New Page MP Kevin Hogan has been busy during his first sitting of Parliament.
New Page MP Kevin Hogan has been busy during his first sitting of Parliament. Contributed

Hogan sets out to create jobs, cut cost of living

KEVIN Hogan was this week sworn in as the new Member for Page in the 44th Federal Parliament of Australia, immediately pledging to get on with the job of creating jobs and easing the cost of living.

"I am truly humbled by the honour of representing the people of Page, and I make this pledge, I will always speak up for our community and will continue to work, as I have done since my election, to do what I can to help create jobs and encourage economic growth in Page," Mr Hogan said.

"Now that we have had the ceremonial opening of Parliament, it is time to get on with the job.

"I have already met with many ministers to advocate for what our community needs and wants."

He said the first order of business was to repeal the carbon tax and said this would lower household energy bills and put money back in the pockets of families.

"I am excited about what we can achieve over the next three years after the last six wasted years of Labor Party bickering."



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