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Carbon Tax Package already affecting Local Business.

Senator Stephen Parry today expressed concern as the adverse impact of
Federal Labor’s Carbon Tax Package is starting to be felt by local business.

“Local tourism operator, Tamar River Cruises, will incur additional operational
costs of over $12,000 per year as a direct result of the reduction in the fuel rebate
which kicked in on the 1st August,” Senator Parry said.

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Organ Donors Moving in Right Direction

...of the 145,000 deaths in Australia per annum, only 1 % are potential organ donors.

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Senator Stephen Parry invites parents, carers and teachers to participate in review of online safety for children.

The new Coalition Online Safety Working Group is an important initiative in helping equip parents and carers better protect children and young people from the risks associated with the internet and social media.

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The Hon. Tony Abbott MHR joint doorstep interview with Mr Andrew Nikolic, Liberal Candidate for Bass, Launceston.

Tony Abbot and Andrew Nikolic

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Liberals ignite new hope for Nile River logjam fix

After 10 years of inaction by the Tasmanian Labor Government, The Hon. Greg Hunt MP, Shadow Minister for Climate Action, Environment and Heritage, yesterday agreed to consider a funding proposal to fix a logjam in the Nile River.

The pile of logs and branches stretches for over 500 meters and is continuing to grow. It threatens homes and farming land when it floods and debris is pushed into downstream rivers causing additional environmental problems.

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Reports of surges in poker machine turnover in May and June is further evidence that the government has not only mismanaged the carbon tax, but mismanaged its “Cash for You” giveaway.

The carbon tax cash splash was rushed out in May and June far ahead of carbon tax-impacted electricity bills, because Labor wanted to ‘paper shuffle’ the payments into 2011/12, as a way of protecting its wafer-thin 2012/13 budget surplus.

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The Gillard Government’s $1.5 billion Budget surplus is a phony.

If Labor is getting the nation back into surplus, why is Wayne Swan increasing the Government’s credit card limit by $50 billion to a record-breaking $300 billion?

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Defence cuts

Labors attitude towards defence will take years to recover from. Since the 2009 Defence White Paper, we have seen somewhere between $21 and $25 billion dollars taken out of the Defence budget.

The 2012 Budget announced $5.5 billion worth of cuts over the next four years - reducing annual funding of Defence to the lowest level, as a proportion of GDP, since 1938.

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