Coulton’s Catch Up 27th April

Tax-deductible donations to hundreds of environmental groups will be scrutinised in a new inquiry by a Federal Government House of Representatives Environment Committee. The committee has launched an inquiry into the administration, transparency and effectiveness of the Register of Environmental Organisations (the Register) in supporting practical action to improve the environment. The committee looks forward…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 20th April

One of the most rewarding aspects of being a Federal MP is meeting and working with inspirational people. Recently I had the privilege of becoming the first supporter to sign up to Kelly Foran’s Friendly Faces’ fundraising campaign. Kelly, who lives in Maules Creek, has faced many adversities in her life. In 2002 she was…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 13th April

On 25th April Australians will commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Gallipoli landings during the First World War and honour the sacrifices of those service personnel who helped forge our national identity. This Anzac Day Australians are also being asked to spare a thought for our current serving personnel and recently returned veterans who have…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 6th April

Our tax system was built in the 1950s and it is time that we have a discussion as a nation about what changes should be introduced to make sure that we can keep up with the times. Globalisation and the digital economy have transformed the way that we do business. Our reliance on income tax…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 6th April

 Our tax system was built in the 1950s and it is time that we have a discussion as a nation about what changes should be introduced to make sure that we can keep up with the times. Globalisation and the digital economy have transformed the way that we do business. Our reliance on income tax…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 30th March

 Sport plays an important part in the lives of Australians and being active is an essential part of leading a healthy lifestyle. The Australian Government currently spends about $100 million a year on various initiatives to encourage participation in sports. The sports sector also generates nearly $13 billion in income every year and employs more…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 30th March

Sport plays an important part in the lives of Australians and being active is an essential part of leading a healthy lifestyle. The Australian Government currently spends about $100 million a year on various initiatives to encourage participation in sports. The sports sector also generates nearly $13 billion in income every year and employs more…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 23rd March

 The Coalition is carrying through on our commitment to reduce red tape and compliance burden for business and industry. The issue of red tape is one that I have dealt with myself as a farmer and it is a subject that is frequently brought to my attention throughout the Electorate. The Federal Government has committed…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 16th March

 The Coalition is delivering on its promise to legislate a 1500 Gigalitre buyback cap as a part of the management of the Murray Darling Basin. Legislating the buyback cap was a promise made by the Prime Minister prior to the last election. This legislation will deliver further certainty to farmers and irrigators in the Basin.…

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Coulton’s Catch Up 9th March

 The Intergenerational Report is a document prepared by Treasury officials to advise the Government and the Australian people of how our economy, population and national budget will change over the next 40 years. There has been a general awareness of our ageing population and the challenges presented by the ageing boom. The Intergenerational Report brings…

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