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Campaign Won To Stop The Privatisation Of Australian Hearing

In welcome news, and buried deep in the Budget, Australian Hearing won’t be privatised. It’s excellent news the campaign has been won to stop the privatisation of Australian Hearing. Well done to the hearing-impaired community, parents of deaf children, and aged pensioners who stood up to fight the ridiculous idea of privatisation of Australian Hearing. The Liberal Government pursued privatisation of Australian Hearing for nearly four years, starting in the infamous 2014 Abbott Budget, and defended it right until the end. Australian Hearing provides essential hearing services at a number of centres right across the Gilmore electorate including Nowra, Waminda, Culburra Beach, St Georges Basin, Sussex Inlet, Milton, Ulladulla, Batemans Bay, Moruya and Kiama. Before the 2016 federal election, I invited Sen. Doug Cameron to the Gilmore electorate at Nowra to continue the campaign and to speak out against the privatisation of Australian Hearing. It’s great news that Australian Hearing won’t be privatised. Media Release

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