Malcolm Turnbull MP Federal Member for Wentworth

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  • Local organisations in Wentworth receive federal funding

    Think & DO Tank Foundation Ltd and not-for-profit Sculpture by the Sea receive federal funding through the Australian Government’s Catalyst Program.

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  • Wentworth groups encouraged to apply for 2017 DVA grants

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Member for Wentworth has called on local community groups to apply for Australian Government grants in 2017 to support projects that honour Australia’s military history and personnel.

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  • Science in the Swamp boosts Wentworth involvement in 2017 National Science Week 12-20 August

    The fun and discovery of National Science Week in Wentworth just got better with Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust receiving $12,000 from the Australian Government to deliver its project ‘Science in the Swamp’.

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  • New funding for Arts & Cultural groups in Wentworth

    Focusing on regional tours and exhibitions, Wentworth organisations are encouraged to apply for Visions of Australia funding.

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  • Statement on Motion to Suspend Standing Orders - House of Representatives, Parliament House

    Bill Shorten has no respect for the taxpayer. In Parliament yesterday Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull described Bill Shorten as a hypocrite, pretending to represent workers while pushing policies that will make them worse off.

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Malcolm's Blog

Centennial Park to be assessed for inclusion on the National Heritage List

I’m proud that my Government has prioritised Centennial Park to be assessed for the National Heritage List. It’s a wonderful green space that we all treasure and one of the birthplaces of the nation.

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Remarks at the McGrath Foundation Pink Day High Tea

The McGrath Foundation has inspired generosity across the country. Lucy and I were delighted to join Glenn McGrath & his family at the Pink Test to support the extraordinary work of the McGrath Foundation in changing the lives of so many breast cancer patients and their families.

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5th January 2017,   No comments

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$117 million in new homelessness funding

Join Media Release - The Turnbull Coalition will deliver $117.2 million to support frontline services addressing homelessness.

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9th December 2016,   No comments
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NSW Community Resilience projects receive $1.55 million funding boost

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Member for Wentworth, has welcomed last week’s joint Commonwealth-State announcement of more than $1.55 million in project funding for 13 Community Resilience Innovation Program projects across NSW.

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24th January 2017,   No comments
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Health Star Ratings for Healthier Choices

The Health Star Rating (HSR) system is making it easier for more Australians to choose healthier foods. The latest phase of the HSR campaign aims to continue to raise awareness of the role the system can play as part of maintaining a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

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24th January 2017,   No comments
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Have your say on smart technology program

The $50 million Smart Cities and Suburbs Program will support projects that apply innovative technology and data solutions to fix local problems and make cities, suburbs and towns more liveable.

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21st December 2016,   No comments
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Coalition Government delivering on election commitments to Wentworth

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Member for Wentworth has today welcomed the release of the Coalition Government’s Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) which has recommitted funding for three local election commitments.

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20th December 2016,   No comments
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One year on, China-Australia FTA delivers for Wentworth

The Coalition Government is pursuing an ambitious trade agenda, and more agreements like ChAFTA, to create more opportunities for Wentworth to expand and employ more locals.

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19th December 2016,   No comments
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