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Working together to deliver for Casey

An update: Canterbury Road upgrade

Wednesday, 06 November 2019

The Morrison Government has provided all the funding needed to upgrade Canterbury Road.

Vicroads however is responsible for planning and the actual construction works.

Do you know of someone who you think should be recognised for their community work?

There are so many outstanding individuals and groups working in our local community who deserve our recognition for their time, hard work, energy and passion to support others, often caring for those most in need.

Funding for local environment projects is now available through the Government’s Communities Environment Program.

Community organisations and sporting clubs in the Casey electorate can seek funding of up to $20,000 from the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Programme (SCP).

Cheaper medicine is on the way for more than 500,000 patients from October 1, with price reductions for common scripts and new medicines added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS), in some cases saving over $100,000 per patient.

The Morrison Government is resolute in its commitment to protect children from sexual abuse.

As a result of the Morrison Government’s economic plan and responsible budget management the Budget has returned to balance for the first time in 11 years.

Family Tax Relief

Wednesday, 10 July 2019

The last electionn offered a choice between our plan for lower taxes and Labor's higher taxes.

Australians voted for tax relief and we have delivered on our plan as promised.

From April 1 this year a new dedicated MBS item for heart health checks will support General Practitioners and patients in assessing cardiovascular risk.

The Liberal National Government is deeply committed to tackling Australia’s biggest killer – heart disease. One Australian dies of cardiovascular disease every 12 minutes, with one Australian experiencing a heart attack or stroke every five minutes.

Three million Australians are a step closer to being reunited with around $6 billion worth of lost and unclaimed superannuation, thanks to legislation passed by the Coalition Government

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