I’m writing to you to advise you that after 20 years of representing the constituents of Melbourne Ports, I will not be contesting the seat in the next election. The electorate’s name will be changing from Melbourne Ports to Macnamara. Despite the name change most of the electorate will remain the same, bar …
the 7th of December 2017 is the day Marriage Equality passed parliament.
Labor's Positive NBN Policy
The peaceful struggle of the Tibetans
The Bureau of Statistics has estimated that close to a third of Australia’s population growth has settled in Melbourne.
Over the past decade, the Chinese military has benefited from significant funding increases.
26 July 2016 After months of fierce competition for the honour of representing Melbourne Ports in the 45th Parliament, it is now beyond any doubt that Labor’s Michael Danby will retain the seat. With only a few thousand votes left to count, neither the Liberal nor Green party candidates can usurp …
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and the Australian Government have formally welcomed the Lausanne framework for Iran’s nuclear development. Member for Melbourne Ports Michael Danby said, “When Ms Bishop is in Tehran next week, she should ask and evaluate the meaning of Iran’s persistent threats to eliminate …
No, Mr Truss. I “blew” mine on a mobility scooter, a cabinet of Dry Sherry & a hot water bottle. Any issues? #auspol pic.twitter.com/6dCLuPHqdJ — Port Stephens Pearl (@PtStephensPearl) May 14, 2014
The following were responses to an Election survey by 'Unchained'. It outlines some achievements as well as positions on a range of issues both local and national.