The Albanese Government’s Community Batteries for Household Solar Program will deliver 400 community batteries to help lower household electricity bills, deliver reliable renewable energy and ease pressure on our power grid.
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It was wonderful to join with my colleague Senator Carol Brown this morning to welcome the Federal Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and Minister for Emergency Management, Murray Watt – Senator for Queensland, as he visits primary producers across Tasmania with his Tasmanian parliamentary colleagues.
With severe weather warnings across parts of the states today, we encourage everyone to keep safe, drive to the conditions, and stay away from downed powerlines
On the weekend I was honoured to open the CWA Almost High Tea raising vital funds for Tassie Mums at the Kingston Community Hall.
Tassie Mums is a fantastic local charity providing daily essentials for babies and children across the state to support healthy and happy lifestyles. Last year the charity donated 1352 clothing bundles and this year have so far donated 800.
I was pleased to introduce my colleague, Assistant Minister for Charities Andrew Leigh MP at the sixth Building Community Forum in Hobart.
Assistant Minister Leigh is holding these forums across Australia to talk to charities about how the Albanese Labor Government can support them and their volunteers, and how we reconnect and rebuild communities, particularly after the tough times of the COVID pandemic.
The Hobart Jobs and Skills Forum is one of 100 around the country – bringing together employers, unions, professional associations, employment service providers and a variety of other stakeholders to generate ideas about how to tackle the skills crisis, make jobs secure and get wages moving again.
The TWU Team represents and advocates for the rights and conditions of TWU members, understanding the pressure transport workers face . They are “fighting for fair” each and every day.
Transport workers ensure Australians have the goods and services they rely on, no matter the crisis. It was transport workers who put themselves at risk to keep Australia fed and clothed through the pandemic.
Sadly, the current Federal Govt has let transport workers down. They have deliberately eroded industrial law, stacked the Fair Work Commission, ignored thousands of workers in their time of need, encouraged low growth and insecure work which has stripped pay and conditions of thousands of workers and (appallingly) abolished the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal.
These issues have negatively affected many TWU members whether they work in transport, airlines, or in the gig economy.
It was wonderful to be able to attend the National Conference dinner, hear the impassioned speeches and catch up with people both local and interstate. Thank you for the invite TWU.
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