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Tough new farm trespass laws to protect Australia’s farmers from the unlawful actions of animal activists have passed the Australian Parliament.

An increasing number of Australians are attending GP appointments without reaching into their pockets, with GP bulk billing rates in NSW under Medicare at 88.9 per cent for 2018-19.

Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel living in Hume are now able to access a comprehensive health check. This fully-funded service is available to all personnel leaving the ADF every year for up to five years.

Hume schools can now apply for their share of $200,000 in the Local Schools Community Fund. This program is another way the Federal Government is supporting Hume schools with projects such as new equipment, building works or targeted activities. 

Goulburn student Charli-Rose Ellis is pursuing her passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in Canberra.

It's now easier for low-income earners to prepare their tax returns. This year the Hume Electoral Office with  Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is providing a free and confidential service – Tax Help.

Works to upgrade the new Abercrombie River Bridge north of Taralga are progressing. Member for Hume Angus Taylor said the new bridge was part of a record investment in infrastructure.

The Wollondilly River Walkway will soon be sustainably lit, with solar lighting to be installed between Marsden Weir and the Kenmore Bridge following Tuesday night’s council meeting.

Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor has thanked Hume residents for their strong support and for helping return the Coalition for a third term in Government.

Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor said the timing was all wrong for Labor’s negative gearing changes which would push down the value of homes and hit the Hume economy hard.  Angus video >>

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