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Budget – 10 May 2018

Senator REYNOLDS (Western Australia) (16:42): I rise to support this government’s budget measures this year. I think it is an outstanding budget. It is an outstanding budget for our nation and it is also an outstanding budget for the future and for our children. It is a particularly good budget for my home state of […]

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Questions Without Notice – 9 May 2018

Senator REYNOLDS (Western Australia) (15:07): I’d like to take note of the ministers’ comments, but, first of all, I’d like to congratulate the Treasurer and the Minister for Finance on an outstanding budget that, as the Treasurer said today, is all about the future that not only we will live in; it is the economy […]

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Adjournment – Moora Residential College – 9 May 2018

Senator REYNOLDS (Western Australia) (19:35): I rise tonight to place on record my utter dismay at the Western Australian state government’s forced and completely unnecessary closure of Moora Residential College. It is a shocking and completely inexcusable decision. I believe, as I know everybody in this chamber believes, that all children deserve to have the […]

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MESSAGE FROM THE JOINT PATRON OF RUGBYWA – Geoffrey Stooke OAM

At the recent Annual General Meeting of RugbyWA, I had the privilege of being elected to the position of Joint Patron of RugbyWA. It is also a privilege that I share the position with my fellow Joint Patron, Malcolm McCusker AC CVO- a distinguished Western Australian and passionate rugby supporter. The events of the past […]

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WA students to lead the way in naval shipbuilding careers

03 April 2018  WA Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds has welcomed today’s announcement that Edith Cowan University and South Metropolitan TAFE have signed on to provide courses through the Government’s premier Naval Shipbuilding College. “As an advocate for WA’s defence industry, I am delighted that Edith Cowan University and South Metropolitan TAFE have partnered with the […]

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Western Australia – Lithium – 28 March 2018

Senator REYNOLDS (Western Australia) (13:35): As I’ve reflected on many times in this place, Western Australia is no stranger to pioneering new, globally competitive and commercially successful industries. You just have to look at our resource and agricultural sectors, and now our rapidly developing defence and space industries. So today I rise to speak about […]

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BILLS – Intelligence Services Amendment (Establishment of the Australian Signals Directorate) 2018 – Second Reading – 27 March 2018

Senator REYNOLDS (Western Australia) (13:57): As Chair of the Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Legislation Committee I too rise to speak on the Intelligence Services Amendment (Establishment of the Australian Signals Directorate) Bill 2018. There is no greater responsibility for any government and for any parliament than to ensure the safety and security of […]

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MATTERS OF URGENCY – Politics and Sport – 26 March 2018

Senator REYNOLDS (Western Australia) (16:10): I, too, rise to speak on this matter of public importance. Australia is a proud sporting nation. Integrity and honesty are critically important attributes for the grassroots local clubs through to our nation’s largest sporting teams, both professional and community. All of our sporting teams, no matter what the level, […]

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Take Note of Answers – Taxation – 21 March 2018

Senator REYNOLDS (Western Australia) (15:19): I, too, rise to take note of the answer provided by Minister Cormann. But, first of all, I have a confession to make to this chamber. When I spoke this morning on the new tax bill, I inadvertently misled the chamber. I said that we had had 16 consecutive months […]

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Taxation – 21 March 2018

Senator STERLE (Western Australia) (14:48): My question is to the Minister representing the Minister for Social Services, Senator Fierravanti-Wells. Yesterday the minister was forced to correct her misleading statements made in the Senate on Tuesday and Wednesday about the impact of Labor’s sensible reforms to dividend imputation cash refunds. Given it is the government’s entire […]

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