COALITON TO EXAMINE POTENTIAL FOR NUCLEAR POWER TECHNOLOGIES
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The Coalition will examine the potential for advanced and next-generation nuclear technologies to contribute to Australia’s energy security and reduce power prices, says Member for Barker Tony Pasin MP.   Announced by Opposition Leader Peter Dutton on Tuesday following a Coalition Party Room meeting, Mr Pasin said it is clear we need to get more … Continue reading COALITON TO EXAMINE POTENTIAL FOR NUCLEAR POWER TECHNOLOGIES

PASIN CALLS FOR FUNDING STREAM CLARITY
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PASIN CALLS FOR FUNDING STREAM CLARITY

Member for Barker Tony Pasin is calling for the Federal Labor Government to give clarity to organisations who have applied for Round six of the Building Better regions Fund.   The new Federal Minister for Infrastructure, Catherine King MP, says she will redesign the grant program following the Labor Party’s election victory in May.   … Continue reading PASIN CALLS FOR FUNDING STREAM CLARITY

PASIN CALLS FOR WATER CLARITY
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PASIN CALLS FOR WATER CLARITY

Member for Barker Tony Pasin is calling for clarity on Labor’s plans for recovering the additional 450 gigalitres of water under the Murray Darling Basin Plan as Water Minister Tanya Pilbersek sends river communities continued mixed messages.   In the lead up to the Federal election, Prime Minister Albanese promised to deliver the additional 450 … Continue reading PASIN CALLS FOR WATER CLARITY

LABOR FAILS TO RECOGNISE SERIOUSNESS OF FMD DANGER ON OUR DOORSTEP
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The detection of viral foot and mouth fragments on an imported product coming into Australia is a wakeup call to the Labor Government. The Labor Government is failing this basic test on bio security and it is time to toughen up and take control. A single detection of Foot and Mouth Disease in Australia will … Continue reading LABOR FAILS TO RECOGNISE SERIOUSNESS OF FMD DANGER ON OUR DOORSTEP

LABOR IGNORES MEDICAL EXPERTS ON DECISION TO CUT COVID-19 TELEHEALTH ITEMS
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The Albanese Government has decided to cut more than 70 telehealth services in Barker, despite surging case numbers and rising cost-of-living pressures. The change has meant vulnerable Australians have been unable to access important COVID-related telehealth items, including phone consultations over 20 minutes, since 1 July 2022. In doing so, Labor has gone against the … Continue reading LABOR IGNORES MEDICAL EXPERTS ON DECISION TO CUT COVID-19 TELEHEALTH ITEMS

LETTER TO THE EDITOR - THREAT OF FMD SHOULD BE TAKEN VERY SERIOUSLY
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Dear Editor,   The news of an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) in livestock in Bali has sent a shiver down the spine of every livestock producer in the country.   Combined with ongoing fruit fly outbreaks in the Riverland and the outbreak of Varroa mite in NSW, it is a stark reminder … Continue reading LETTER TO THE EDITOR – THREAT OF FMD SHOULD BE TAKEN VERY SERIOUSLY

LABOR FAILS TO RECOGNISE SERIOUSNESS OF FMD DANGER ON OUR DOORSTEP
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Member for Barker Tony Pasin has expressed concern over the Federal Labor Government’s response to the outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) confirmed in Bali on Tuesday.   “Every Australian should be seriously concerned about the danger knocking on our front door,” Mr Pasin said.   “An outbreak of FMD in Australia would send … Continue reading LABOR FAILS TO RECOGNISE SERIOUSNESS OF FMD DANGER ON OUR DOORSTEP

PASIN WELCOMES NEW LIBERAL PARTY LEADERSHIP IN BARKER
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Member for Barker, Tony Pasin MP, has welcomed incoming President of the Liberal Party in Barker, Sophie Wilksch. The Barossa resident was elected President at the Liberal Party’s Barker AGM last week and succeeds well known Riverland local Stuart Andrew who steps down from the role after nine years. Mr Pasin said Mrs Wilksch would … Continue reading PASIN WELCOMES NEW LIBERAL PARTY LEADERSHIP IN BARKER

THE BAROSSA COUNCIL RECEIVES LOCAL ROADS AND COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING
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THE BAROSSA COUNCIL RECEIVES LOCAL ROADS AND COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING

Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin said getting shovels in the ground on local construction projects is important for maintaining jobs and economic growth in Barker. “I am pleased The Barossa Council has received $1,130,216 under Phase 3 of the former Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program.” “This funding will enable The Barossa … Continue reading THE BAROSSA COUNCIL RECEIVES LOCAL ROADS AND COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING