The week that was
The week that was
See what our Members of Parliament, KAP Leader and Federal Member for Kennedy – Bob Katter, KAP State Leader and Member for Traeger – Robbie Katter, Member for Hill – Shane Knuth and Member for Hinchinbrook – Nick Dametto did this week.
Katter’s Australian Party
Robbie Katter, State Member for Traeger
· This week Robbie met with his constituents and also travelled to Charters towers and Townsville.
Shane Knuth, State Member for Hill
Nick Dametto, State Member for Hinchinbrook
- Held several constituent meetings to discuss various state-related issues throughout the week.
- Highlighted the immense benefits of creating a biofuel industry in North Queensland in the Townsville Bulletin last Saturday.
- Criticised a recent planned burn of Hinchinbrook Island by Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service in last Saturday’s Innisfail Advocate.
- Attended an Education, Employment and Small Business Committee public briefing hearing in Brisbane on Wednesday.
- Expressed concern about a crocodile sighted within the stinger net at Forrest Beach in an online article in the Townsville Bulletin on Wednesday.
- Called for action from the State Government to address Ingham’s bat problem after the emergency helicopter was delayed from landing at Ingham Hospital last Wednesday night, featured in a photo with Forrest Beach State School Students at last year’s Youth Parliament and talked up the benefits of creating a biofuel industry in the North in Wednesday’s Herbert River express.
- Spoke about the immense benefits of creating a biofuel industry in North Queensland in Wednesday’s Innisfail Advocate.
- Featured on Sky News on Thursday talking about the immense benefits of creating a biofuel industry in North Queensland with Queensland Renewable Fuels Association managing director Larissa Rose.
- Said Townsville could not rely solely on coalmining and needed to rebuilt its tourism industry in an Article in Thursday’s The Australian newspaper.
- Spoke out in support of the introduction of harness racing in Friday’s Townsville Bulletin.
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