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Local WW1 commemorative database launched

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, has helped officially launch a new online World War I community database for the eastern suburbs. Mr Tudge launched the database together with Michael Sukkar MP, the Federal Member for Deakin, Tony Smith MP, the Federal Member for Casey, and Jason Woo... ... (29-Jul)

Local WW1 commemorative database launched

New funding for community projects to reduce violence against women

The Federal Member for Aston, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, is inviting community organisations in Knox to apply for grants to help deliver projects that will reduce violence against women and their children. A total of $4 million is available under the Building Safe Communities for Women and their Childre... ... (23-Jul)

New funding for community projects to reduce violence against women

Construction of a senior school building and innovation centre for St Andrews Christian College

St Andrews Christian College will soon have new senior school buildings and an innovation centre after being named a recipient of a $250,000 Australian Government grant.  The grant, awarded as part of the Government’s Capital Grants Programme (CGP), will go towards construction of Senior School... ... (22-Jul)

Construction of a senior school building and innovation centre for St Andrews Christian College

Call for nominations for 2015 Aston Community Awards

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, is encouraging Knox residents to nominate an individual or community group they believe deserves recognition for service to the community.    The Aston Community Awards celebrate local volunteers and community groups who give their time, ski... ... (20-Jul)

Call for nominations for 2015 Aston Community Awards

Extra funding to fix Knox streets

The Federal Member for Aston, the Hon Alan Tudge MP, has announced that Knox Council will receive an extra $1.6 million over the next two years for road upgrades.   Mr Tudge said the extra money will flow as a result of the passage through Federal Parliament of the fuel excise indexation legisl... ... (17-Jul)

Extra funding to fix Knox streets

Prevention, Education and Rehabilitation the focus at Knox Ice Public Forum

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, said that ideas from the local Ice Public Forum held in Rowville last night will contribute to government policy in the months ahead. The Forum, attended by over 140 local residents, was organised by Mr Tudge and included a panel consisting of th... ... (14-Jul)

Prevention, Education and Rehabilitation the focus at Knox Ice Public Forum

Local Ice Public Forum - 13th July, 7pm in Rowville

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, has announced a local ice public forum for Knox residents to be held in Rowville.   Mr Tudge recently welcomed the announcement of a National Ice Action Strategy to tackle the growing ice epidemic, calling on locals to provide feedback on how bes... ... (30-Jun)

Local Ice Public Forum - 13th July, 7pm in Rowville

Zaky Mallah’s freedom of speech does not mean a media platform

The Australian: If a man called for the public gang rape of two prominent women, what would be your response? Revulsion? Outrage? How about giving the man a taxpayer-funded megaphone, live and unvetoed, with a million people listening? This is what the ABC did when they gave the microp... ... (29-Jun)

Tudge calls for action to reduce Monash Freeway congestion

The Federal Member for Aston, Hon Alan Tudge MP, has called for action to address increasing congestion on the Monash Freeway in a speech to Federal Parliament. Mr Tudge has been fighting for the East West Link and continues to do.  However, the Monash Freeway also needs attention. “This is the... ... (23-Jun)

Tudge calls for action to reduce Monash Freeway congestion

The case for indigenous constitutional recognition

The Australian:Greg Sheridan provides a seductively simple argument why indigenous people should not be recognised in the constitution: we are all equal citizens and no one should be recognised constitutionally because of their race or heritage. We must move beyond race and treat people as individua... ... (11-Jun)

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