Terri's previous local updates.
2022 Year in Books
31 December 2022
Here comes my annual post about the books I’ve read throughout the year. 2022’s list is a bit different. I lost an election in May, got covid in June & had a lot of time at home this year, so I had much more time to read comics than in previous years. So I’m starting this year’s list with comics and going from there.
We need more women in politics, not less.
18 May 2022
Australian women deserve a better future.
Under the Morrison-Joyce government it has been heartbreaking witnessing the commentary from the Prime Minister and his Ministry about women, and their responses when women have stood up for better.
Green open space is precious.
16 May 2022
Yesterday I made an exciting announcement to protect green, open space on the Kurilpa peninsula.
An Albanese Labor Government will fund the work needed to lock in the long-term sustainability of Davies Park as an accessible community space.
My local plan for our community
16 May 2022
I have a plan for our community.
As a member of Anthony Albanese's shadow cabinet, I will have the privilege of being a Minister if Labor is elected.
But representing our local area will always be my top priority.
Support for Veterans in Griffith
14 May 2022
People who have served our country as part of the Australian Defence Force, and their families, deserve respect and support. Labor has made local and national commitments aimed at increasing the support for veterans.
Terri's Federal politics update for The Westender: February 2022
04 February 2022
You can read this update here.
Morrison-Joyce Government dithers on climate as Parliament resumes
18 October 2021
Parliament has resumed this week, and all eyes are on the Morrison-Joyce Government to see what they will do in relation to climate change.
The August/September sittings - federal update
We have had four federal parliamentary sitting weeks since August 1, and it has never been more crucial to apply scrutiny to the Morrison-Joyce Government.
The pandemic response continues to dominate federal politics, and in recent weeks we have also dealt with a number of other serious issues.
Originally published in The WestEnder
Coorparoo Level Crossing press conference with Anthony Albanese, Joe Kelly and Jade Fernandez
01 August 2021
06 June 2021