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We are out and about in Capricornia talking with locals about their issues and viewpoints.  We want be be sure the Capricornia Electorate knows Labor is listening.

DOUBLE DISSOLUTION - THE CHANCE TO SEND THE PM A MESSAGE

Labor’s candidate for Capricornia, Leisa Neaton, is ready to proceed to the polls, following news of Malcolm Turnbull’s plan to call a double dissolution election if legislation isn’t passed in the senate.

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DOUBLE DISSOLUTION - THE CHANCE TO SEND THE PM A MESSAGE

Labor’s candidate for Capricornia, Leisa Neaton, is ready to proceed to the polls, following news of Malcolm Turnbull’s plan to call a double dissolution election if legislation isn’t passed in the senate.

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Harmony Day Pledge

We, the people of the Capricorn Coast, stand together for Harmony Day 2016. We believe that a unified community is essential for peace, happiness and prosperity.

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Casualisation - a scurge of the modern workplace

Worker exploitation is on the rise in Central Queensland.  That’s the claim made by Leisa Neaton, the Labor Candidate for Capricornia.  Mrs Neaton claims that when she talks to people across the Capricornia electorate the threat to job security imposed by casualisation is raised again and again.

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Education is an Investment we must make

Targeted school resourcing to support students with high  levels of need is critical to closing the achievement gap.  Only Labor will invest in the education system that our children, and our country, needs for the future. Labor’s plan includes needs-based funding loadings for:

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ROCKHAMPTON TO LAUNCH LABOR CITIES LISTENING TOUR

With an empty chair in the place of a Minister for Cities, now more than ever it is important to be talking about our regional cities. Unlike the government, Labor is getting on the ground in regional cities to listen to the urban policy challenges facing them.

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