Labor MP agrees to honour community commitment

Congratulations to Linda Burney for making history as the first Indigenous woman to be elected to the House of Representatives for the seat of Barton. She has pledged to support SSMRF’s ambitious plans to champion growth in relation to local medical research. We look forward to announcing more news soon.

As originally appeared in The Leader; Murray Trembath – June 29, 2016 

”Voters in St George have been promised millions of dollars for sporting, medical research, environmental and community projects in the final days of the federal election campaign…

Ms Burney said she would like to see groups come together to decide priorities.

Ms Burney said, if she won Barton, but the Coalition was returned to office, she would maintain pressure on the government to honour the promises…”

For the full story from The Leader click the story below.

$4m Federal Government Annoucement The Leader StG 29.06.16_Page_1

 

 

 

 

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