MILLION MOVES CHALLENGE

Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien is taking part in a new fitness challenge next month, when four of the Sunshine Coast’s MP’s will be battling it out to reach 1 MILLION MOVES over 21 days.

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Stewart, Ms Clare — Speech in the Federation Chamber 21/03/2024

Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien – Stewart, Ms Clare – Speech in the Federation Chamber 21/03/2024

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SUPPORT FOR WIDE BAY’S YOUNG SPORTING CHAMPIONS

Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien congratulated local sporting stars who will receive grants to support their participation in state, national, and international competitions.

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TIARO BYPASS ‘REVIEW ON REVIEW’ FURTHER DELAYS FOUR LANE TIARO BYPASS

Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien said it was clear that Queensland needed a change of State Government if we want to see real action on the four lane Tiaro bypass.

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LABOR’S NEW FRESH FOOD TAX WILL DRIVE UP COST OF LIVING

Labor’s proposed legislation for a new fresh food tax has been introduced in Parliament, in a move that will increase the cost of living and hurt families and farmers in Wide Bay.

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Agriculture (Biosecurity Protection) Levies Bill — Speech in the Federation Chamber 20/03/2024

Agriculture (Biosecurity Protection) Levies Bill Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien – Tobacco Regulation – Speech in the Federation Chamber 20/03/2024

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BOOST TO PAYMENTS FOR WIDE BAY PENSIONERS

More than 45,000 people in Wide Bay will benefit from a boost to their social security payments from 20 March, Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien advised today.

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Tobacco Regulation — Speech in the Federation Chamber 18/03/2024

Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien – Tobacco Regulation – Speech in the Federation Chamber 18/03/2024

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FUNDING TO RESTORE MARYBOROUGH’S NASHOS MEMORIAL

Tucked away behind the Maryborough War Memorial, a small monument commemorates the service of the Nashos, the 314,000 young Australians who were called up for compulsory military service between 1951 and 1972.

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NIGHT WORKS AND DETOUR AT WOONDUM FOR GYMPIE BYPASS

Motorists on the Bruce Highway may experience detours and minor delays in March with night works scheduled to take place to progress the construction of the $1 billion Gympie bypass, known as Section D.

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