Local Updates

Volunteers across the local Casey electorate have been recognised for their dedication and hard work as part of the annual Casey Community Volunteer Awards on Saturday 5 December. Federal Member for Casey Tony Smith MP said he was pleased to present awards to 56 volunteers from a variety of organisations, including schools, sporting groups, emergency services, environmental groups, and support services.

Join me for an Online Safety Forum

Thursday, 12 November 2015
I regularly hear from parents and teachers about cyber-bullying and their concerns about online safety. According to research by the University of NSW Social Policy Research Centre, cyberbullying is estimated to effect 20 percent of Australians aged 8-17.
There are more than six million volunteers across Australia who generously donate their time, efforts and energy in varying roles throughout their local communities.

New funding available for men’s sheds

Thursday, 10 September 2015
Member for Casey Tony Smith is encouraging men’s sheds in the Casey electorate to apply for up to $8000 funding as part of Round 11 of the National Shed Development Programme.

Upcoming Mobile Office Times

Tuesday, 7 April 2015
As your Federal Member, it's my job to listen and understand your local concerns. That's why I conduct regular mobile offices and listening posts. A list of my upcoming mobile office times is below.
One of the many great features of the Yarra Ranges is the long roads winding through some of the Victoria’s most beautiful vistas. Drivers and motorcyclists flock to our area of a weekend to cruise along our highways. If we are to have improved living standards, greater opportunity, better services and more jobs in the years ahead, we must take a number of steps today to build a stronger economy—both locally and nationally. All of these steps require repairing the budget so that we can get off the runaway debt train, build trade opportunities so that our businesses can sell their products and services into new markets, and reduce business and household costs—like the carbon tax which has already been abolished. Another critical step is investing in infrastructure, particularly better roads; both at a local and state level. This is why the Federal Government is investing more than $10 million…
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