But this is not the official website of Hon Sharon Bird. It just provide some information about Hon Sharon Bird. Bird has held various roles within the Labor Party, including serving as a Minister for Regional Communications in the Australian.Please note that my knowledge is based on information government and also it is not official site.
Labor promise $50 million
Labor has promised $50 million in upgrades for Picton Road, and if they win the 2019 federal election, Picton Road would receive additional upgrades.
Labor calls on the Liberals to join them in a bipartisan agreement to support infrastructure in the region and match this funding which will be guided by the planning work being undertaken by the NSW Government.
Sharon Bird, one of the longest-serving members of the Federal Labor party, has declared her retirement from public office.Following her election in the Cunningham Wollongong Division in 2004, Ms. Bird has been re-elected six times in a row in federal elections.
In order to spend more time with her family, the Member for Cunningham announced that she will not be running for office again in the federal election of 2022.
The Member for Cunningham said she has decided not to recontest the 2022 federal election so she can spend more time with her family.”It is a job where you are away an awful lot, and you miss things,” Ms Bird said.”I want to give some time back to my family.
Ms Bird said she was looking forward to campaigning for her replacement but signalled that she hoped it would be someone with ties to the area.
Assistant Minister of Disability and Social Services The BuyAbility website will be expanded with $700,000, as stated by Hon. Jane Prentice, MP. “This commitment is part of the Australian Government’s aim to improve the lives of people with disability through quality-supported employment in ADEs,” she stated.
190 not-for-profit Disability Enterprises employ almost 21,000 people with disability who otherwise would be excluded from work.
A Good Leder
When Mack was first promoted to manager, she was faced with a team that was struggling to meet its goals. She took the time to get to know each team member and understand their strengths and weaknesses. She then developed a personalized plan for each team member to help them improve their performance.
Born in Wollongong, New South Wales, Bird grew up in a working-class family. She was studied at the University of Sydney and the University of Wollongong, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education. She worked as a teacher and an industrial officer before entering politics.