Birmingham-Ruston – River funding another Labor election re-announcement

  Funding announced today by Labor for the River Murray Improvements Program is another election re-announcement that demonstrates Labor’s contempt for South Australian river communities.   Senator for South Australia and Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for the Murray-Darling Basin, Simon Birmingham said South Australian river communities were tired of being treated as political playthings by Labor.…

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AM Agenda, Sky News – Kevin Baker; the Coalition’s commitment to paid parental leave; costings; election debates

  KIERAN GILBERT: Joining me now from Brisbane, Liberal frontbencher Senator Simon Birmingham. Senator Birmingham, thanks for your time. A lot to discuss this Tuesday morning… I want to start with the… one of the things that Brendan O’Connor referred to… it’s in The Daily Telegraph newspaper about a Liberal candidate’s off-colour website. He’s the…

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Capital Hill, ABC News 24 – Kevin Baker; the Coalition’s commitment to paid parental leave; costings

  LYNDAL CURTIS: Now to our panel and today we’re joined by Labor Senator Lisa Singh and Liberal Senator Simon Birmingham. Welcome to you both.   LISA SINGH: Hi, Lyndal.   SIMON BIRMINGHAM: Good afternoon, Lyndal. Hello, Lisa.   LYNDAL CURTIS: Simon, if I could start with you, quickly, because the Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott,…

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Drive, 720 ABC Perth – The Coalition’s Swan-Canning River Recovery Programme

  RUSSELL WOOLF: Senator Simon Birmingham is the Liberal Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment and joins us on Drive very shortly. The Swan and Canning Rivers were on the election agenda today and Senator Birmingham, the Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment, was in Perth to announce the Coalition’s commitment to improve our Swan…

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