Tony Perrett MP

LNP Member for Gympie
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Representing the Gympie Region

Tony Perrett has been the Liberal National Party member for Gympie in the Queensland Legislative Assembly, since 2015.

Tony was re-elected in 2017 and is currently the Shadow Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries and Forestry.

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3 days ago

Tony Perrett
This is a fantastic opportunity for local organisations to apply for funding for projects.Grants of between $2500 and $20,000 are available for Wide Bay community, volunteer and veteran service organisations, councils and sporting groups through Round 6 of the Stronger Communities Programme (SCP), with expressions of interest open now. This is a fantastic opportunity for local organisations to apply for funding for projects that will improve social participation and build stronger, more vibrant communities within Wide Bay.Previous rounds of the SCP delivered funding to a range of organisations in Wide Bay, assisting with projects such as an aerator for the fish ponds at Murgon, through The Rotary Club of Murgon; first aid equipment and tools for Murgon Men’s Shed; a community garden for Graham House Community Centre; three commemorative mosaics at Cooroy RSL; a jet-ski for Noosa Boardriders Club; air conditioning for the activity Shed at Noosa’s Sunshine Butterflies disability service; and much more. Expressions of Interest are open now until Monday 15 February, and you can download the form here: llewobrien.com.au/grants-information/ A local committee will assess the expressions of interest and then invited applicants will proceed to the formal application stage which must be completed and lodged by 22 March 2021. ...
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1 week ago

Tony Perrett
Wide Bay community organisations can now apply for a share of $200 million in funding under the Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) to help revitalise our region as we recover from the challenges of last year's bushfires, the drought and the coronavirus pandemic. Round 5 of Building Better Regions funding includes $100 million in dedicated funding for tourism-related infrastructure boosting regional tourism recovery, while maintaining $100 million for broader community infrastructure and investment. I encourage local organisations to consider putting forward eligible projects that will enhance our community facilities, create much-needed jobs and promote social inclusion through this time. Applications are now open and can be submitted through the online portal at www.business.gov.au/bbrf. Applications close on 5 March 2021, with successful applicants expected to be announced in mid-2021. ...
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2 months ago

Tony Perrett
A broken promise from Labor just over a month after the election.Despite promising only $4 billion in additional borrowings, they’re now borrowing $28 billion.This state is headed for $130 billion in debt. ...
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2 months ago

Tony Perrett
The Budget we have all been waiting for has finally been released this afternoon. Despite an election commitment of $4 billion in additional borrowings, this has already blown out to $28 billion and debt is projected to reach $130 billion!Currently there are 214,000 Queenslanders are looking for work. I am working my way through the documents trying to find some good news for the electorate...its not looking promising 😢 ...
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2 months ago

Tony Perrett
Despite promising only $4 billion in additional borrowings, they’re now borrowing $28 billion. ...
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