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ENG: Warren Errol Truss (born 8 October 1948) is the leader of the National Party of Australia in the Parliament of Australia. He has held the House of Representatives seat of Wide Bay since the 1990 election. Following the merger of the Queensland branches of the Nationals and Liberals, Truss was re-elected in 2010 for the Liberal National Party. Political career Truss's first attempt at a parliamentary seat was in the Queensland state parliament as the Nationals candidate at the 1988 Barambah by-election, triggered by the retirement of former premier Joh Bjelke-Petersen. However, Truss lost in an upset to the Citizens Electoral Council candidate Trevor Perrett, who later joined the National Party. Truss was elected to the seat of Wide Bay at the 1990 election. He was a member ...
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Truss says transport spending is 'tricky'

Nationals leader Warren Truss says the bringing forward of federal money for roadworks won't guarantee they will be built faster. The government's mid-year budget review, released on Tuesday, showed $1.4 billion would be brought forward to be spent in 2011/12 to accelerate construction of major infrastructure projects. These included the upgrading of Melbourne's Western Ring Road, parts of the Pacific Highway in northern NSW, the Bruce Highway in northern and central Queensland and the South Road Superway in Adelaide. Read more: 9NEWS (Nov 29 2011)

No asylum from the Opposition's xenophobia

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes: The Opposition has taken an altogether unpleasant turn toward xenophobia this week.Malcolm Turnbull yesterday asked the Prime Minister about whether he was considering an “infrastructure bank” -- later a "Labor Government bank" -- based on the premise that the Government’s deposit guarantee was preventing State Governments from borrowing money.There was nothing new in Turnbull’s question. The idea has been kicking around for several weeks. What had happened since then was that State Labor Treasurers (what’s the ...

Truss calls for more agricutlure research dollars

Australia should put funding into agricultural research rather than international aid says National party leader Warren Truss.He made the call at a rally outside a New South Wales Department of Primary research centre that will be closed because of a dwindling state budget.Mr Truss says cuts to agricultural research have been across the board, and state and federal governments need to prioritise their spending in slower economic times."It's been very happy to invest in significant projects around the world," he says."Now some of the things here that we are doing on these research stations can ...

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Palmer may be 'saviour' like Hanson - Brisbane Times
Brisbane TimesPalmer may be 'saviour' like HansonBrisbane TimesNationals leader Warren Truss reckons Clive Palmer could go the way of other political "saviours" such as Pauline Hanson. He said those who voted for him in protest were ignoring their obligations to democracy and putting their country at risk. Mr ...Truss says Palmer supporters putting 'country at risk'Noosa Newsall 18 news articles »
Parental leave plan unpopular with Nationals, but Truss backs it - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldParental leave plan unpopular with Nationals, but Truss backs itSydney Morning HeraldDeputy Prime Minister Warren Truss admits the government's paid parental leave scheme is not popular with some in the Coalition party room, but he insists it offers enormous benefits to small businesses and farmers. Prime Minister Tony Abbott's scheme ...Truss defends Abbott's meeting scheduleSBSall 6 news articles »
Nationals leader Warren Truss admits PPL details not final - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldNationals leader Warren Truss admits PPL details not finalSydney Morning HeraldNationals leader Warren Truss says details of Tony Abbott's paid parental leave scheme have not been finalised, revealing the government is talking to rural groups about how to ensure farmers can receive the payment. But Labor leader Bill Shorten and ...Paid parental leave scheme may undergo further changes: Warren TrussThe AustralianPaid parental leave scheme may be changed, says Warren TrussYahoo!7 NewsTruss may make changes to PPLSky News AustraliaSmartCompany.com.au -NEWS.com.auall 14 news articles »
Rural groups bemused by Warren Truss' paid parental leave consultation claims - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Morning HeraldRural groups bemused by Warren Truss' paid parental leave consultation claimsSydney Morning HeraldUnder mounting pressure from his own backbench over perceived inequities in Prime Minister Tony Abbott's pet policy, acting prime minister Warren Truss insisted last week that the final shape of the scheme had not been determined because the government ...Rural groups bemused by Warren Truss' PPL consultation claimsBrisbane Timesall 7 news articles »

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