Cape York unites under Cape York alliance

LEICHHARDT MP Warren Entsch has congratulated Cape York residents for having the courage to stand up and call for transparency and accountability around community representation and government funding. Yesterday, Mr Entsch attended the final sessions of a two-day Summit at the Laura Rodeo Grounds where around 160 people gathered under the auspices of the Cape…

White water rafting girls praised in Parliament

MEMBER for Leichhardt Warren Entsch MP has promoted the “incredible” efforts of Cairns’ Under 19 White Water Rafting girls team in Parliament in the lead-up to the World Championships in Indonesia. “One year ago, five schoolgirls from Cairns beat teams from Brazil and Russia to win the World Championship in Under 19 White Water Rafting,”…

Whyanbeel to get NBN by the end of this year

MEMBER for Leichhardt Warren Entsch says Whyanbeel residents and businesses are expected to be connected to the NBN by the end of the year, after today asking Parliament for an update on the installation of the fixed wireless broadband network. In Question Time, Mr Entsch acknowledged that the Whyanbeel Community Group has been in regular…

Let’s have courage to explore tax reform

FEDERAL Member for Leichhardt Warren Entsch says we need to have courage to explore the best way to reform Australia’s current taxation system. “There are serious issues with our current tax system. It was put together in the early 1900s ? long before the internet opened up the possibility of working, buying and selling across…

New facilities for St Monica’s College

Warren Entsch MP has today officially opened the second stage of the Sr Agnes Building at St Monica’s College in Cairns. Secondary students and staff at St Monica’s College now have full use of five general learning areas, an art room, a maintenance store room, associated walkways and a carpark. The Australian Government provided $1,713,678 in funding from…

Up to $5-million to improve reef water quality

FEDERAL Member for Leichhardt Warren Entsch is inviting local groups to apply for up to $5-million in funding to reduce and manage the impact of soil erosion in gullies surrounding the Great Barrier Reef catchments. The funding, provided under the $140 million Reef Trust, is one of a number of practical projects the Government is…