Paul Fletcher MP

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Thursday, 28 April 2016 00:00

Transcript - Doorstop, Melbourne

PAUL FLETCHER:            Good morning. I just wanted to make a couple of comments following the very constructive meeting that I've recently had with my federal colleague Darren Chester, the Minister for Infrastructure, myself as Minister for Major Projects and our Victorian state counterparts, Jacinta Allan and Luke Donnellan.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 00:00

Transcript - ABC Drive Adelaide

NARELLE GRAHAM:       Minister Paul Fletcher, welcome to Drive.

PAUL FLETCHER:            Thanks, good to be with you.

Hundreds of South Australians are set to gain work on the next stage of the North-South Corridor, with the start of major works on the $620 million Darlington Upgrade Project.

It may not be immediately obvious from the job title “Minister for Major Projects”, but one task that falls to me is overseeing the federal government’s role inregulating the design of motor vehicles in Australia.

Virgin Australia has been selected as the preferred provider of air services to Christmas Island and Cocos (Keeling) Islands.

Friday, 22 April 2016 15:30

Anzac Events 2016

You're encouraged to attend one of the many Anzac events in the electorate.

Federal Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher today visited local cricketers at Hassall Park in St Ives to announce $100,000 in grants to local community organisations.

St Ives Junior Cricket Club will receive $5272 to install a first aid station, upgrade the clubhouse kitchen and buy portable first aid kits. The equipment will also be used by St Ives Rugby Club and St Ives-Wahroonga Cricket Club.

Major construction on the $288 million Majura Parkway has now been completed following today’s official opening of the new road and the naming of its key feature, the Malcolm Fraser Bridge.

Friday, 22 April 2016 09:33

Transcript - Press conference 21 April 2016

PAUL FLETCHER: I just want to make a couple of comments in relation to Labor’s hastily cobbled together announcement today in relation to Western Sydney Airport. Can I start by saying that the Turnbull Government absolutely recognises that the new Western Sydney Airport will need to operate in a way which addresses concerns about flight paths and aircraft noise, and meets the expectations of the community. That’s why we are working through, in a careful and orderly way, issues in relation to aircraft noise, flight plan, and so on.

The Turnbull Government recognises that a new airport needs to operate in a way that addresses concerns about flight paths and aircraft noise and that meets the expectations of the community.

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