The Hon Bill Shorten MP
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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Review is putting people with disability back at the centre of the NDIS.
A Taiwanese national suspected of rorting more than $130,000 in COVID-19 support payments has been arrested in Sydney overnight.
The Albanese Government has honoured its election commitments to boost services and staff numbers at Services Australia offices and undertake a comprehensive audit of the myGov digital platform.
One of my favourite build-ups to any international sporting event is the singing of national anthems. Whether it’s our Advance Australia Fair, America’s Star Spangled Banner or Ukraine’s State Anthem, they never fail to make the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end.
By the time you read this I should be waking up in Estonia, a small Baltic nation that shares a border with Russia and has a population half that of WA.
In the 1993 Oscar nominated true-life drama In the Name of the Father starring Daniel Day-Lewis, a film about the Guildford Four, who were wrongly convicted of being IRA bombers, there is a pivotal moment where a lawyer finds a note that provides an alibi for the accused.
Minister Shorten gave a Ministerial address at the Melbourne Institute – Economic and Social Outlook Conference discussing getting the NDIS back on track.
Minister Shorten gave a Ministerial address at the Special Olympics Team Victoria send off event at the MCG.
First of all, I just want to thank Aunty Violet for her consistently generous Welcome to Country.
Minister Shorten discusses the flood response, industrial relations legislation and Qantas with Patricia Karvelas on ABC Radio National.
Minister Shorten discusses flood insurance, Queensland Police and industrial relations with Karl Stefanovic on the Today Show.
Minister Shorten discusses MH17 murder convictions and data protection on ABC Melbourne with Virginia Trioli