Environment groups across Mayo can now approach their Federal Member Rebekha Sharkie and apply for a share of $150,000 in grant funding for local on-ground projects.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has renewed her call for more overtaking lanes on the Victor Harbor Road between Mount Compass and Victor Harbor following another crash on this increasingly busy highway.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie is inviting local clubs and organisations to apply for grants for small capital projects that build community and improve facilities across the electorate.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has written to the State Environment Minister, David Speirs, to ask him to consider community requests to consolidate the 'Aldinga Washpool' sites into the Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park.
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has introduced a Private Member’s Bill to amend the Australian Constitution so the Commonwealth can manage national water resources that cross state and territory boundaries.
The Constitution Alteration (Water Resources) Bill 2019 mirrors legislation tabled in the Senate this month by Centre Alliance Environment spokesperson Senator Rex Patrick.Read more
Centre Alliance will move an amendment in the Senate to the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Bill 2019 to improve veterans' access to psychological and psychiatric services.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie and her Centre Alliance Senate colleagues Rex Patrick and Stirling Griff joined other Crossbench Members this week in calling for the Government to legislate a National Integrity Commission (NIC) with "real teeth".
The MPs and Senators hosted a press conference in Parliament House on Wednesday with David Harper AM, former Victorian Supreme Court Judge and member of the Australia Institute National Integrity Committee.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has introduced a Private Members' Bill to enshrine the right of freedom of expression, including freedom of the press, within the Australian Constitution.
The Constitution Alteration (Freedom of Expression and Freedom of the Press) Bill 2019 was introduced by Rebekha today after mirror legislation was introduced earlier in the month by Centre Alliance Senators Rex Patrick and Stirling Griff.Read more
The Federal Government’s Future Drought Fund will have to focus on building the resilience of all farming regions in Australia – not just the east coast – thanks to the work of Centre Alliance.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has fulfilled a 2019 election commitment and introduced five Private Member Bills into the 46th Parliament today. The legislation covered:
- Rural finance reform
- The phasing out of long-haul live sheep exports
- Transparency in staffing ratios in aged care facilities
- A national screening program for aged care workers, and
- National Heritage Listing for the Great Australian Bight,