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Fiona Nash, former Senator

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  • Former National Party Senator for NSW
  • Became a Senator on 1 July 2005 — Federal election
  • Left Senate on 27 October 2017 — Disqualified

Most recent appearances in parliament

Questions without Notice: Broadband (19 Oct 2017)

“Yes, I can. If ever there was an example showing that the Labor Party is the party of inner-city elites, it was its attempted delivery of broadband services to regional Australia. Not only did it underestimate demand for NBN in rural and remote areas by up to two-thirds; it planned on leaving one of the two satellites just bobbing around up there as backup only. In addition, the Labor Party...”

Questions without Notice: Broadband (19 Oct 2017)

“And I was delighted to be able to make this announcement with my colleague the member for Groom, John McVeigh, in Toowoomba, where people were delighted with the improvements. If those on the other side ever got out to regional Australia, they might know how pleased people are with their internet services. The NFF CEO, Tony Mahar, said: 'When the data limit increase was announced, we were...”

Questions without Notice: Broadband (19 Oct 2017)

“I thank Senator McKenzie for her question and for the tremendous work that she does for regional Victoria. Reliable and affordable broadband is absolutely critical to the success of Australia's regions. Having quality broadband in rural, regional and remote Australia creates jobs and careers. It helps keep our young people from moving away to the cities. Reliable, effective and affordable...”

More of Fiona Nash's recent appearances


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  • Has spoken in 59 debates in the last year — average amongst Senators.
  • People have made 5 comments on this Senator's speeches — above average amongst Senators.
  • 15 people are tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "she sells seashells") 621 times in debates — well above average amongst Senators. (Why is this here?)