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MEDIA RELEASE: Industry Super Funds Should Invest in Dairy

“Untold millions of dollars each year is syphoned from the pockets of the battlers in the bush and sent to Sydney and Melbourne to manage at an enormous annual cost of around $34 billion in management fees. That’s great for creating jobs in the inner city, but it does very little for the regions. It’s time Australian superannuation backed Australian industries and jobs.”

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Parliamentary Speech: Regional Queensland

Just prior to my maiden speech, during the winter break I undertook a two-week regional and rural listening tour of my home state, because on this side of the chamber we take the concerns of the people living in regional Queensland seriously. I had the opportunity to meet with community groups and not-for-profits such as the Royal Flying Doctor Service, mayors and councillors from our state regional councils and of course lots of farmers and small business people.

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Parliamentary Speech: The Economy

The Australian economy is on the road and moving forward. It reminds me of the Mad Max scene with the V8 Interceptor charging forward. I find it interesting that Labor Senator Ayres should accuse us of closing down the car industry, because back in 1987 it was actually Button and his tariff plans that put it under pressure.

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Maiden Speech

Mr President, I would like to acknowledge my colleagues in the chamber and special guests in the gallery who are here today. I would also like to thank the people of Queensland and the LNP for the faith they have placed in me to represent them over the next six years.

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MEDIA RELEASE: Industry Super Funds Should Invest in Dairy

“Untold millions of dollars each year is syphoned from the pockets of the battlers in the bush and sent to Sydney and Melbourne to manage at an enormous annual cost of around $34 billion in management fees. That’s great for creating jobs in the inner city, but it does very little for the regions. It’s time Australian superannuation backed Australian industries and jobs.”

Read More »

Parliamentary Speech: Regional Queensland

Just prior to my maiden speech, during the winter break I undertook a two-week regional and rural listening tour of my home state, because on this side of the chamber we take the concerns of the people living in regional Queensland seriously. I had the opportunity to meet with community groups and not-for-profits such as the Royal Flying Doctor Service, mayors and councillors from our state regional councils and of course lots of farmers and small business people.

Read More »

Parliamentary Speech: The Economy

The Australian economy is on the road and moving forward. It reminds me of the Mad Max scene with the V8 Interceptor charging forward. I find it interesting that Labor Senator Ayres should accuse us of closing down the car industry, because back in 1987 it was actually Button and his tariff plans that put it under pressure.

Read More »

Maiden Speech

Mr President, I would like to acknowledge my colleagues in the chamber and special guests in the gallery who are here today. I would also like to thank the people of Queensland and the LNP for the faith they have placed in me to represent them over the next six years.

Read More »

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10 September 2019

I gave my maiden speech in front of family, friends and colleagues. I thank all those who made the long journey down to Canberra to share in this special occasion.

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