Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has backed a call by business and community leaders for the Federal and State Governments to work together to reform Australia’s energy systems.
The Nick Xenophon Team won’t support the Federal Government’s childcare and social services reforms because too many disadvantaged Australians will have to bear the cost, according to the NXT Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie is backing proposed new laws to protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and their customers from the cheap fake Indigenous art and craft flooding Australian souvenir shops.
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie wants vulnerable communities in her electorate taken off the roster of postcodes that could have their power cut to avoid a total blackout of the State grid.Read more
Federal MP Rebekha Sharkie’s Young Mayo group is campaigning to bring the specialist youth mental health service ‘headspace’ to the Hills in the wake of alarming suicide statistics from the region.Read more
Rebekha Sharkie, NXT's Federal Member for Mayo, and her fellow cross benchers were a lonely sight in the House of Representatives yesterday. They were the only MPs to vote in favour of amendments that would strengthen interactive gambling laws.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie has kicked off the Parliamentary year asking the Prime Minister how his Government will protect high bushfire risk communities from telecommunication blackouts when the power goes out for days at a time.Read more
More than 240 people have completed a survey about using a commuter bus from Victor Harbor to Adelaide and already a third of respondents have said they would use the service every day during the working week, according to Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie.Read more
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie will be questioning authorities about poor communication and a lack of planning in the wake of the blackout that left parts of the Adelaide Hills without power and phones for more than four days in late December.Read more