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$50m commitment to expand higher-value manufacturing

Bass MP Andrew Nikolic said the Federal Government is delivering on its election commitment to support the manufacturing sector to take advantage of new opportunities and create new jobs, with the $50 million Manufacturing Transition Programme now open for applications. Mr Nikolic said grants of $1 million to $10 million will be available to businesses […]

Anzac Day Award to Trevallyn Primary School

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Andrew Nikolic, MP for Bass, has congratulated Trevallyn Primary School on being the Tasmanian primary school category winner of the 2014 Anzac Day Schools Award.

“The Federal Government’s Anzac Day Schools’ Awards acknowledges secondary and primary schools that have shown an exceptional commitment to Australia’s wartime history through learning and commemorative activities,” Mr Nikolic said.READ MORE

Interview with Leon Compton, ABC Radio, on the humanitarian catastrophe in Iraq

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Andrew Nikolic, MP for Bass, says Australia’s support for international partners to help the anti-ISIL forces in Iraq is both timely and appropriate.

“It is entirely appropriate that the Government consults with the Opposition, then informs Parliament of its decision to utilise the military dimension of our national power,” Mr Nikolic said.

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Renewable Energy Targets review report now available

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Suggestions that the Federal Government is abolishing the Renewable Energy Target (RET) scheme are incorrect and mischievous, says Bass MP Andrew Nikolic.

“The RET Scheme has recently undergone an independent review, meeting a legislative requirement put in place under Labor,” Mr Nikolic said.READ MORE