TALKING POINT: POPULISM DOES NOT HAVE TO BE A DIRTY WORD - Opinion Piece, Hobart Mercury, Wednesday 10 September 2018
10 October 2018'Now is the time to respond to the needs of our common identity and our common good. That is what progressive populism is about and why it is certainly not a dirty word.'
AUSTRALIA CAN NO LONGER WATCH ON FROM THE SIDELINES - Media Release, Wednesday 19 September 2018
19 September 2018'Labor is developing a policy to work with the states and territories to implement a national, domestic ban on Australia's commercial trade in elephant ivory and rhinoceros horn.'
DUTTON’S AMBITION HAS KEPT HOBART WAITING - Media Release, Monday 27 August 2018
27 August 2018'So fixated has Peter Dutton been with his calamitous grab for power that his Department has not managed to assess Hobart City Council’s relief request – despite it being applied for more than a month ago.'
HOBART’S YOUNG PEOPLE ASKED ABOUT THEIR VISION FOR AUSTRALIA - Media Release, Tuesday 7 August 2018
06 August 2018'Australia’s young people are being asked to share their views on ‘What would Australia look like if they had their say?’ by Amos Washington, Australia’s United Nations Youth Representative.'
SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE BEGINS ITS INVESTIGATION INTO OBESITY - Media Release, Monday 6 August 2018
06 August 2018'Childhood obesity is a key focus of the Committee. At the current rate, it is predicted that one-third of young Australians will be overweight or obese by 2020.'
KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT THE INTERNATIONAL AIDS CONFERENCE
25 July 2018It is an honour to be here today to share with you Australia’s experience of the fight against AIDS, and to reaffirm our commitment to human rights as the touchstone for its prevention and treatment.
ATTENDANCE AT 2018 INTERNATIONAL AIDS CONFERENCE
24 July 2018Senator Singh will attend the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018) this week, to pay tribute to Australian clinician the late Professor David Cooper and give a keynote address on Australia’s legacy in fighting HIV.
PARLIAMENTARY INQUIRY INTO AUSTRALIA’S TRADE IN IVORY AND RHINOCEROS HORN BEGINS - Media Release, Tuesday 3 July 2018
03 July 2018'This inquiry, initiated by Senator Singh, is an opportunity to determine how Australia can keep pace with other OECD countries in closing the legal loopholes in domestic ivory markets to ensure Australia is not contributing to wildlife trafficking.'
"If we don't act Australia is likely to become a transit country to wildlife trafficking destination hot spots such as Vietnam and Thailand." - Press Conference, Tuesday 3 July 2018
02 July 2018'This is a global issue and a transnational problem - Australia needs to play its part in ending this illegal wildlife trade.'
'Who’s to say that Steve Martin doesn’t abandon the National Party in a short amount of time?' - ABC Hobart 936 Mornings with Leon Compton radio interview, Wednesday 30 May 2018
30 May 2018'I think Bill Shorten, Justine Keay, the Labor Party, are trying to ensure that we hold Braddon and that Justine is returned to that seat, because she is the best member for that seat and Labor is the best party to represent that seat.'
SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE OBESITY EPIDEMIC - Media Release, Friday 18 May 2018
18 May 2018'This inquiry is an important opportunity to seriously consider the causes and implications of the obesity in Australian communities.'
'Justine's working hard campaigning in Braddon.' - - ABC Hobart 936 Mornings with Leon Compton radio interview, Wednesday 16 May 2018
16 May 2018'You're saying that you can't release the GST report because you need to consider it, but in the same breath that there won't be further cuts to the GST. That doesn't make sense.'
MYER’S NEW CEO SET A MOTHER’S DAY CHALLENGE ON MODERN SLAVERY - Media Release, Friday 11 May 2018
11 May 2018'I have challenged Mr King to sign the Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Accord, on behalf of Myer.'
PARLIAMENTARIANS ADDRESS THE PLIGHT OF LIVE-EXPORT SHEEP - Media Release, Thursday 10 May 2018
10 May 2018'We believe it is important that Members of Parliament are provided with information about the live sheep trade so that debate can be informed and diverse.'
VICTORY FOR PEOPLE POWER ... AND TASMANIAN CRAFT BEER - Media Release, Friday 4 May 2018
04 May 2018'Craft brewing is a growth sector, particularly in Tasmania which is already well on the way to becoming Australia’s leading craft beer producer.'
'I think it's an exciting time for democracy.' - ABC Hobart 936 Mornings with Leon Compton radio interview, Wednesday 2 May 2018
02 May 2018'I look forward to next Tuesday night and the Government stopping these ridiculous tax cuts to banks, who do not need tax cuts while they're ripping off ordinary Australians.'
'Shouldn't we take the steps that improve the safety of young people who use drugs?' - ABC RADIO TRIPLE J HACK, Tuesday 1 May 2018
01 May 2018'What is there to lose in this? Shouldn't we take the steps that improve the safety of young people who use drugs? Educates young people about what they are intending to take, shouldn't we trial that?'
FASHION REVOLUTION WEEK IS WOMEN’S BUSINESS - Media release, Friday 27 April 2018
27 April 2018'This week is Fashion Revolution Week. It falls on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh which killed 1138 people in 2013.'
AS THE MONSOONS APPROACH, THE ROHINGYA REFUGEES ARE DESPERATE FOR HOPE - Opinion Piece with Andrew Broad MP, The Guardian, Saturday 7 April 2018
07 April 2018'One of the very basic things people need in order to survive is hope, but how does anyone offer hope in this situation?'
'You cannot arrest your way out of the drug problem.' - ABC Hobart 936 Mornings with Louise Saunders radio interview, Wednesday 4 April 2018
04 April 2018'Poor drug policy leads to further crime. I don't think any government wants that. If it’s serious about it, than it needs to actually step-up and look at the recommendations of our report...'
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