Community Care Review
"Australia’s newly elected independents have all backed the royal commission’s recommendations for aged care reform.
Following Saturday’s election, there will be seven new independents sitting on the crossbench of the lower house – taking the total number to 10."
"Another teal candidate, Kylea Tink, who claimd the NSW seat of North Sydney, has described aged care as “a critical, long-term national issue for Australia” and fully supports “fundamental and systemic reform” of the sector, including better wages and conditions for aged care workers.
Ms Tink has promised to “hold the Government to account to get this done.”
Recent blog posts
June 30, 2022
Thirty five new MPs arrived at federal parliament today to learn the ropes before being sworn in.
June 30, 2022
‘Welcome to parliament’: The phrase sending a thrill down the spines of new MPs
By Katina Curtis
June 14, 2022
Incoming independent MP Kylea Tink says a binding code of conduct for politicians and their staff will help restore public confidence.
May 26, 2022
Kylea Tink: I’m going into parliament to be a ‘constructive, not silent’ force.
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