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Zed Seselja

Zed Seselja (born 27 March 1977) is a Liberal Party Australian politician. He has been a member of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly since 2004. He has been the territory's 12th Opposition Leader since December 2007, when he was appointed to the position following the resignation of Bill Stefaniak. Seselja is of Croatian descent. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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NCA to report on urban development of West Tuggeranong
2014-07-08
The National Capital Authority will investigate the potential urban development of the West Tuggeranong area after being called to prepare a business case and report by ACT Senator Zed Seselja and Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional ...
(The Canberra Times)
  1. NCA to investigate urban development west of Tuggeranong

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Zed Seselja fights the good fight for Tuggeranong
2014-06-05
After last year's Coalition election victory, many Canberrans theorised that ACT Senator Zed Seselja would be a largely ineffectual advocate for the Territory – at least during his upper-house apprenticeship. However, that assessment may need to be ...
(The Age)
  1. Tuggeranong plan under fire
  2. Tuggeranong residents have mixed views on western expansion
  3. Zed Seselja fights the good fight for Tuggeranong

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Minister asks NCA to look at changing National Capital Plan
2014-06-04
Liberal Senator Zed Seselja's quest to expand Tuggeranong has taken a step forward with the National Capital Authority now looking at changing the National Capital Plan, Canberra's principal planning document. Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and ...
(WA today)
  1. DSS to get a new building by 2016
  2. Tuggeranong expansion closer

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Racial discrimination, royal commissions and research funding
2014-05-28
... royal commissions and research funding (16:51). Should the changes to the discrimination act be watered down? Do cuts to research funding make sense? The issues of the day with Labor MP Michelle Rowland and Liberal Senator Zed Seselja. 28/05/14.
(The Canberra Times)
  1. Backbenchers support discrimination act rethink

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Liberals accuse ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher of scaremongering on health ...
2014-05-21
Liberal senator Zed Seselja called on Ms Gallagher to be honest with Canberrans about the level of health funding for the ACT in the federal budget, saying the territory would in fact receive $43.8 million more than expected in funding this financial ...
(The Canberra Times)
  1. ACT budget suffers now from federal cuts

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ACT budget suffers now from federal cuts
2014-05-21
Liberal senator for the ACT, Zed Seselja, said any slashing of federal health funding would be the result of agreements Ms Gallagher signed up to. While $47 million might not sound much in the context of the federal budget, to the ACT it means the ...
(Sydney Morning Herald)

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    Katy Gallagher battles federal budget cuts with charm offensive
    2014-05-18
    It might be easy for Liberals like Dr Hendy, Senator Zed Seselja and MP Angus Taylor to shrug off the complaints of one of Australia's few remaining Labor governments but when the leaders of councils such as Queanbeyan, Yass Valley, Cooma-Monaro, ...
    (WA today)
    1. ACT to take the lead in regional response to budget

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    ACT to take the lead in regional response to budget
    2014-05-16
    Speaking after the meeting, she said local federal parliamentarians and senators, including Angus Taylor (Hume), Peter Hendy (Eden-Monaro) and Senator Zed Seselja, were on notice to speak up for the people of their electorates. Ms Gallagher said she ...
    (The Age)
    1. Impact of federal budget on the ACT

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    Budget 2014: ACT 'unfairly targeted' by budget cuts
    2014-05-13
    But ACT Liberal Senator Zed Seselja says 90 per cent of the job losses are the result of decisions made under the previous Labor government. "These are difficult things for Canberra but it's part of the long-term plan to get the budget back into surplus.
    (The West Australian)
    1. 'Nothing but bad news for ACT'
    2. Federal Government will not help fund new Canberra convention centre
    3. Federal government will not help fund new ACT convention centre

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