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  • DoSomething Day: Ku-ring-gai Meals on Wheels
    DoSomething Day: Ku-ring-gai Meals on Wheels

    As part of the national DoSomething Day on Wednesday 19 July, Paul joined a local volunteer from the Ku-ring-gai Meals on Wheels service to deliver hot meals to residents in the Turramurra and St Ives areas.

    Written on Thursday, 20 July 2017 17:25 in Paul's Blog Read 20 times Read more...
  • My Eligibility to Serve in the Australian Parliament

    In case anybody is wondering about my citizenship status, I applied to revoke my British citizenship in 2009. A copy of the letter I received from the British High Commission confirming the revocation of my British Citizenship is available here.

    Written on Wednesday, 19 July 2017 16:05 in Paul's Blog Read 349 times
  • Federal-state unity the key to our infrastructure

    Building and maintaining Australia’s infrastructure is a responsibility shared between all three levels of government and the private sector.

    One important role for the commonwealth is working with state and territory governments to co-fund significant infrastructure projects.

    Written on Tuesday, 11 July 2017 12:15 in Articles by Paul Read 213 times Read more...
  • Quality Schools in Bradfield

    On 22 June 2017 the Turnbull Government passed the Quality Schools package. This key piece of legislation establishes the policy architecture for a fair, transparent and needs-based funding model across all sectors and states.

    Parents at Catholics schools in Bradfield had some concerns about how the Quality Schools package would affect the Catholic education system. Watch the video below to find out how Paul worked to address these concerns.

    Written on Monday, 10 July 2017 08:53 in Paul's Blog Read 41 times Read more...
  • What are the costs and benefits of new road transport technology?

    Technology is transforming every sector of society – and road transport is no exception.

    It seems that every day we hear new, breathless predictions about how driverless vehicles are going to disrupt the conventional motor vehicle and dramatically reshape the way we move around on our roads.

    It is not hard to believe that in fifty years – perhaps even in twenty years – the vehicles we use will be very different.

    Written on Wednesday, 05 July 2017 17:32 in Paul's Blog Read 395 times Read more...

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