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Visit to Monash University’s Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute

On November 19, Josh visited the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash University. ARMI is a world leading regenerative medicine and stem cell research centre. Josh is pictured here with former health minister Kay Patterson, the Member for Goldstein, Andrew Robb, and head of strategic development at ARMI, Michael Spiegel.

Parliamentary Statement on Afghanistan

On 16 November, Josh spoke in the House in support of Australia’s continued military and civilian commitment to Afghanistan. Click here to read or watch Josh's speech.

Official Opening of Camcare’s new premises in Camberwell

On November 10, Josh attended the official opening by the Governor of Victoria of Camcare’s new premises in Camberwell. Camcare is a not-for-profit, community based organisation meeting a range of support needs arising from unemployment, ill health, relationship difficulties, financial stress and hardship. Josh is pictured speaking with the Governor of Victoria, Prof. David de Kretser AC.

University of the Third Age

On November 10, Josh was guest speaker at the University of the Third Age in Hawthorn. U3A provides a range of educational courses and seminars for retired and semi-retired adults.  Josh, pictured here with student Nan Rodd and tutor Peter Isaacson, spoke about his political journey and a range of key economic, demographic and foreign policy issues facing Australia.

All Hallows Primary School

On November 9, Josh attended All Hallows Primary School in Balwyn and met with Principal Michael O’Riley, his students, their teachers and parents. Josh is pictured here with Genny Nunan, Judy Gibbs and Father Brendan Reed.

Q ArtStudio

On November 9, Josh visited Q ArtStudio in Kew. Q ArtStudio brings together people with a disability to create a range of impressive artistic works, including greeting cards. Josh is pictured here with Tiffany McBroom and Sonja Kan, two of Q ArtStudio’s talented artists.

2010 Chaplaincy Dinner, Melbourne

On November 8, Josh attended the ACCESS ministries 2010 Chaplaincy Dinner at the Melbourne Convention Centre. ACCESS ministries perform an important role in our community and have their Head Office in the Kooyong Electorate. Josh is pictured here with Rev Denise Nicholls, Director of Christian Education Services and Canon Dr Evonne Paddison, CEO of ACCESS ministries.

Visit to St Dominic's Primary School, Camberwell East

On November 8, Josh visited St Dominic's Primary School in Camberwell East. Josh is pictured outside the school with Vice Principal Lisa Taylor, Principal Anthony Levett and former St Dominic's student Scott Samson.

First Speech of Josh Frydenberg MP

On October 25, Josh delivered his First Speech as the Member for Kooyong in the House of Representatives. Click here to read or watch Josh's speech.

2010 Rotary Ride

On October 24, Josh waved off riders at Hay's Paddock in the 2010 Rotary Fun Bike Ride. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of North Balwyn, all proceeds from the event go towards supporting a range of Rotary projects. Josh is pictured here with local Rotarians Michael Barden, Terry Gretton, President Findley Cornell, Barry Cummings and event organiser Geoff Haddy.


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