Labor to scrap fees for 100,000 TAFE students while Turnbull offers nothing but cuts

A Shorten Labor Government will scrap upfront fees for 100,000 TAFE students.

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Labor will scrap upfront fees for 100,000 TAFE students

Many trades face skills shortages – from carpenters to bricklayers to bakers to pastry cooks. But despite high unemployment in some areas, many workers can’t learn the skills that industries are crying out for.

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Turnbull's Budget fails Isaacs yet again

Last night Malcolm Turnbull had one last chance to fix five years of unfairness – and he failed.

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Tudge repeats Dutton's mistakes on English language requirement

The Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs, Alan Tudge MP, has made an extraordinary attack on the City of Greater Dandenong in a speech to the Liberal Party-aligned Menzies Research Centre in Sydney.

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Dreyfus and Richardson to race in CFA Fun Run rematch

Federal Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus has today challenged State Member for Mordialloc Tim Richardson for a rematch in the 5km Edithvale CFA All Fired Up Fun Run on 25 March 2018.

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Third time lucky in Carrum Fun Run

Federal Member for Isaacs Mark Dreyfus QC MP and State Member for Carrum, Sonya Kilkenny MP will race for the third year running in the 6km Carrum Coast Guard Around the River Fun Run on Sunday February 25.

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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH – ISAACS DEMANDS ITS NBN

In 2013 Malcolm Turnbull promised that the National Broadband Network (NBN) would be rolled out to every household in Australia by the end of 2016.

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Turnbull's NBN delayed yet again for Kingston residents

When the Abbott-Turnbull government was first elected in 2013, Malcolm Turnbull promised that the National Broadband Network (NBN) would be rolled out to every household in Australia by the end of 2016.

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Isaacs says Yes

Isaacs has said Yes to marriage equality, with 65.3 per cent of Isaacs residents who returned their marriage survey voting Yes.

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Labor commits $1 billion boost for advanced manufacturing jobs

A Shorten Labor Government will invest $1 billion in Australian advanced manufacturing to support Australian industries, grow Australian businesses and create Australian jobs.

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