Transcript: ABC Afternoon Live 10/3/20

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
ABC NEWS AFTERNOON LIVE
TUESDAY, 10 MARCH 2020

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Transcript: ABC Afternoon Live 25/2/20

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
ABC NEWS AFTERNOON LIVE
TUESDAY, 25 FEBRUARY 2020

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Media Release: Labor Acts on Intelligence Oversight

Senator Jenny McAllister will introduce a Private Senator’s Bill to strengthen the oversight arrangements for Australia’s intelligence and security agencies.

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Transcript: ABC Capital Hill 24/2/20

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TELEVISION INTERVIEW
CAPITAL HILL WITH JANE NORMAN
MONDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2020

SUBJECTS: Climate change, Labor’s commitment to net zero emissions by 2050, Intelligence oversight.

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Transcript: Doorstop 8/2/20

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DOORSTOP INTERVIEW
SYDNEY
SATURDAY, 8 FEBRUARY 2020
 
SUBJECTS: Support for Chinese-Australian community; coronavirus.

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Article: Back To School Should Not Mean Back To Debt

The beginning of each year can be a difficult time financially. All the expense of Christmas might be behind us, but for many families the school year brings a whole new set of challenges. The cost of school uniforms, shoes, and backpacks on top of mounting utility bills and rent can feel overwhelming.

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Motion of Condolence: Australian Bushfires 4/2/20

From the Blue Mountains to the Southern Highlands and from Batemans Bay up to the Northern Rivers and Northern Tablelands, this bushfire season has been devastating for my home state of New South Wales, with 4.9 million hectares of land having been burnt.

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Media Release: Labor Establishes Inquiry Into Foreign Interference Through Social Media

Labor has initiated a Select Committee on Foreign Interference through Social Media, to inquire into and report on the risk posed to Australia’s democracy by foreign interference through social media platforms – including Facebook, Twitter and WeChat. The rise of ‘fake news’ and misinformation campaigns present a very real and present danger to democracy not only in Australia, but across the globe. We must protect our democracy from malicious foreign actors.  

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Media Release: Rent-To-Rort Schemes Leave Vulnerable Consumers Marooned By Loan Sharks

Vulnerable consumers will be better protected under proposed legislation set to be introduced into Federal Parliament today. The legislation, to be brought forward by Senators Griff and McAllister, will amend the National Consumer Credit Protection Act (2009) to toughen laws around payday loans and consumer leases to protect Australian families. Almost one million households are now utilising payday loan schemes, leaving many struggling financially due to high fees and interest rates of up to 400 per cent.

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Transcript: ABC Radio National Breakfast 9/12/2019

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RADIO INTERVIEW
ABC RADIO NATIONAL BREAKFAST
MONDAY, 9 DECEMBER 2019

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