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Turnbull's bank tea party

Turnbull's bank tea party

Day one down and Malcolm Turnbull’s annual tea party with the Big Four banks is proving as inadequate as Labor had suspected.

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Thornlie's NBN black hole

Thornlie's NBN black hole

There is no light at the end of the tunnel for Thornlie businesses and residents with internet speeds so slow they struggle to even send emails.

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Finding work for Burt jobseekers

Finding work for Burt jobseekers

Shadow Minister for Employment Services and Workforce Participation Ed Husic today visited Employment Services Group in Gosnells to listen to concerns about local unemployment

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Labor protects vulnerable Burt residents

Labor protects vulnerable Burt residents

Labor has protected thousands of vulnerable Burt residents from Turnbull Government cuts that would have left those on the lowest incomes hundreds of dollars a year worse off.

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Backing CDPP against Turnbull

Backing CDPP against Turnbull

Matt Keogh has thrown his support behind his former colleagues at the Commonwealth Director of Prosecutions, who will strike for the first time in the agency’s history.

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Mobile black spot putting safety at risk

Mobile black spot putting safety at risk

Non-existent mobile phone coverage in bushfire-prone Haynes, Hilbert and surrounding suburbs is putting residents at risk and must be rectified.

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Transport 'plan' ignores south east

Transport 'plan' ignores south east

The South Eastern suburbs have once again been left out in the cold in the Barnett Government’s so-called transport ‘plan’.

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Barnett drops the ball on Burt crime

Barnett drops the ball on Burt crime

The people of Armadale, Gosnells and Thornlie have been let down by the Barnett Government on crime and community safety.

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Turnbull unfairly targets women of Burt

The July 2 election will be a final chance for Western Australians to stop Malcolm Turnbull’s privatisation of Medicare.

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Support for Community Connect South

As a nearly daily user of Armadale Road, I know all too well the congestion and unsafe conditions faced by local drivers every day getting to and from work, TAFE or Uni.

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