Federal Liberal National Party MP Wyatt Roy, the youngest person in the federal parliament, addressed student leaders at yesterday’s inaugural Bradfield School Leadership Forum about his experiences as a young Australian leader, and the lessons for other young people in leadership positions.
New figures show that Bradfield businesses and community groups are dealing with more red tape than ever before, said Paul Fletcher, Member for Bradfield.Since the start of 2008, 18,089 additional regulations have been created by the Rudd/Gillard Government, including 1,311 new regulations this year.
If you are Stephen Conroy, it seems you can put the OECD Broadband statistics to a whole variety of uses.
The Fair Work Australia report into the Health Services Union reveals a union culture in which normal standards of governance are largely ignored. But it is not just union members whoare affected. There is a direct link between unions and the superannuation savings of millions of Australians. The deeply flawed governance arrangements put in place by the Keating government allow union officials a privileged place in running super funds.
Over 6000 Australian superannuation and other investors were defrauded of $176 million in the Trio scandal according to a Parliamentary Committee report just released, Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher said today.
Mr Fletcher, a member of the Parliament's Corporations and Financial Services Committee, said the Committee began its inquiry last year on his recommendation, after he was approached by constituents who had lost money in the collapse of Trio.
A Community Meeting held by Paul Fletcher MP, Member for Bradfield has resolved to call on Prime Minister Julia Gillard to apologise for her divisive and inappropriate comments about Sydney’s North Shore.
A Queensland Principal's decisive and courageous action - threatening to expel children under 13 with Facebook profiles - highlights the real dangers of unrestricted social media use by children too young to judge the risks involved, said Paul Fletcher MP, Chair of the Coalition's Online Safety Working Group.
Paul Fletcher’s Broadband Briefing
Five years after Labor announced its broadband policy, Australia’s broadband penetration ranking has dropped and Labor’s policy has made zero difference to the broadband service received by 99.9 per cent of Australians.
‘Julia Gillard should apologise to the people of Sydney’s North Shore’, Member for Bradfield Paul Fletcher said today.
Attacking the Leader of the Opposition Tony Abbott today, Ms Gillard said, ‘Mr Abbott’s got to get off Sydney’s North Shore and go and talk to some real families and get himself in the real world’.