ALMOST $1 MILLION IN FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY SAFETY IN WESTERN SYDNEY

The Morrison Government continues to stamp out crime and improve community safety right around Australia, with an extra $50 million investment in the 2022-23 Budget for the highly successful Safer Communities Fund. Our funding for the Safer Communities Fund means Sydwest Multicultural Services will benefit from almost $1 million for practical community projects to bring communities…

INTERVIEW WITH PATRICIA KARVELAS RN BREAKFAST

Subjects: Morrison Government’s strong border protection policies, Labor’s back-flipping and flip-flopping on our borders. EO&E………………………………………………………… PATRICIA KARVELAS: The bid to pick a fight with Labor over energy policy coincides with efforts to place border protection at the forefront of the campaign – with the PM warning that an Albanese government would see asylum seeker boats start…

DOORSTOP – SYDNEY

SIMON KENNEDY: On the second day of the election campaign before we head to the polls on May 21, it’s great to have Minister Andrews here in Bennelong with a very important announcement that I think the 45,000 families of Bennelong are going to be very interested in. KAREN ANDREWS: Well, thank you very much, Simon. It’s…

CRACKING DOWN ON DRUG DEALERS TO KEEP OUR COMMUNITIES SAFE

The Morrison Government is continuing to keep Australians and their communities safe from illicit drugs by providing more than $3.5 million to Crime Stoppers Australia, to support their national Dob-in-a-Dealer campaign. The successful Crime Stoppers’ Dob-in-a-Dealer campaign will build on previous programs by visiting local communities across Australia and encouraging residents to be active in…

SUPPORTING AUSTRALIA’S NATURAL DISASTER FIRST RESPONDERS

The Morrison Government is backing our essential first responders by providing $10 million to charity organisation Fortem Australia, for essential mental health and wellbeing support for those assisting during natural disasters. Minister for Home Affairs, Karen Andrews, said first responders perform a vital role in the community, supporting vulnerable people in urgent need, such as during bushfires…

DOORSTOP – PERTH

Topics: Safer Communities funding helping WA Indigenous youth, Department of Home Affairs staff KIRSTY MCSWEENEY: Good morning. My name’s Kristy McSweeney. I’m the Liberal candidate for the federal seat of Swan in Western Australia. I’d like to pay my respects to elders past, present and emerging, and thank Bennett and Co. Welcome to this fantastic…