload
07 August 2015


Senator Briefed on Old Kingston High School Development
07 August 2015


Arts Sector Blasts Abbott Government Budget Cuts
05 August 2015


Senator Bilyk Supports Auction for Brain Cancer Research
04 August 2015


Too Little, Too Late in Abbott Governments Second Rate NBN Announcement
03 August 2015


JULIE COLLINS AND CATRYNA BILYK TALK TO CYGNET RESIDENTS
9 July 2015


TAXING TIMES EASED BY A HELPING HAND
7 July 2015


TONY ABBOTT’S BUDGET HITS FAMILIES WHO CAN LEAST AFFORD IT
8 July 2015


HUON VALLEY STUDENTS TO TAKE SLICES OF HOME TO JAPAN
1 July 2015


QUESTIONS REMAIN OVER UNDELIVERED LETTERS ADDRESSED TO NAURU DETAINEES
26 May 2015


When will Tasmanians get Malcolm Turnbull's second-rate NBN

2 April 2015

Medicinal Cannabis Bill could create Tasmanian jobs and ease suffering

1 April 2015

Kingborough Chronicle Comment Column-Young people in aged care

31 March 2015

Broken promises and a second-rate NBN
19 March 2015


Senator Bilyk calls on Malcolm Turnbull to put the rest of Tasmania on the updated NBN rollout map
17 March 2015


Fibre for the rich, copper for the poor - Kingborough
17 March 2015


Fibre for the rich, copper for the poor - Huon Valley
17 March 2015


Kingborough hit with NBN Tax
4 March 2015


Huon Valley hit with NBN Tax
4 March 2015

Brain Tumour Awareness Australia Newsletter article
26 February 2015

ANZAC Day Preparations racing ahead for Kingston Beach
19 February 2015

Time for the Abbott Government to get serious about child-care
6 February 2015














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St Aloysius Catholic College Fair

I was privileged to open this year's fair at St Aloysius Catholic College.
Nearly every school has a fair as a major fixture in their calendar - and not just for fundraising but for bringing the community together. It was lovely to see so many people brave the weather. 
Thank you for inviting me to open and congratulations on another successful fair.



13 November 2016


Parkinsons Australia

Last week I met with Parkinson's Australia CEO Steve Sant to discuss the issues that people living with Parkinson's face and how to improve their quality of life.

9 November 2016


Palliative Care Lunchbox Briefing

Pleased to chair a Lunchbox Briefing with Palliative Care Australia at Parliament House yesterday. Dr Peter Allcroft, Dr Linda Sheehan, Professor Ben White and Mr Simon Murphy engaged in a wide ranging conversation about the legal, ethical, and medical issues surrounding euthanasia and palliative care.


9 November 2016



Walk for Brain Cancer 2016

On Sunaday November 6, I was pleased to hold the third annual Walk for Brain Cancer Tasmania. We had over 300 walkers take part this year and raised over a staggering $40,000 to help end this insidious disease, which kills more Australian children than any other disease.  


6 November 2016




Barassi Debate 2016 Breakfast

The Lord’s Taverners Australia is a Federated autonomous organisation with branches in all States and Territories and approximately 3000 members. Since its inception in 1982, the organisation has raised and disbursed more than $10 million in cash and kind, with disbursements in 2012-13 in the order of $417,000 across a wide range of sports and recreational activities for disadvantaged or disabled young people.

  

20 August 2016


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