Coulton’s catch-up for week ending 28 October

$31 million in additional funding for veteran mental health The Nationals-Liberal Government will provide an additional $31 million to support veterans’ mental health as part of its response to the Senate Inquiry into veterans’ suicide. We best honour the diggers of 1917 by ensuring our veterans in 2017 receive the support they need and deserve.…

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Coulton’s catch-up for week ending Oct 21

300,000 small businesses benefit from instant asset write-off Almost 300,000 Australian small businesses have taken advantage of the Nationals-Liberal Government’s instant asset write-off according to 2015-16 tax office data. The instant asset write-off is directly helping small business bottom lines and improving cash flow for small business which means more investment in local communities, higher…

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Better safety and security for remote health workers in Electorate of Parkes

Nurses and other health professionals in the Electorate of Parkes will benefit from the Federal Coalition Government’s investment in training and support for health professionals working in the bush, with more than $250,000 being provided to develop training to improve personal safety and security.   The Member for Parkes, Mark Coulton, said the announcement of the…

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Coulton’s Catch-up for week ending 14 October

Digital assistants helping people complete claims online New digital assistants on the Department of Human Services’ website are answering simple questions and helping people complete their claims for family and student payments online so people don’t have to pick up the phone. Digital assistant ‘Sam’ is one component of the Government’s $1 billion investment in…

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