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  • senator.cherry@aph.gov.au www.democrats.org.au News releases can also be sent by email. Please advise us if you want to join the email distribution list. DEMOCRATS MEDIA 04/308 THURSDAY 22 APRIL 2004 SENATOR JOHN CHERRY AUSTRALIAN DEMOCRATS COMMUNICATIONS SPOKESPERSON $260 MILLION RADIO LICENCE WINDFALLS SHOULD BE USED TO IMPROVE PUBLIC AND COMMUNITY BROADCASTERS
    Date: 22/04/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/JCBC6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications spokesperson rd 23 December 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/908 60% mark-up suggests overpricing of STD calls The Australian Democrats have called for a full review of Telstra’s long distance call rates following the release of Telstra data showing a 60% retail margin on STD calls.
    Date: 23/12/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3KAB6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Communications Spokesperson th 19 November, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/828 $200m windfall from radio licences could fund ABC rejuvenation The expected $200 million windfall from the final round of commercial radio licence auctions this year could fund a huge ABC rejuvenation program, according to the Australian
    Date: 19/11/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/BKXA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Regional Development and Services Spokesperson October 30, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/786 10 year excise exemption needed for Queensland ethanol industry The excise exemption for ethanol should be extended from five years to ten years to provide the investment certainty needed to get new plants, including
    Date: 30/10/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/VFRA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Employment Spokesperson September 19, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/682 $900m welfare changes address poverty traps, casual work & breaching Major changes to Australia’s welfare system agreed to between the Government and the Australian Democrats take effect tomorrow, providing assistance to the unemployed taking on casual work,
    Date: 19/09/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5PGA6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Spokesperson on Employment & Employment Services th 7 August 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/ 566 64,000 discouraged job seekers shows economy is faltering Today’s unemployment statistics, showing 64,000 unemployed people gave up looking for work in the face of the third month of job losses, prove
    Date: 07/08/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/FD2A6 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Employment spokesperson Australian Democrats May 5, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/279 8 unemployed for every job ad: need for rethink on jobs policy Today’s ANZ Job Advertisement Index, showing the lowest level of job advertisements in nine years, highlights the failure of the Government to deliver its side
    Date: 05/05/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/TT896 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Superannuation spokesperson Australian Democrats April 13, 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/226 $3 billion dollar fall in super savings shows need for Govt co-contribution The massive $3.2 billion slump in voluntary superannuation savings by Australians should be a wakeup call to the Federal Government to promote superannuation by bringing
    Date: 13/04/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/TD296 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Employment Spokesperson Australian Democrats March 27 2003 MEDIA RELEASE 03/188 $900m Welfare reform law to pass after breaching penalties reduced The Australian Democrats have won major welfare concessions from the Government reducing most social security penalties from 26 weeks to 8 weeks . As a result, the
    Date: 27/03/2003 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/PFX86 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Employment Spokesperson Australian Democrats March 13, 2002 MEDIA RELEASE 02/117 3 minute advisers no answer to Job Network failures The Australian Democrats have slammed the caseloads being imposed on new “personal advisers” to vulnerable and disadvantaged jobseekers, with 700 clients per adviser. Democrats Employment spokesperson Senator John
    Date: 13/03/2002 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5S366 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

  • Senator John Cherry Australian Democrats Employment Spokesperson January 9, 2002 MEDIA RELEASE 02/004 8 unemployed Australians for every vacancy ABS data released today showing that the number of unemployed for every job vacancy rose from 5.7 to 7.9 in the last year is further evidence that the Howard Government’s economic
    Date: 09/01/2002 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/6TQ56 - Source: CHERRY, SEN JOHN - Author: CHERRY, John

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