Carbon tax repeal benefits Knox families and business

The Federal Member for Aston, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, today welcomed the repeal of the Carbon Tax as relief for the Knox community. “Today’s vote by the Senate to repeal the Carbon Tax is great news for local Knox families and small businesses”, Mr Tudge said today. “Scrapping the Carbon Tax will sav... ... (17-Jul)

Carbon tax repeal benefits Knox families and business

Call for nominations for Aston Community Awards

The Federal Member for Aston, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, is pleased to announce the opening of nominations for Aston Community Awards. The Aston Community Awards celebrate local volunteers, businesses and community groups who give their time, skill and energy to helping others and making the Knox commun... ... (07-Jul)

Call for nominations for Aston Community Awards

New Colombo Plan scholarship for Knox student

The Federal Member for Aston, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, today congratulated local resident, Mr Richard Garrett, on receiving one of the first forty scholarships under the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan. Under the New Colombo Plan, $100 million over five years is being provided to help Austral... ... (04-Jul)

New Colombo Plan scholarship for Knox student

Creating a more mobile workforce

The Herald Sun: STARTING this week, those who have struggled to find work will be eligible for up to $6000 to move location to take up a job. This means a Victorian who decides to take up work in a vineyard in the Yarra Valley or a mine in Queensland could claim $6000 for moving, and another $3... ... (04-Jul)

Tudge highlights need to cut Knox congestion

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, has spoken in Parliament about the need to undertake infrastructure projects to ease increasing traffic congestion in Knox. Highlighting the economic, business and social costs of congestion, Mr Tudge said traffic congestion in Melbourne already costs... ... (02-Jul)

Tudge highlights need to cut Knox congestion

Mr Shorten, more money, failed policies won’t help indigenous people

The Australian: BILL Shorten’s critique of the ­government’s indigenous policy is disappointing and misguided. Last week, on this page, he criticised the government for its budget savings of 4.5 per cent in indigenous specific programs. “A brutal and heartless cut”, the Opposition Leader wrote... ... (25-Jun)

Welfare benefits a broad church

The Australian: THE Australian Council of ­Social Services’ critique of the Abbott government’s “earn or learn” policy may be well-­intentioned, but it is misguided. ACOSS fails to acknowledge that while the present system supports the vulnerable it also creates welfare dependence, just as... ... (17-Jun)

Federal funding to fix Napoleon Road black spots

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, and Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Hon Jamie Briggs MP, today announced funding of $81,900 to fix four dangerous Napoleon Road black spots in Rowville. The approved projects for Rowville will see exclusive right turn ... ... (11-Jun)

Federal funding to fix Napoleon Road black spots

Nominations open for National Disability Awards

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, has welcomed the opening of Nominations for the 2014 National Disability Awards, giving Australians the opportunity to celebrate the individuals and organisations who are having a positive impact on the lives of people with disability. “The National ... ... (05-Jun)

Nominations open for National Disability Awards

Trade Support Loans building a better Knox

The Abbott Coalition Government is building a stronger economy by supporting apprentices to successfully complete their qualification. The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, said the Government is delivering on its commitment to introduce Trade Support Loans for apprentices to encourage mo... ... (28-May)

Trade Support Loans building a better Knox

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