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Boost to Bass through local government grants

Andrew Nikolic, MP for Bass, has welcomed $17.9 million in Financial Assistance Grants to councils in his electorate. The Federal Government is providing $2.3 billion to local councils nationwide in 2014-15 alone, including $72.6 million to Tasmanian councils.

Work for the Dole Coordinator announced for Bass

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Andrew Nikolic, MP for Bass, today welcomed the appointment of employment company MAX Network Pty Ltd as the Work for the Dole Coordinator in Bass.

“Work for the Dole is an important part of the Federal Government’s plan to help young job seekers gain the skills and experience they need to move into work,” Mr Nikolic said.
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Let’s celebrate Launceston’s connection to the Australian Flag on 3 September!

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Residents of Launceston have special reason to celebrate Australian National Flag Day on 3 September 2014, says Bass MP Andrew Nikolic.

“In 1849 a group of Launceston women made a large silk flag to a design by local minister John West for the campaign to end the transportation of convicts from Britain,” Mr Nikolic said.
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AN and Minister Ley at child care forum SML

Time to have your say on child care reform

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AN and Minister Ley at child care forum SMLTasmanians are being encouraged to take up a once-in-a-generation opportunity to help make child care more affordable, flexible and accessible, Federal Assistant Minister for Education Sussan Ley said today.

Ms Ley – who is the Federal Minister responsible for child care – is in Launceston this afternoon hosting a forum with Tasmanian Federal MPs Andrew Nikolic, Brett Whiteley and Eric Hutchinson to listen to Tasmanian views on the Productivity Commission’s draft report into Child Care and Early Childhood Learning. READ MORE