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Australian politicians unite to form 'Friends of Hazara’ group
SBS, 8 March 2023
Kylea says she will work for a more inclusive and truly multicultural Australia as co-chair of the newly launched parliamentary friendship group.
Need for ‘large corporates’ to carry greater burden of tax payments
Sky News, 6 March 2023
Kylea asserts that companies, rather than individual taxpayers, should be targeted when it comes to future tax reform.
Changes to superannuation? Here’s how it could impact women
Women's Agenda, 2 March 2023
Crossbench MPs have suggested that money raised by changes to superannuation could be used to fund superannuation entitlements for those taking paid parental leave.
Teal MPs say capping superannuation might undermine confidence in saving for retirement
The Guardian, 25 February 2023
Kylea suggests that the government target tax-minimising multinationals, instead of looking to shore up a revenue shortfall by coming after ordinary investors and Australians.
Teal independents join farmers in Liverpool Plains to oppose Santos gas development
The Guardian, 23 February 2023
Kylea says that if both Labor and Coalition won’t listen to communities on issues such as coal seam gas, change will have to come from the crossbench.
Vote for the reform you want to see
North Shore Times, 23 February 2023
Kylea shares some advice for voters ahead of the state election.
‘If we don’t start we end up going nowhere’: Greens won’t budge in climate policy standoff
Sky News, 15 February 2023
Kylea notes that while the government's Safeguards Mechanisms bill isn't perfect, it is a step in a process of transition.
Code of conduct: Called for and delivered within six months
Media Release, 8 February 2023
Member for North Sydney, Kylea Tink, was a member of the Joint Parliamentary Select Committee that has delivered Codes of Conduct for the entire parliamentary system.
Scott Morrison becomes first former Australian prime minister to be censured by parliament
The Guardian, 30 November 2022
Scott Morrison has been censured by the House of Representatives after offering fresh defences for his failure to disclose extra ministerial appointments and accusing the government of pursuing the “politics of retribution”. The censure motion united the crossbench, with the Greens leader, Adam Bandt, and independent MPs Helen Haines, Monique Ryan, Kate Chaney, Sophie Scamps, Allegra Spender, Zoe Daniel, Zali Steggall and Kylea Tink all speaking in favour.
Macquarie Dictionary reveals 2022 Word of the Year
News.com.au, 29 November 2022
The Macquarie Dictionary’s 2022 Word of the Year has been revealed and it might surprise you that it’s not a new word. “It’s hard to go past teal as an emblem of Australia’s political landscape in 2022,” the dictionary’s committee said. “It’s not a brand-new word but a brand-new sense that no one saw coming.”
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