The Hon Julie Bishop MP - Media Items
Listed below are media items for The Hon Julie Bishop MP - Former Minister for Ageing
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30 November 2004
Dr Richard Gill OAM has been named the NSW Senior Australian of the Year 2005.
28 November 2004
Minister Bishop officially opens a new world class, $18 million aged care home in North Plympton located in Adelaide.
27 November 2004
Mr Anthony Milhinhos has been named the Northern Territory Senior Australian of the Year 2005.
26 November 2004
Professor John Pearn AM, RFD, has been named the 2005 Queensland Senior Australian of the Year.
26 November 2004
John Dowie AM has been named the South Australian Senior Australian of the Year 2005.
23 November 2004
The Victorian, Tasmanian and ACT recipients of the Senior Australian of the Year award have been announced.
19 November 2004
Minister for Ageing, Julie Bishop, addresses the 37th Annual conference of the Australian Association for Gerontology in Melbourne.
18 November 2004
Older Australians will have more choice in health care under the Howard Government's legislation to make private health insurance more affordable.
16 November 2004
Minister for Ageing, Julie Bishop, announces the winners of the Older People Speak Out national awards which are aimed at highlighting the role of active older Australians in the community.
13 November 2004
Australian Government health programs are critical in making rural and remote communities sustainable, the Minister for Ageing, Julie Bishop, said today.
11 November 2004
The Minister for Ageing, Julie Bishop, has launched the Community Aged Care Packages Continence Research Project.
08 November 2004
The Australian Government is inviting applications for funding to provide training for the aged care workforce.
07 November 2004
Two awards sponsored by the Australian Government - the Health Services Award and the Planning for Safe, Accessible and Adaptable Built Environments for Ageing Communities Award – highlight the need for innovative design and contemporary thinking to take account of Australia’s ageing demographic.
05 November 2004
A new, privately-developed retirement village in Netley, South Australia was launched today by the Federal Minister for Ageing, Julie Bishop.