Minister for Health, Aged Care and Sport, Sussan Ley, and Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government, Paul Fletcher, today confirmed health care will be delivered through a multi-purpose service (MPS) on Norfolk Island.
Released today, the Norfolk Island Health Services Plan helped inform the Australian Government about how to best deliver health and aged care services for the Norfolk Island community.
Topics: Islamic State, NSW pre-selections
KRISTINA KENEALLY: Look, let’s start with the Prime Minister’s speech overnight in Washington, DC. He says that unilateral- excuse me, he said that … he made some comments about Islam, particularly about – they were in stark contrast to those of his predecessor Tony Abbott. You know, he made very clear that we should not be so delicate to say that Islam … the Islamic State has nothing to do with Islam, but neither should we tag all Muslims with the responsibility for the crimes of a tiny terrorist organisation. What effect do you think the PM’s language will have on Muslims in Australia as we continue this fight against Islamic State?
JOHN HOLLAND Pty Ltd has been awarded the first construction contract for the $1.12 billion NorthLink WA project.
In announcing the contract today, Minister for Major Projects Paul Fletcher said the contract was a significant step in realising the vision of the NorthLink WA.
A change in driver behaviour coupled with new merge lines will make driving on key Perth roads safer and less congested.
Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government Paul Fletcher said new and better defined continuity merge lines between freeway on-ramps and traffic lanes will be placed on Perth freeway on-ramps from this month.
Work on upgrading one of Perth’s major intersections – where Graham Farmer Freeway meets East Parade – will commence today.
Federal Minister for Major Projects Paul Fletcher said today the intersection was a well-known traffic congestion hotspot.
GREATER Melbourne will grow by 1.8 million people between 2011 and 2031, more than any other city in Australia. That makes it vital to plan and deliver the new freeways, railways and other infrastructure that will keep it an efficient, productive and pleasant place to live.