Casey Youth Pride

Dec 16, 2014


46 students from 45 local schools were last night recognised at the 2014 Holt Community Spirit and Leadership Awards held at the Cranbourne Community Theatre.

The Awards Ceremony, attended by over 250 people included award recipients, parents, teachers and family members was conducted by Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt.

“These awards recognise the outstanding contribution made by the students and the difference their hard work and dedication has made to their schools and the wider community” said Mr Byrne.

“On Monday night we heard outstanding stories of students going above and beyond to help others including from Casey Lowan who has been a key member of the “Helping Hands” catering group at Narre Warren South P-12 College. Casey was also involved in the “Walk for Andrea” – a VCAL fundraising walk from Narre Warren South to Flinders St Station spanning 48km, which raised over $5000 for Breast Cancer Awareness’, said Mr Byrne.

“There were many other impressive stories including Daniel Lightowler from Clyde Primary School who this year his dedication towards the community has shone through. Daniel is a member of the local scout group and the Clyde CFA,’ said Mr Byrne.

“Another example was sisters Rachel and Kelly Jones from Beaconhills College who in response to their, much loved PE Teacher, Scott McConchie, fighting terminal brain tumors; Rachel and Kelly completed a 20 km walk in around three and half hours, raising about $1700 through sponsorship. Sadly, Scott has since passed, nut he has been and will continue to be an inspiration to both Rachel and Kelly,’ said Mr Byrne.

“The Holt Community Spirit and Leadership Awards is an event which is run annually to celebrate the positive contributions young people have made in the local community” said Mr Byrne.

“It was a great honour to present these awards on behalf of the community. I am very proud of the local community and the inspirational efforts of our kids who are making our community a better place”, said Mr Byrne.

The gift voucher that recipients received was donated by the Westfield Fountain Gate Shopping Centre.

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Full List of Recipients:

Alkira Secondary College Jorja Henry
Beaconhills College Village Campus Rachel & Kelly Jones
Berwick Fields Primary School Jaden Essex-Ball
Berwick Secondary College Mikayla Vincent
Casey Grammar School William Banks
Chalcot Lodge Primary School Keenan Ferguson
Clyde Primary School Daniel Lightowler
Coral Park Primary School Ky-ya Ward
Courtenay Gardens Primary School Tiarna Owen
Cranbourne East Primary School Steven Julien
Cranbourne East Secondary College Antuon Fau
Cranbourne Primary School Jade Toleafoa
Cranbourne West Primary School Ajok Malou
Dandenong Valley School Rhys Hope
Doveton College Natalie Puroku
Fleetwood Primary School Alix Rozynski
Fountain Gate Primary School Darcy Gibbs
Fountain Gate Secondary College Zulaikha Noor
Gleneagles Secondary College Awais Ahmed
Haileybury College Edrington Jack Forte
Hallam Senior Secondary College Taylah Budd
Hampton Park Primary School Saige Dupuy
Hillsmeade Primary School Maddison Howard
Kambrya College Raymond Murray
Kilberry Valley Primary School Brayden Hogan
Lynbrook Primary School Jasmine Barros
Lyndhurst Primary School Chelsea Tanti
Lyndhurst Secondary College Rhys Johnston
Maramba Primary School Madeline Vivian
Marnebek School Cranbourne Thomas Schmutter
Mary Mackilliop Primary School Jessica Cunningham
Mossgiel Park Primary School Mitchell Johnston-Young
Narre Warren North Primary School Abbey Thomas
Narre Warren South P-12 College Casey Lowen
Nossal High School Lillian Charman
Rangebank Primary School Abigail Eldridge
Southern Cross Primary School Bailey Conlan
St Agatha’s Primary School Jordan White
St Catherine’s Catholic School Courtney McLeish
St Francis de Sales Primary School Ashley Betreen
St Kevin’s Primary School Janidu Sampathawaduge
St Michael’s Catholic School Allison Hibbert
St Paul Apostle South Primary School Jerome Labutte
St Peter’s College Cranbourne West Dominic Williams
Thomas Mitchell Primary School Luke Gablek

headspace for Fountain Gate Opening Soon

Dec 12, 2014


Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, visited the new headspace for Fountain Gate today to inspect building works. He was joined by Anne Peek and Christine Crosbie representing the South Eastern Melbourne Medicare Local, the agency managing the headspace and youth advocate Amanda Carron.

Building works at the headspace for Fountain Gate located at 66 Victor Crescent, Narre Warren, will be finished before the end of the year. The facility will be fully operational on Tuesday 6 January 2015. In a rapidly growing community headspace Fountain Gate will provide health advice to young people aged 12-25 encountering mental health difficulties and challenges.
An official opening will take place in February 2015, however local young people will be able to visit the centre to receive mental health support from 6 January 2015.

“After a long community campaign led by Casey’s youth it is exciting that a large headspace centre will be fully operational in January 2015. Casey’s Youth should be proud of their campaign for this much needed service for the local community. Many young people go through some challenging times but to have a local mental health centre that can provide support and assistance to our rapidly growing youth population is vitally important. It is important that the families are aware of this facility in Fountain Gate, which will be of great value to young people in our region,’ said Mr Byrne.


OPENS: Tuesday 6th January 2015
ADDRESS: 66 Victor Cresent, Narre Warren

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Ruth & Jenny’s Christmas Lights Display

Dec 2, 2014


Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, was honoured to attend the switching on of Ruth Murray & Jenny Colvin’s Christmas Lights Display at 62 Power Rd, Doveton on Monday night.

Over 150 people attended the local barbecue on Monday night and were entertained by wonderful live music and the switching on of their amazing Christmas lights display.

For 15 years Ruth & Jenny have thrilled thousands of children with their amazing Christmas Lights display in Doveton.

However, all good things must come to an end. This will be the final year of this iconic display.

Ruth and Jenny’s story is an incredible one. In 2000, Jenny and her husband, who sadly is no longer with us, were in a band called Country Pride. They used to go round the community and raise funds for organisations, including the Dandenong Hospital. Due to the large amount of money that was raised, Jenny became the No. 1 torchbearer for the City of Casey and ran in the name of the famous Australian Olympian and middle distance runner Edwin Flack.

Ruth and Jenny have lived in the Doveton community since 1979. For over 15 years, Ruth and Jenny have run an annual Christmas barbecue for neighbours, local community members, family and old friends at their home in Doveton.

Ruth started this Christmas lights display by simply putting up an angel on the front of her house. Once kids came to have a look, she started welding new objects in front of the house so that kids could come over and even climb on them if they wished.

The pair put on Christmas lights for the local community at their house, every year. Thousands of people come to see the lights and feel the sense of community created by this event.

“It is a true honour to attend the final year of Ruth & Jenny’s Christmas Light’s Display. Ruth & Jenny have gone above and beyond to help locals in need in Doveton enjoy the true spirit of Christmas. It may be the last year but their Christmas Light’s displays will never be forgotten. I encourage all local residents to view the Christmas Light’s display for one final time this year in the lead up to Christmas,’ said Mr Byrne.


Ruth and Jenny have brought hope and cheer to so many over the years.

Come and join Ruth & Jenny one last time and celebrate these remarkable Christmas Lights this year.

DATES: 1st-25th December 2014
ADDRESS: 62 Power St, Doveton
COST: Free to attend

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New Petrol Tax Hits City of Casey Residents

Nov 17, 2014


Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, and Luke Donnellan MP, State Member for Narre Warren North, visited a major South Eastern Service Station to raise their concerns about the increase in the fuel excise that came into force last week, which will place an additional Cost of Living burden on residents living in the City of Casey.

From Monday 10th November 2014, local residents in the South Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne will pay more for petrol because of the Abbott Coalition Government’s new $2.2 billion petrol tax.

Despite promising no new or increased taxes before the last election, Prime Minister Tony Abbott is making local residents pay more petrol tax.

The Abbott Coalition Government has snuck this tax hike through, bypassing Parliament to ensure the petrol tax goes up and up and up.

The indexation of the petrol tax to CPI by the Abbott Coalition Government means Australians will pay around $19 billion more for petrol over the next decade.

Within the next five years, the average Australian will be paying at least an extra $135 for petrol per car every single year because of this new tax from Prime Minister Tony Abbott. So a three car household could pay an additional $405 per year.

‘Casey Residents are already struggling to make ends meet with the cost of living – the last thing they need is to pay more tax every time they fill up the car’, said Mr Byrne.

‘This tax hurts those who live in the outer suburbs the most. Trades people, construction workers, small business operators, manufacturing workers and families that need their cards to travel,’ said Mr Byrne.

‘This new growth tax is a direct attack on working families in the Casey region’, said Mr Byrne.

“Denis Napthine’s Liberal Government has raised the cost of driving above inflation, with registration now averaging around $750 per year”, said Mr Donnellan.

“At the same time as Tony Abbott raises the cost of petrol and Denis Napthine raises the cost of rego, less is being spent on upgrading our roads,” said Mr Donnellan.

“Only Labor will invest $1 billion in a suburban roads fund to upgrade roads which have been neglected by the Liberals,” said Mr Donnellan.

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Noble Prize in Physics goes to the inventors of blue LED

Oct 17, 2014


Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, caught up with Svetlana Zatsepin and Alex Zatsepin from Coolon LED Lighting today to celebrate the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2014 being awarded to Isamu Akasaki (Meijo University, Nagoya, Japan and Nagoya University, Japan), Hiroshi Amano (Nagoya University, Japan) and Shuji Nakamura (University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA) for the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes, which has enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources.

According to the Royal Swedish Academy of Science Press Release dated 7 October 2014:

“This year’s Nobel Laureates are rewarded for having invented a new energy-efficient and environment-friendly light source – the blue light-emitting diode (LED). In the spirit of Alfred Nobel the Prize rewards an invention of greatest benefit to mankind; using blue LEDs, white light can be created in a new way. With the advent of LED lamps we now have more long-lasting and more efficient alternatives to older light sources.”

“Many people are familiar with Moore’s Law, which is an observation that the complexity and performance of electronics doubles roughly every 1.5 to 2 years,” said Alex Zatsepin, Technical Director at Coolon LED Lighting. “This cannot continue indefinitely, due to the physical limitations of the dimensions to which components can be shrunk. The invention of new materials, in particular gallium nitride (GaN), which made the blue LED possible, allows electronics to move beyond Moore’s Law to enable better performance and innovation. It creates new opportunities that were unimaginable a few years ago.”

Australia remains at the forefront of the LED revolution. Residing locally in Hallam, Coolon LED Lighting, a leading Australian manufacturing company that produces world class LED lighting products, was particularly delighted to commemorate the Nobel Prize committee’s appreciation of research that is fundamental to advancing Coolon’s core vision of creating efficient, long-lasting and environment-friendly LED lighting.

Formed in Oakleigh in 2001, Coolon moved and expanded its R&D and manufacturing facilities to Hallam and currently employs over 40 personnel. Coolon invested heavily into R&D in order to utilize high quality LEDs to produce highly reliably performing products. The products from this research are now used on a daily basis around the world. Coolon’s LED lights are highly electronically sophisticated; in fact, they are probably closer to computers in complexity then they are to any conventional lamps. To compete successfully in the global market, Coolon LED Lighting is constantly improving and adapting its products to ensure it remains ahead of its competitors.

Coolon LED Lighting’s clients include mining companies, architectural firms and local governments like the Melbourne City Council, where its lights have been installed into many public projects. Coolon has been involved in Australia’s largest and most prominent projects, some of which have won industry awards, and have been recognized on the world scale.

By redirecting their expertise towards mining and heavy industrial applications, Coolon was able to create a range of industrial products that are now well known and globally recognized for being virtually indestructible. Coolon has since become an established supplier to many international mining leaders like BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Glencore, AngloAmerican, Barrick, and Xstrata, to name a few. The release of their first industrial product coincided with the GFC; however, during these tremendously challenging times, Coolon’s high performing products were sought by mining companies which helped Coolon to sustain stable growth, while ensuring mining companies by substantially reduced their lighting maintenance costs.

“It is wonderful to visit Coolon LED Lighting and celebrate the news that the 2014 Noble Prize in Physics was awarded to the inventors of blue LED. Coolon LED Lighting is an innovative local manufacturing company that produces high quality and world leading LED Lighting products. It is imperative that we support local manufacturers like Coolon into the future”, said Mr Byrne.

“When Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura produced bright blue light beams from their semi-conductors in the early 1990s, they triggered a fundamental transformation of lighting technology. Red and green diodes had been around for a long time but without blue light, white lamps could not be created. Despite considerable efforts, both in the scientific community and in industry, the blue LED had remained a challenge for three decades.

They succeeded where everyone else had failed. Akasaki worked together with Amano at the University of Nagoya, while Nakamura was employed at Nichia Chemicals, a small company in Tokushima. Their inventions were revolutionary. Incandescent light bulbs lit the 20th century; the 21st century will be lit by LED lamps.

White LED lamps emit a bright white light, are long-lasting and energy-efficient. They are constantly improved, getting more efficient with higher luminous flux (measured in lumen) per unit electrical input power (measured in watt). The most recent record is just over 300 lm/W, which can be compared to 16 for regular light bulbs and close to 70 for fluorescent lamps. As about one fourth of world electricity consumption is used for lighting purposes, the LEDs contribute to saving the Earth’s resources. Materials consumption is also diminished as LEDs last up to 100,000 hours, compared to 1,000 for incandescent bulbs and 10,000 hours for fluorescent lights.

The LED lamp holds great promise for increasing the quality of life for over 1.5 billion people around the world who lack access to electricity grids: due to low power requirements it can be powered by cheap local solar power.

The invention of the blue LED is just twenty years old, but it has already contributed to create white light in an entirely new manner to the benefit of us all.”

“The invention of blue LEDs is a tremendous achievement in its own right, but the impact of this technology will reach much further,” said Mr Zatsepin.

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2014 Mental Health Week

Oct 10, 2014


Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, caught up with Jessica White & Fawn Brady from Kane’s Crusade today on World Mental Health Day to promote Mental Health Week, which is the week of 5-11 October 2014.

With almost half of Australians experiencing mental illness at some point in their lives it is wonderful to have so many local groups such as Kane’s Crusade, Beehive, Angel Light Link, Coming Together to Prevent Youth Suicide & Windermere providing much needed support for people either suffering from a mental illness or going through difficult times. Locals groups that complement the work of national organisations like Lifeline and Headspace are important in providing much needed mental health support, especially for our young people.

“On behalf of the local community I want to thank all our local community groups and volunteers involved in mental health groups such as Kane’s Crusade, Beehive, Angel Light Link, Coming Together to Prevent Youth Suicide & Windermere who provide a vital service for our community during times of need,’ said Mr Byrne.


Kane’s Crusade plans to help change the stigma that is attached to depression/mental illness in our community and around the world for those suffering this debilitating illness. They want people to openly say they are not ok and try to seek help.

Kane’s Crusade plan to raise/seek funds so programs can be put in place around Australia in Schools, community groups, workplace environments and social settings to address the signs, symptoms and treatment of Depression. They hope to provide past survivor’s stories of overcoming depression. They aim to conduct motivational talks with students and workplaces to acknowledge the stigma and try to shift the negative perception of depression in the community. They aim to do this by providing workplaces with appropriate training in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills training (ASIST) and Motivational Depression awareness talks to management and the Work forces, community/sporting group, School etc. so that they can recognise the signs of depression before it the illness becomes too progressive.

Kane’s Crusade also has a plan to build an ALIVE CENTRE – a centre for recovery and rehabilitation for depression suffers.

To find out more about Kane’s Crusade please visit: or email [email protected]


Beehive is a not-for-profit organisation aimed at implementing structured programs to help our youth in the ages of 13-21 by developing coping strategies, and help develop self-esteem and confidence through life skills that focus on work ethic, motivation, and goal setting.

Beehive’s primary focus will be on Australia’s 3000+ junior sporting organisations – with over 1 million teenagers playing sport. Supported by just under 1 million parent helpers.

What does Beehive do?

– The Hive: The Hive is an off-field leadership program that encourages players to become more involved in the running of their club.
– The Buzz: The Buzz is a program aimed to help parents in junior sport to be good role models, and build a culture that encourages fair play, inclusiveness and a safe environment for children to enjoy their sport and develop self-esteem and confidence.
– The Edge: The Edge is our cornerstone program – run in various formats (over a full day, 2 half days or 8 one hour sessions. The Edge is about teaching our youth basic life skills and coping strategies that can be applied in sport, school and life.

To find out more please contact Mark Haughton 0452 205 929.


Angel Light Link focuses on the care and support of young women who are at-risk or who are struggling with issues such as poor body image, eating disorders, sexual abuse, depression, peer pressure and low self-esteem. As an organisation inspired by values of integrity, compassion and excellence, our purpose is to help prevent harmful or abusive behaviours and to provide information, counselling and support to young women in need.

What does Angel Light Link?

– The All About You 8 week program, ideal for students in Year Seven & Eight, covers one 45 minute session a week for eight weeks and can be used in school during class or lunch time.
– Angel Light Link runs workshops which are an extension of the All About You Program. These workshops are run during class time and provide schools with an opportunity to allow a large number of girls to participate in the program by running multiple sessions of one or more workshops. The workshops are designed to run for 90 – 120 minutes.

To find out more please contact Sally McCracken on 9796 5054.


Coming Together to Prevent Youth Suicide is Facebook Page of around 20,000 members that provides a supportive community, which is primarily about peer-to-peer support, with adult moderators (list at the end of this post) who provide additional support and protect the safety of members on the page.

To find out more about Coming Together to Prevent Youth Suicide please visit:


Suicide Prevention Program workshops:

General Awareness Session

This is a community awareness session and is ideal for schools, parents and others in the broader community. This one-hour presentation by a qualified facilitator is your ‘first step’ into the topic of suicide, aimed at encouraging you to consider your attitudes and gaining an understanding of the facts. You will get to explore the evidence, myths, attitudes and risk factors, and have a chance to ask questions both during the session and after.

LivingWorks Safe TALK

This workshop is for both young people and adults. Over half a day (four hours) two qualified facilitators will share a series of DVD clips with you, followed by discussion, questions and role play. You will also receive a pocket card to take away with you outlining some basic steps to saving lives, and the contact details of people who can help if you come across someone who is suicidal. You will learn how to:

– recognise a person’s distress and the ways they ask for help without actually asking
– respond to the warning signs (and why it’s ok to get it wrong)
– apply some basic Safe TALK skills including telling them that you have noticed, ask if they have considered suicide, listen to what they say and, if you are a young person, involve a trusted adult to help keep them safe, and link them to professional help.

LivingWorks Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)

This workshop is suitable for everyone in the community, as long as you are at least 15 years of age. Over two days you will learn how to become ‘suicide alert’ and what to do to help prevent someone from acting on suicidal thoughts. You will:

– have a chance to reflect on attitudes and how this affects our ability to intervene
– explore the behaviours, expressions and feelings of someone at risk of suicide
– learn specific strategies, what to say and what not to say, and what you need to do (suicide first aid)
share ‘helper self-care tips’ with other participants.

To find out more about Windermere please call 9705 3200.


Mental Health Week is an opportunity to raise awareness and take action on the issue that affects 1 in 4 young Australians. Below are five ways that people could get involved with headspace activities during Mental Health Week:

1. headspace Stories video series
We’ve launched a new video series with young people sharing their stories of going through a tough time and seekign help. Watch the first two video storieswith Rania from Canberra and Nick from Melbourne.

2. ABC Mental As Campaign
headspace is a proud partner of ABC’s Mental As campaign for Mental Health Week. During the week ABC will host a series of shows and events focusing on mental health.

3. headspace centre events
During the week our 70 headspace centres across the country will be holding local events. Find your nearest centre to see what they’re up to.

4. Zip It on Mental Health Day
On World Mental Health Day October 10 we are encouraging people to pledge their voice and stay silent for up to 24 hours. The aim of Zip It is to raise awareness and funds for mental health organisations including headspace. Find out more and register for Zip It 2014 here

5. Yarn Safe Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander campaign
headspace recently launched a youth-led campaign aimed at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Young people. Take time during Mental Health Week to check out the campaign and how it was put together by 12 deadly young people from across Australia.

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Responding to the Endeavour Hills Incident – Wed 24 Sept 2014

Sep 24, 2014

“Bringing our community together” – Interview with Leigh Sales on the 7:30 Report.

Statement by Anthony Byrne MP regarding the incident at the Endeavour Hills Police Station last night.

Record attendance at the 2014 Doveton Show

Sep 23, 2014


On Sunday 21st September 2014, Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, along with Cr Geoff Abblett, Mayor of the City of Casey, officially opened the 10th Annual Doveton Show at Myuna Farm.

Held on a Sunday each year at the same time as the Royal Melbourne Show, the Doveton Show has been an exceptionally successful community-driven initiative, attracting a record 20,000 attendees this year. The Doveton Show showcases the very best of the Doveton Eumemmerring community and provides a low-cost alternative to the Melbourne Show, as the entry fee is still only two dollars.

The Doveton Show is a full day event that is well supported by local community members and features a variety of activities including:

• music and dance performances;
• an animal nursery;
• amusements and rides;
• face painting;
• sporting activities;
• historical engine displays;
• show bags;
• market stalls;
• art and craft
• displays and workshops;
• food stalls;
• train rides

Anthony Byrne MP said: “This year’s Doveton Show at Myuna Farm was brilliant as Doveton Pride came to the fore. Huge crowds, great entertainment and fantastic activities made it a wonderful day for everyone. One of the highlights from the show was seeing one of the icons of Myuna Farm, Joey the Sulphur Crested Cockatoo.”

“I wish to congratulate the Doveton Show events committee including Myuna Farm Manager Mr Steve Hill on holding such a marvellous show this year. And I wish to thank all the dedicated group of volunteers for their work in making the show run so smoothly on such a beautiful day,” said Mr Byrne.

According to the Doveton Show committee, “the Doveton Show was held for the first time on September 25th 2005. Event organizers were confident of attracting at least 1,000 and were hopeful that they might get as many as 2,000 people through the doors. Hopes were exceeded with over 5,000 people flocking to Myuna Farm, from as far as Nyora and Keilor.”

Media Enquires: Daniel White (03) 9796 7533.

Anthony Byrne MP accepts Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

Sep 1, 2014


Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, last Saturday was nominated by local resident Julie Paull to complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Julie’s husband Rex Paull recently passed away from Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
According to Julie Paull, ‘MND is the most horrible of diseases a person can get it robs you of the ability to Move Speak Eat And eventually Breathe. Our lives were forever changed with the three little letters MND. There is no cure and no treatment.’

‘I wish to thank Anthony Byrne MP and also the Casey Community who have been very supportive for example the Cranbourne 1st Scout division did the challenge last Friday in honour or my husband as have several local and non-local people,’ said Ms Paull.

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a neurological disease that affects over 350,000 of the world’s population, and kills over 100,000 every year. MNDAV produces a range of information and resources to assist and inform people living with MND, carers, families, friends and health professionals.

The Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS/MND is a social media campaign that was initiated by Pete Frates, a former Boston College captain who is living with motor neurone disease (MND) in the US. Since Peter Frates posted his challenge online, the Ice Bucket Challenge quickly went viral and is now spreading across Australia’s MND, sporting and entertainment communities.

“I only accepted this challenge after I received Julie’s message nominating me and hearing the tragic story of Julie’s husband who she lost due to MND. I accepted the challenge to assist Julie in raising awareness of MND and to let Julie and her family know how much I appreciate their courage and their efforts to combat MND,’ said Mr Byrne.

After undertaking the challenge Anthony Byrne MP nominated Kevin Rudd, Charlie Rimmer – Manager of Westfield Fountain Gate & Kirk Edwards – CEO of Village Cinemas – Exhibition.

To donate to Julie’s MND team directly visit

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