Terry Young MP

Terry Young MP

Federal Member for Longman

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The unemployment rate has fallen to 4.2% in Dec (from 4.6%), the lowest since August 2008. Around 65,000 new jobs were created, of which two thirds were full-time, and more than half went to young people aged 15-24. The Morrison Government's Economic Recovery Plan is working. ... See MoreSee Less

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The unemployment rate has fallen to 4.2% in Dec (from 4.6%), the lowest since August 2008. Around 65,000 new jobs were created, of which two thirds were full-time, and more than half went to young people aged 15-24. The Morrison Governments Economic Recovery Plan is working.

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real jobs? I don’t think so

Scott Morrison (ScoMo)’s Crimes against humanity are increasing, particularly in Christmas Island Detention Centre where he has detained hundreds of 501 visa men. Terry Young MP Use your voice to speak about that.

Work will soon start on a new footpath along Bribie Island Rd at Ningi, between Bestmann and Aylward roads. This project has been long requested by residents and I'm pleased that the Federal Government is partnering with Moreton Bay Regional Council to get it done.

The work will take around 6 weeks to complete. Thanks Cr Brooke Savige for advocating for this project and for the work you do in our community!

The Federal Government is contributing $500,000 towards the new footpath.
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Work will soon start on a new footpath along Bribie Island Rd at Ningi, between Bestmann and Aylward roads. This project has been long requested by residents and Im pleased that the Federal Government is partnering with Moreton Bay Regional Council to get it done.

The work will take around 6 weeks to complete. Thanks Cr Brooke Savige for advocating for this project and for the work you do in our community!

The Federal Government is contributing $500,000 towards the new footpath.

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Thank you. The difference this will make to the disabled and aged community is awesome it reaches out to the community of all ages to make travel safer and easier as pedestrians. Let's all salute the work and not make it political Peter Lewis. All our local politicians are working for the community and need to be congratulated.

Good to see that you get things done Terry, unlike a certain local State government member.

Thank you Terry for the footpath. unfortunately the people who will use it are having their funding slashed and equipment applications declined due to the massive cuts happening RIGHT NOW in the NDIS. I guess my client will be able to use the path with their support worker by the support worker giving them a Piggy-back ride to the bus stop. Because that's low cost and considered Reasonable and Necessary right?

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