NEWSTART ADEQUACY

"We cannot turn our backs on the unemployed and leave them to battle with inadequate support, as has been the case for far too long."

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ACTION ON LIVE EXPORTS

"To the thousands of Adelaide residents who have called and emailed about live exports - we hear you. Labor will take action."

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ADDRESS TO THE NATIONAL PRESS CLUB

“Early education and care: are we even having the right debate?”

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Address to the TAFE Directors Australia Conference 2016

5 October 2016

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THE IMPORTANCE OF PROPERLY INVESTING IN EDUCATION FOR AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE

MATTER OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, PARLIAMENT HOUSE
TUESDAY, 2 FEBRUARY 2016

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Kate Ellis fights Abbott's cruel cuts to Education

Despite promising 'no cuts to education' and that 'no school would be worse off' before the election, the Abbott Government has cut $30 Billion dollars from our Australian school funding system.


Kate Ellis stands up against Tony Abbott's cuts to Adelaide

Kate Ellis stands up in Parliament and highlights the Abbott Government's $1.6 Billion hit in Federal Budget cuts to the South Australian economy.

 


Kate Ellis takes a stand against Tony Abbott's cuts to the ABC

Despite promising no cuts to the ABC , Tony Abbott has ripped funding from our national broadcaster. With Malcolm Turnbull warning these cuts are "just a down payment", now is the time to fight for the future of our ABC!


Kate Ellis smashes Abbott's unfair attack on universities

Despite promising no cuts to education, Tony Abbott plans to strip record funding from universities and massively increase student fees. Under Abbott, too many Australians will be locked out of university.

 


Kate Ellis fights for South Australian Jobs

Ms KATE ELLIS (Adelaide) (19:56): I rise to speak against the Automotive Transformation Scheme Amendment Bill 2014, because this is a bill that spells disaster for the 200,000 Australian men and women who rely directly and indirectly on the automotive manufacturing industry for their jobs.

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