National Youth Week 2015 at Headspace Narre Warren

Apr 14, 2015

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Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, visited Headspace Narre Warren as part of National Youth Week with a number of Casey’s young leaders.

As part of National Youth Week Anthony Byrne MP convened a meeting with representatives of Casey’s Youth that included Dani Rothwell, Amanda Carron, Adam Sullivan, Faisal Najibi, Syed Najibi, Mujeeb Najibi and Bao Truong, to receive a briefing from the staff at Headspace Narre Warren on how this local youth mental health service can assist Casey’s youth.

The ages of between 15 and 24 years are a crucial time in the development of a young person. It coincides with the peak onset of serious mental illness, including a first episode of psychosis. According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, mental illness accounts for 50 per cent of the total disease burden among young people aged 12 to 25 years in Australia, and 75 per cent of mental disorders will have developed by the age of 25. Therefore, concerted efforts focusing on early identification and effective intervention have now become an increasing public health priority, not only for Australia but throughout the world.

In light of this it is important that we now have a Headspace in Narre Warren that will provide youth mental health advice, support and information to young people aged 12-25 years. There are approximately 60,000 young people in the Casey region. Headspace Narre Warren also provides early-psychosis treatment EPPIC or a Helping Young People Early (HYPE) service to young people. EPPIC is a world renowned model of specialised early intervention in psychosis care, first developed by Professor Patrick McGorry, former Australian of the Year, at Orygen Youth Health in 1992. Headspace Narre Warren will hold its grand opening shortly. After a long community campaign it is fantastic that the facility will be fully operational.

“National Youth Week is a great week to meet with young people. Casey’s youth have been instrumental in campaigning for Headspace Narre Warren. It is vital they understand what the facility has to offer so they can spread the word about the great benefits of this Headspace for local young people in our community,’ said Mr Byrne.

National Youth Week (NYW) is the largest celebration of young people in Australia. Thousands of young people aged 12-25 from across Australia are involved in NYW each year. This is the perfect opportunity for young Australians to embrace the 2015 theme of It starts with us and jump on board the most epic celebration of young people in Australia.

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Restoring Funding to the Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service

Apr 13, 2015

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Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, visited the Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service today to discuss with Lisa Gross and Vina Fernandez the reinstatement of Legal Service Funding for the next two years for the centre.

“We welcome the recent announcement by the Federal Attorney General to reinstate legal service funding of $200,000 for the Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service for the next two years to allow the Narre Warren office to keep operating. However, while the Federal Government has restored legal service funding for this centre for the next two years the cuts to the centre’s financial counselling service still remain. This has led to the loss of three experienced financial counsellors that have provided much needed support to the local community. We will continue the campaign to have all the funding restored to the Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service,” said Mr Byrne.

The reinstatement of funding of $100,000 per year for two years to the Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service comes after a successful petition signed by 469 people that was tabled in the Federal Parliament by Anthony Byrne MP, that raised the concern that the cut in funding will lead to a loss of 1,144 hours of managerial work per year and would undermine the current assistance it provides to over 1,500 local people—mainly women—with family violence issues per year.

Federal Labor calls on Senator Brandis to fully reverse these unnecessary cuts to legal assistance funding to community legal centres. Senator Brandis may have restored some of the funding increase Labor gave to Community Legal Centres in 2013, but he has not backed away from the $6 million cut in the last Budget.

The uncertainty created by these cuts means Community Legal Centres in our region have already lost experienced staff and reduced the services they provide.

‘These services offered by the Casey Cardinia Legal Service are absolutely essential’, said Mr Byrne.

The funding of $400,000 over four years that was allocated back in 2013 under Labor to keep the Narre Warren office operating had been cut by the Abbott Government in last year’s Budget but that funding has now been restored to keep this vital legal service in our rapidly growing community operating. The aim now is to have funding restored to the Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service’s financial counselling program that had provided vital assistance to hundreds of people suffering from financial difficulty in the local community.

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City of Casey Australia Day Study Tour students visit the Australian Parliament

Mar 20, 2015

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Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, met with 2015 City of Casey Australia Day Study Tour students this week during their visit to the Australian Parliament in Canberra.

“I had a great discussion with a group of ten of Casey’s future leaders who were chosen by the City of Casey to be members of the Australia Day Study Tour this year. We discussed the future of the Australian Economy, the role of leadership in Australian politics and local traffic congestion issues. These young leaders impressed me with their detailed thoughtful questions and their concerns for the community. Their parents and their community should be proud of them,” said Mr Byrne.

The City of Casey Australia Day Study Tour enables participating Year 11 students the opportunity to observe the workings of Local, State and Federal Government in Australia.

The Federal component of the tour is conducted over five days and features a three-day visit to Canberra where students meet Federal Members of Parliament, tour Parliament House, attend Question Time, and potentially meet the Prime Minister.

This year’s members included:

Leia Burrough from Cranbourne East Secondary College
Trent Buxton from Kambrya College
Arashdeep Dhaliwal from St Margaret’s School
Miriam Fares from Gleneagles Secondary College
Jasmine Gonzalez from Fountain Gate Secondary College
Liam Jolliffe from Cranbourne East Secondary College
Lauren Murrant from Kambrya College
Jarrod O’Donnell from Gleneagles Secondary College
Thomas Velican from Nossal High School
Olumide Yinka-Kehinde from Gleneagles Secondary College

“I wish to congratulate the City of Casey on running this successful program on an annual basis and I look forward to further engagement with the study tour students during the year,” said Mr Byrne.

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2015 Holt Australia Day Awards

Jan 26, 2015

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Anthony Byrne MP, Federal Member for Holt, honoured 30 outstanding individuals and eight local organisations for their contribution to our community on Australia Day.

The 2015 Holt Australia Day Awards were presented at the Day of Nations celebrations in Hampton Park with a large crowd of families and friends turning out to support the recipients.

‘Australia Day is a wonderful day when we can recognise those people who contribute to the community and make our community a better place’, said Mr Byrne.

The 2014 Holt Australia Day Awards were an opportunity to recognise people like TeHeapera Nikora who has been involved in the Centre for Multicultural Youth. TeHeapera is of Maori heritage and is committed to improving the perception of young people within her community in Melbourne and demonstrating cultural pride.

Not only is TeHeapera a full time Carer for her Mother but in addition to these duties she remains active in her community, something she has been doing since a young age.
Due to her passions, creative ideas, and energy, TeHeapera then became employed by the Centre for Multicultural Youth as a youth facilitator for one year in 2013-2014 on a weekly basis where she co-facilitated community consultations amongst young people of diverse backgrounds, a weekly local action group and developed practical projects in the City of Casey around social cohesion. These included a sports day in partnership with schools and a short film available through social media.

Also amongst the Award Recipients were Pastors Graham & Julie Shand who have been Senior Pastors for over 25 years. During this time they have planted three churches, and currently serve as Senior Pastors at the Casey Life Church in Hampton Park.

Each year both Graham & Julie help to organise a number of local community events such as the Carols by Candlelight in Hampton Park. These holy Carols are held at the Cairns Rd Reserve in Hampton Park each year and thousands of people come to enjoy a wonderful night of music and entertainment. Senior pastors Graham and Julie Shand are passionate about reaching out to the community, and under their leadership the church welcomes everyone with open arms.

Another recipient worthy of mention is Tim Howell who joined the SES 15 years ago in the Nunawading Unit before moving to the Narre Warren Unity 6 years ago where after only 1 year he was appointed controller, a position he continued to hold for 2 ½ years.

After some time off Tim returned to the Narre Warren SES Unit and now serves as the Deputy Controller of Administration, a position he has held for the last 12 months.

In 2012 Tim was awarded the National Emergency Medal for his role as an SES Volunteer in the Black Saturday Bushfires in Kinglake and for a local fire in Narre Warren
In addition to volunteering with the SES, Tim works for Vic Roads as part of the emergency response team helping those in need on our roads.

“I congratulate all those receiving a Holt Australia Day Award for their exemplary community spirit and endless hours of volunteer work making our community a better and safer place to live. These people do not get the same acolades as celebraties in the media but in their own quiet Australian way they do tremendous work and make other people’s lives better’, said Mr Byrne.

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Award Recipients
• Casey Lowen
• Charles Geriesi
• David Esmore
• Debra Jackson
• Elizabeth Watson
• Erin Wallace
• Glenda Colthurst
• Senior Pastors Graham & Julie Shand
• Helen Evans
• Jake Downward
• Jason Sadler
• Jennifer Corcoris & Elizabeth McLennan
• John Bell
• Rev John McMahon
• Pastor Julie Ohlson
• Margaret Luxford
• Mark Haughton
• Maryann D’Costa
• Ni Tec Leong
• Pastor Norman Cayzer
• Norman McLennan
• Inspector Paul Breen
• Sebit Tot
• Sima Mohammadzayee
• TeHeapera (Bebs) Nikora
• Tim Howell
• Vincent Manno
• Vitali Lashkariov
• Casey Regional Veterans’ Welfare Centre
• Dandenong Emir Sultan Mosque
• Inner Wheel of Cranbourne Inc
• Kane’s Crusade (Fawn Brady & Jessica White)
• Kalgidhar Sports & Cultural Association
• One Vision Aid
• South Eastern Region Oromo Community Members (Sinke Wesho, Biftu Gutama & Abdeta Hanna)
• Vision of Hope

Call for Independent Judicial Review

Dec 22, 2014

The Terrorism Event that occurred in Martin Place on the 15th and 16th of December, 2014 has seared itself into the national consciousness. This tragedy has struck at the heart of our country in the lead up to Christmas. It has also become clearly evident to me that Public confidence in our security apparatus and our agencies has been damaged.

The public have told me in large numbers that they now feel less safe. As someone who has spent ten years in the national security space, this is an intolerable situation that must be remedied. As a Federal Politician who has worked closely with many of the agencies in question for many years, I believe it is my duty to undertake or recommend any necessary actions to restore that confidence.

The Prime Minister was correct to initiate an internal inquiry into this matter by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) and the New South Wales Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC).

But I believe that is not enough.

I believe that the public must have an independent inquiry into this event. The public must be assured that an inquiry is self-determining, impartial and objective. This is the only type of examination and evaluation of the siege event in which the public would have full trust and confidence.

Therefore, today I’m calling upon the Prime Minister and relevant Ministers to initiate an Independent Judicial Review into events preceding and during the Martin Place Siege.

This inquiry must have coercive and subpoena powers.

No agency, no government minister, no public servant or any person relevant to events that occurred in Martin Place can be exempt from the scope or the progression of this inquiry.

The Australian people want answers. The Australian people want an Independent Inquiry. The public must have their confidence in our agencies and security personnel restored. I believe an Independent Judicial Review will deliver that outcome to our people.

MONDAY, 22 DECEMBER 2014

MEDIA CONTACT: DANIEL WHITE 0400 945 239

2014 Community Spirit & Leadership Awards

Dec 16, 2014

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

Media Enquires: Daniel White (03) 9796 7533

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

Casey Youth Pride

Dec 16, 2014

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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.

Media Enquires: Daniel White (03) 9796 7533

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

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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.

HEADSPACE FOR FOUNTAIN GATE

OPENS: Tuesday 6th January 2015
ADDRESS: 66 Victor Cresent, Narre Warren
WEBSITE: http://www.headspace.org.au/

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Ruth & Jenny’s Christmas Lights Display

Dec 2, 2014

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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 & JENNY CHISTMAS LIGHTS DISPLAY

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

Media Enquires: Daniel White (03) 9796 7533

New Petrol Tax Hits City of Casey Residents

Nov 17, 2014

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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.

Media Enquires: Daniel White (03) 9796 7533

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