A Shorten Labor Government, if elected, will work with residents and farmers of the Granite Belt to make sure we honour the Government's $42 million commitment to the Emu Swamp project. "This project has a number of hurdles to jump …Continue Reading
Linda Little: "Half of all Australians will be diagnosed with some form of cancer in their life time. This is the most challenging time of their lives. Not only for the person diagnosed with cancer, but also for their family …Continue Reading
Low-paid Australian workers in retail, fast food, hospitality, pharmacy and restaurant could be up to $370 worse off this Easter, due to Scott Morrison’s penalty rate cuts. In Maranoa alone, up to 9,800 workers could be affected by penalty rate …Continue Reading
The Minister for Regional Communications needs to explain why the Hampton base station in Maranoa, that was promised, has not yet been delivered.
Local accommodation providers in Maranoa will have greater control of their own businesses under a Shorten Labor Government, making small businesses more competitive and reducing the price of a weekend away.
A Shorten Labor Government will provide $40 million over four years to emergency relief organisations across the country, including $173,000 for organisations in Maranoa. This election is a choice between Labor's plan for stronger community services, and bigger tax loopholes for the …Continue Reading
A Shorten Labor Government would appoint an eminent Australian to conduct an independent, transparent inquiry into the integrity and efficacy of the route selection process and financing arrangements associated with delivery of the Inland Rail project.
A Shorten Labor Government will implement a plan to deliver a better experience for NBN consumers, by improving reliability and speeds for up to 6500 Fibre to the Node households in Maranoa.
Labor Candidate for Maranoa, Linda Little, will launch her campaign to dethrone Littleproud on Saturday 13 April in Blackbutt, ahead of the upcoming federal election.
After six years of LNP cuts and chaos, and just six weeks before an election, this budget was Scott Morrison’s last chance to reverse his cuts to the services that everyday Queenslanders rely on.