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Josh Frydenberg - Liberal for Kooyong
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Welcome to my homepage. As the Member for Kooyong it is a great privilege to represent our local community as I strive to bring a passionate and energetic voice to the important challenges we face.
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Genazzano FCJ College Visit to Parliament House

On October 21, students from Genazzano FCJ College visited Parliament House, Canberra. Josh spoke to students about his role as a Member of Parliament and took a wide array of questions ranging from what a day in Parliament is like to how the more than 2000 clocks in Parliament House work when there is a division in the Chambers. Josh is pictured here with students at Parliament House.

Auburn Primary School Fete

On October 19, Josh attended Auburn Primary School's 125th birthday fete in Hawthorn East. The fete was an opportunity to celebrate Auburn Primary School's 125th birthday and to witness the formal opening of the school's new building and refurbished facilities. The fete is supported entirely by local families and businesses, and included rides, food stalls, school tours, carnival games and an animal farm. Josh is pictured here with the Mayor of the City of Boroondara, Cr Coral Ross, Principal of Auburn Primary School, Marcia Lane, and Member for Hawthorn, The Hon Ted Baillieu MLA.

Federal Government Funding for Roads in the City of Boroondara

On October 17, Josh joined with Cr Coral Ross, Mayor of the City of Boroondara, in welcoming the delivery of $2.39 million over five years in Federal Government funding for the City of Boroondara for local road construction and street repairs. The Abbott Government was pleased to announce in the Budget that funding for the Roads to Recovery programme was doubled for the 2015-16 financial year. The Roads to Recovery Programme is set up for councils to make road spending decisions based on local needs – without interference from Canberra – to ensure that funding is truly directed to where it is most needed in the community. Through Roads to Recovery, the Australian Government is supporting local councils with the ongoing maintenance of Australia’s road infrastructure, facilitating greater access, improving safety, and driving economic growth. Josh is pictured here with the Mayor on a road in Balwyn currently being considered as part of the programme.

Service in memory of Sir John Monash GCMG KCB VD

On October 12, Josh joined members of the Victorian Association of Jewish Ex & Servicemen & Women to pay respect to Sir John Monash GCMG KCB VD  who passed away on 8 October 1931. Josh delivered an address at the ceremony and is pictured here at Sir John’s grave with the members.

Old Xaverians Soccer Club

On October 11, Josh joined members of the Old Xaverians Soccer Club for their annual, end of season presentation night in Kew. Josh is pictured here with the Club President, Adrian Gervasoni and winning coaches Rick Perry and Rob Curatore.

Talking deregulation with the commercial property sector

On October 10, Josh was the guest speaker at the annual JLL commercial property lunch in Melbourne. The lunch was hosted by JLL Managing Director – Victoria, David Bowden, and included some of Australia’s commercial property leaders. Josh spoke about the economic priorities of the Coalition Government and also discussed current global and domestic economic conditions. Josh is pictured here speaking at the event.

Australian Student Prize Afternoon Tea

On October 9, Josh hosted the recipients of the 2013 Australian Student Prize for afternoon tea in his office in Camberwell. The Australian Student Prize, a national initiative, is the Australian Government’s peak award for academic excellence in secondary education and is awarded to only 500 students each year. Winners receive a $2,000 cash prize and national recognition for their accomplishment. For the 2013 academic year, Kooyong students made up 18 of the 500 national winners. Josh enjoyed the opportunity to meet with many of the recipients, their parents and principals at the afternoon tea. Josh is pictured here with some of the recipients of the prize.

U3A Deepdene

On October 9, Josh addressed a group of U3A Deepdene members at the Deepdene Uniting Church, Deepdene. The University of the Third Age (U3A) provides a range of educational courses and seminars for retired and semi-retired adults. Josh is pictured here speaking to members about the current economic, political and national security climate.

Local Sporting Champions Afternoon Tea

On October 8, Josh was delighted to host an afternoon tea in his office for recipients of a Local Sporting Champion grant for Round 1 of the 2014/15 programme. This round saw twelve individual grant winners from around the Kooyong electorate. The grants enable young athletes of particular promise to pursue their sporting dreams and compete at the highest levels. This round’s recipients play a range of sports including baseball, cricket and basketball, while others specialised in athletics, kayaking and golf. Josh is pictured here presenting certificates to the successful winners. 

Address to Ionian Club

On October 8, Josh addressed the local Ionian Club and exchanged views about the current issues facing Australia and the world. After an interesting discussion, Josh enjoyed a delicious lunch with Club members.


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