The Coalition Government has delivered on its commitment to address crime and anti-social behaviour, Member for Petrie Luke Howarth said today. The 2014-15 Federal Budget includes funding under the Coalition Government’s Safer Streets Programme, where proceeds of crime will be directed to fund local crime prevention projects including: $200,000 for closed circuit television cameras for…Details
Abbot Goverment’s first budget makes the difficult but necessary choices to repair the budget says Howarth
Mr Luke Howarth MP Federal Member for Petrie said the Abbott Government’s first Budget is laying the foundations for a strong and prosperous economy with less debt.
“At the election, the Coalition made the solemn promise to get the Budget back under control, as well as scrap the Carbon Tax, end the waste, stop the boats and build the roads of the 21st century. This Budget keeps that pledge”, said Mr Howarth.Details
Federal Member for Petrie Luke Howarth MP is inviting local community organisations to nominate volunteers for a Certificate of Appreciation to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of National Volunteer Week. ‘Celebrate the Power of Volunteers’ is this year’s theme for National Volunteer Week, which runs from 12-18 May. The theme is all about appreciating and understanding…Details
Federal Member for Petrie, Luke Howarth MP is encouraging residents in the Petrie Electorate to volunteer for the upcoming G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane this year. The G20 Leaders Summit is being held on 15 and 16 November and will be the most significant meeting of world leaders Australia has ever hosted. Over 4,000 delegates…Details
Federal Member for Petrie, Luke Howarth MP today called for the Petrie community to celebrate brilliant local business women by nominating them for the 2014 Telstra Business Women’s Awards As the longest-running state/territory and national awards program for business women, the Telstra Business Women’s Awards provide an exceptional opportunity to showcase the Petrie electorate’s inspirational…Details
Families in Petrie will be an average of over $550 better off next financial year as a result of the Coalition’s plan to scrap the carbon tax said Luke Howarth, LNP Candidate for Petrie. “Kevin Rudd’s carbon tax adds to the cost of living. It is a tax on electricity, it’s a tax on gas…Details