Hon Judi Moylan


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Housing affordability has decreased under Labor

Wednesday’s release of the Real Estate Institute of Australia's Deposit Power Housing Affordability Report shows that, during the first quarter of 2010, housing affordability decreased across all Australian states and territories, with average household loan repayments surging $337 ov... ... (11-Jun)

What does the Mining Super Tax mean for your superannuation?

What does the Mining Super Tax mean for your superannuation? While its impact on the stock market was immediate, many superannuants have already seen the mere announcement of this tax wipe thousands of dollars from their superannuation. Many superannuation funds hold shares in... ... (04-Jun)

FOI laws fail those under flight paths

Speaking in the Parliament on a Bill to improve access to information under the Freedom of Information (FOI) legislation, the Hon Judi Moylan MP said: “It will take more than black letter law to ensure that citizens have access to information. It will take a shift in the mindset of th... ... (13-May)

No bang for budget buck in Pearce

With no serious reform, the people of Pearce will again miss out as a result of another big taxing, big spending Labor Budget. “The Government has not taken a single tough decision to rein in its reckless and wasteful spending,” the Hon Judi Moylan MP, Member for Pearce said today.... ... (12-May)

Perth-Darwin Highway deserves highest priority

“The most important road project in Western Australia” - That was the sentiment regarding the Perth-Darwin Highway at a meeting in the office of Hon Judi Moylan MP, Member for Pearce, today. Mrs Moylan and the Shadow Transport Minister Hon Warren Truss MP, Swan Hills MLA Frank Alba... ... (26-Mar)

Moylan meets Kids in the House

Logan Chilman of Henley Brook was one of a hundred Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Youth Ambassadors aged 3 to 40, all with type 1 diabetes, who converged on Canberra today to plead for continued government funding for type 1 diabetes research as part of JDRF’s Kids in the House... ... (18-Mar)

The Trade in Human Lives Continues

While human slavery was denounced more than 200 years ago, Brigadoon aid workers Norm and Adelia Bernard have witnessed how the trade in human lives continues. Speaking in the House of Representatives today on the Sexual Offences Against Children Bill 2010 the Hon Judi Moylan MP h... ... (09-Mar)

Nominations open for 2010 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science

The Hon Judi Moylan MP has urged the schools of Pearce to nominate its outstanding science teachers for the 2010 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science. The Australian Government awards five prizes annually for outstanding scientific achievements and excellence in science teaching. The... ... (02-Mar)

Dilemma or Deception?

Dilemma or deception? That is the question that needs to be asked about the Government’s spin on the recently released Intergenerational Report. The Government must stop portraying older Australians as a financial burden on the nation according to the Hon Judi Moylan MP, Member for Pe... ... (11-Feb)

Moylan urges residents to join battle against stroke

Hon Judi Moylan MP has urged Pearce residents to take personal action to reduce the devastating impact of stroke – Australia’s second biggest killer and a leading cause of disability. The Theme for World Stroke Day 2009 on October 29 is Stroke – what can I do? “With some 60,000 ... ... (27-Oct)

Moylan calls for Aircraft noise enquiry

The Hon Judi Moylan MP has called for an enquiry into the legislative arrangements governing Airports with particular reference to the establishment of an open and accountable public consultation process before changes are made to aircraft flight paths. Speaking on the Private Memb... ... (21-Oct)

People in Pearce to miss out on National Broadband Network

More than 12,000 residents in 21 Pearce communities would miss out under the Rudd government’s national broadband network broadband plan as it has been announced, said the Hon Judi Moylan MP. Speaking on the Telecommunications Legislation Amendment (National Broadband Network Meas... ... (15-Sep)

Reform to the financial sector needed to protect investors

The Hon Judi Moylan MP has called for reform to the financial sector to better protect the public in their dealings with banks, investment companies and financial advisers. Speaking on the Corporations Legislation Amendment (financial Services Modernisation) Bill 2009, Mrs Moylan c... ... (10-Sep)

Moylan calls for action on flight paths

In a speech in Parliament on Airport security, The Hon Judi Moylan MP has called on the Minister for Transport the Hon Anthony Albanese MP, who refuses to answer the public on questions of Air Services Australia’s recent changes to flight paths without prior warning to local residents... ... (10-Sep)

Tales of the Congo brought to Perth

Described as the "worst humanitarian disaster since World War II" by the International Rescue Committee, the Democratic Republic of Congo and its people face day-to-day challenges unheard of by Australians. In the midst of this conflict, HEAL Africa, a community organisation and ch... ... (03-Sep)

Higher education dreams in tatters

The Rudd Government shut down debate on its controversial Youth Allowance Bill in Parliament this week, which will leave many students in Pearce without the chance of attending University. “The Government had a chance to come out and rethink their policy in the Parliament this wee... ... (24-Aug)

Residents asked to complete new aircraft noise survey

The Member for Pearce the Hon Judi Moylan MP is inviting Hills residents to complete a survey form if they are concerned about aircraft noise. Survey forms were sent out to residents in the Hills areas and completed forms are already being returned to Mrs Moylan’s office. Following ... ... (19-Aug)

HIGHER EDUCTION DREAMS IN TATTERS

The Rudd Government shut down debate on its controversial Youth Allowance Bill in Parliament this week, which will leave many students in Pearce without the chance of attending University. “The Government had a chance to come out and rethink their policy in the Parliament this wee... ... (19-Aug)

Political ‘Stuntsmanship’ Threatens Renewable Energy Future

The Hon Judi Moylan MP, Federal Member for Pearce has called on the Government to stop playing political games with the environment. “The Government had originally tied the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Amendment Bill which will increase the use of renewable energy in Australia to 2... ... (17-Aug)

Moylan Gets into Gear for Road Works

The urgent issue of the condition of the Great Eastern Highway was discussed today in a meeting called by Mr Frank Alban MLA, Member for Swan Hills, at the office of the Hon Judi Moylan MP, Federal Member for Pearce. Mrs Moylan was in attendance along with the Shire of Mundaring and r... ... (22-Jul)

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