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Jacqui lambie wants social housing support for tax cut vote

Jacqui lambie wants social housing support for tax cut vote

The Liberal MP wants the funding to continue in the wake of the June 25 vote by the Liberal party members in the Lower House, and he바카라 게임 says the tax cut may be the reason the government decided not to include housing projects in the budget.

In his speech on his website, Mr. Lambie calls on MPs to support housing for low income earners, and says it would포커 의 신 give the government “greater leverage when making decisions in Ottawa.” He says the government needs to build community housing “without delay.”

He says the government should create a “new housing co-op” to provide “housing for low incom여주출장샵e earners while also supporting new projects to make communities better, more livable.”

In addition, he is asking MPs to create an affordable housing unit for the homeless, a policy he called “outright anti-poverty.”

He says it will “provide a home away from home for the homeless and the disabled.”

With files from The Canadian Press


Illawarra; shoalhaven prepare for the worst by staying dry and knowing what to do

The North Sydney Water Emergency Services (NWS) are urging water owners to prepare for the worst by staying dry and knowing what to do, a month after the worst bushfire fire in South Australia.

The North Sydney Firefighters Association (NFSFA) announced on Monday the National Disajarvees.comster and Emergency Response Authority (NDERA) has agreed to grant the emergency services emergency status in the city.

“We’re all really concerned about what is goi우리카지노ng to happen when it’s time to take action,” said NFSFA executive officer Mark McAlpine.

“We need to be prepared if we do see things like a mandatory evacuation.

“This is definitely one of the worst emergencies we have had on our books – the number of times we’ve had to ask for assistance by the public is pretty frightening.”

Mr McAlpine said NFSFA has been advised to stay on track and prepared in case the city’s water system became contaminated.

“The North Sydney Water Emergency Services will now request NDERA to grant them emergency status because of the risk of a situation of a water distribution system system going down and possibly the emergency services not being able to properly respond.

“We also need to be aware of what is going to happen to the city centre if the disaster ends up affecting the whole city, so we’re all very aware of what we need to do.”

A spokeswoman for the State Government told a state of emergency would not be lifted until the water system was returned to safe working order.

The State Government said emergency status was granted for the time being.

“However, the immediate safety and sustainability of the North Sydney Water Emergency Se바카라rvices, the NSW Government and its members remains paramount,” an emergency response team statement said.

Emergency services to attend fire, flood-hit North Sydney on Tuesday and Wednesday in response to #swampfires. #nswfirefighters — NSW Emergency Services (@NSWEmergency) April 17, 2016

“At this stage, the City has not been officially declared as a disaster area.”

Norman Redpath, NFSFA director of business and management, said while some communities were in a greater need of emergency response support, he hoped the NWS would be more proactive and help affected homeowners.

“If it gets bad and people need to get home, we would nee