Bradfield residents recently declared that ‘Australians do get the politicians they deserve’. This was the verdict of the more than 200 Bradfield Locals who were treated to a selection of oratory, amusement and verbal jousting at the Second Annual Bradfield Comedy Debate on Sunday October 28.
Labor’s recently announced mid-year budget changes are bad news for the people of Bradfield’, Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher said today.
‘Labor has been overspending – and to pay for it Wayne Swan is now taking from the pockets of Australian families’
By Dr Chris Roberts, CEO Cochlear Limited, Sydney, 23 October 2012
It is a pleasure to be with you today delivering the 2012 JJC Bradfield lecture on the topic of “Innovation in Australian Business.”
MEDICAL innovation is being held back by suffocating legislation that results in long delays before products get regulatory clearance. Cochlear chief executive Chris Roberts will say in the annual J.J.C. Bradfield lecture tonight that the Therapeutic Goods Administration, which is staffed by "competent and supportive" people, is not to blame. "Instead it is a reflection on the legislative framework under which the TGA operates as well as the resources available toil," Dr Roberts says in his speech, a copy of which has been obtained by The Australian.
The 2012 Bradfield Comedy Debate promises an afternoon of verbal jousting and sardonic wit, exploring the ins and outs of the topic ‘That we get the politicians we deserve’.
Paul Fletcher MP, Member for Bradfield will hold a community meeting in on Saturday 13 October 2012, from 4.00pm – 5.30pm at the West Lindfield Community Hall, Moore Avenue, West Lindfield.
If you want proof of how badly the Gillard Government is managing Australia’s broadband rollout, you just need to look across the Tasman.
In November 2008, the Key government came to power in New Zealand promising to spend NZD 1.5 billion on a new broadband network (on current exchange rates, around AUD 1.2 billion.)
Bradfield residents can help the Coalition set its priorities for upgrading Australia’s broadband by completing the Coalition’s nationwide survey on broadband trends, Federal Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher said today.
Joint Media Release – Missing Link Action Network
The Missing Link Action Network, comprising federal and state Liberal MPs from across northwest Sydney and the central coast, today received a briefing from private motorway operator Transurban regarding its unsolicited bid lodged with the NSW Government for a possible F3 to M2 Motorway Tunnel link underneath Pennant Hills Road.
‘Yesterday’s answer by the Prime Minister to my Question in Question Time about the impact of army cadet cutbacks in Bradfield is at odds with the facts’, Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher said today.
‘In her response to my Question the Prime Minister sought to suggest that I did not have the facts.