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It is my great privilege to represent the people of Monash in the Parliament of Australia. Our local area is a great place to live, work and raise a family and I work to ensure it continues to be an even better place for us all.

In addition to serving our Monash community, I am a vocal advocate for a just and compassionate society with a focus on: a fair and sustainable NDIS, care and dignity for our elders and their carers, respect for women, flexibility and support for small businesses and the humane treatment of refugees.

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Russell Broadbent MP

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The House of Representatives has announced the national My First Speech competition for year 10 to 12 students across Australia.

This competition will provide the opportunity for three lucky students to be flown to Canberra with a parent or guardian to present their speeches live and undertake a program at Parliament House.

The competition asks year 10 to 12 students to consider what they would say if they were a newly elected Member of the House of Representatives and record themselves presenting the speech on video.

A website has been established for the competition at: www.aph.gov.au/myfirstspeech

Entries for the competition close at 5pm EST 31 August 2022.

For more information on the competition contact the House of Representatives, Information Management Office, email: comps.reps@aph.gov.au

This competition is a wonderful way for our next generation of community leaders to have a say in our national parliament. I hope you can promote this to students at your school.
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The House of Representatives has announced the national My First Speech competition for year 10 to 12 students across Australia.

This competition will provide the opportunity for three lucky students to be flown to Canberra with a parent or guardian to present their speeches live and undertake a program at Parliament House.

The competition asks year 10 to 12 students to consider what they would say if they were a newly elected Member of the House of Representatives and record themselves presenting the speech on video.

A website has been established for the competition at: www.aph.gov.au/myfirstspeech

Entries for the competition close at 5pm EST 31 August 2022.

For more information on the competition contact the House of Representatives, Information Management Office, email: comps.reps@aph.gov.au

This competition is a wonderful way for our next generation of community leaders to have a say in our national parliament. I hope you can promote this to students at your school.

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One suggestion would be to avoid the managerialism that has spread throughout society and take an invested viewpoint that people can support.

This change in policy actually turns its back on the regions and destroys opportunities for people to grow their country communities, because who's going to go to a country community if they can't get a doctor?

It's a typical new government making a crazy mistake. It's a sugar-coated disaster, and that is how it will be seen.
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So why did you vote against Helen Haines’ amendment that would have secured a better deal for regions?

Will be a great community when a nuclear power station is built in Baw Baw, right Russell

Goodonya being real! when speaking about our wonderful country communities 🙂

We are moving back into your electorate Russell and I hope I can help promote health care with you. 👩🏼‍🦱🤔

Spot on rusty

Hear hear

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The next round of Dysons Community Grants opens on 1 September 2022. The Dyson Group of Companies has established this funding program to provide grants in support of community groups and organisations around Victoria.

There are two rounds of the Dysons Community Grants annually, each with $10,000 available and a maximum grant of $1,000.

Eligible organisations include pre-schools, schools, sporting clubs, not-for-profit groups, charities, welfare agencies, local societies and emergency services.

Applications close on 30 September 2022.

For more information and to apply, please visit: dysongroup.com.au/about/community-grants
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The next round of Dysons Community Grants opens on 1 September 2022. The Dyson Group of Companies has established this funding program to provide grants in support of community groups and organisations around Victoria.

There are two rounds of the Dysons Community Grants annually, each with $10,000 available and a maximum grant of $1,000. 

Eligible organisations include pre-schools, schools, sporting clubs, not-for-profit groups, charities, welfare agencies, local societies and emergency services.

Applications close on 30 September 2022.

For more information and to apply, please visit: http://dysongroup.com.au/about/community-grants

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