Community opposes suggestion of Mayo redistribution

People in Mayo are already “up in arms” about just the suggestion that their federal seat could be scrapped under any electoral redistribution in South Australia, their local Member Rebekha Sharkie said today.

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No Youth Minister is 'no joke'

NXT MP Rebekha Sharkie has criticised Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s response to her question on March 23 about appointing a Youth Minister, calling it “patronising and a slap in the face to millions of Australian young people".

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MP works on action plan for Mayo

The poor condition of local roads was the number one unprompted concern raised by residents surveyed in the electorate by their local Federal Member Rebekha Sharkie.

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Speaker of the House to visit Kangaroo Island

For the first time in many years the Speaker of the House of Representatives in Federal Parliament is making an official visit to Kangaroo Island.

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Sharkie seeks answers about Kalimna closure

The Federal Member for Mayo, Rebekha Sharkie, is seeking answers from the State Government about its decision to close the Kalimna aged care facility in Strathalbyn.

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Centrelink system in need of urgent review

Viewpoint by Rebekha Sharkie, the Member for Mayo.

Make no mistake; if someone owes a debt to Centrelink, the Federal Government owes it to the Australian taxpayer to recover that money. 

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MP fights for access to Building Better Regions funding

Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie says she will continue to fight for her electorate to access Federal Government grants for regional infrastructure after finding out the Adelaide Hills, including Mt Barker, was not eligible to access the Building Better Regions Fund.

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NXT calls for tougher penalties for entitlement rorts

Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie could only find other three MPs to back an NXT amendment to toughen the financial penalties for parliamentarians rorting their entitlements, particularly repeat offenders.

 

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SA energy market no joke

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.

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NXT puts brake on Omnibus Bill

omnibus.jpgThe 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.

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