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Bills: Superannuation (Objective) Bill 2023; Second Reading (18 Mar 2024)

“I certainly won't be supporting the amendment, but I am delighted to rise in this House to support the Albanese Labor government's Superannuation (Objective) Bill 2023. I've listened to some of the contributions here, and it frankly breaks my heart that the coalition seems unable to support a single superannuation bill that is put before this House—for what has been almost decades now....”

Statements by Members: Newcastle Electorate: Zervas, Father Nicolaos (18 Mar 2024)

“My heartfelt congratulations go to Father Nicolaos Zervas, whose lifelong service is being recognised with the Freedom of the City Award by the City of Newcastle. Father Nicolaos has served the Greek community of Newcastle with distinction through his work at St Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church since 1973. Born in Greece in 1934, Father Nicolaos had wanted to be a priest from a very young age,...”

Bills: Superannuation (Objective) Bill 2023; Second Reading (18 Mar 2024)

“The debate is interrupted in accordance with the resolution agreed to earlier today. The debate may be resumed at a later hour, and the member for Adelaide will be granted leave for continuation when the debate is resumed.”

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  • Has spoken in 221 debates in the last year — well above average amongst Representatives.
  • People have made 1 comment on this Representative's speeches — average amongst Representatives.
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  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "she sells seashells") 636 times in debates — well above average amongst Representatives. (Why is this here?)