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Senator the Hon. Michael Ronaldson
Senator for Victoria
Minister for Veterans' Affairs
Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Centenary of ANZAC
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The Coalition will keep faith with Australia’s veterans by providing for the fair indexation of Defence Forces Retirement Benefits (DFRB) and the Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits (DFRDB) military superannuation pensions.
In addition, we will restore veterans’ advocacy funding paid under the Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) programme to its 2010 levels, adding $4 million to funds available over the forward estimates.
The Coalition will continue to support the Centenary of Anzac Local Grants Programme to ensure that community-based commemoration is at the heart of the nation’s commemorative activities.
Kevin Rudd must immediately respond to disturbing claims made on radio this morning that he threatened veterans during a meeting in Canberra six weeks ago.

Kevin Rudd’s hand-picked replacement as Defence Minister in a future Labor Government, Dr Mike Kelly, has been caught blatantly lying about Labor’s track-record on support for veterans.

The 47th anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan is an opportunity for all Australians, and particularly for Vietnam veterans, their family and friends, to commemorate all battles of and service during the Vietnam War.

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd must immediately and unreservedly apologise for his suggestion that he was a ‘survivor’ of the Kokoda Track because he had walked it for charity.

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd must immediately and unreservedly apologise for his suggestion that he was a ‘survivor’ of the Kokoda Track because he had walked it for charity.



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