April 25, 2015 marks a hundred years since Australian and New Zealand forces landed on Gallipoli and were met with fierce resistance from the Ottoman Turkish defenders.
Around 2100 households and businesses in Tangney are a step closer to getting access to the National Broadband Network, with build preparation work now underway.
On 25 April Australians will commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Gallipoli landings during the First World War and honour the sacrifices of those service personnel who helped forge our national identity.
Federal Member for Tangney Dr Dennis Jensen today congratulated the organisations that have won contracts to deliver employment services to job seekers and employers in Tangney.
Dr Dennis Jensen, Federal Member for Tangney, is calling on local Tangney schools, clubs and coaches to sign up to Sporting Schools, the Abbott Government’s new initiative to get more kids active and health.
Dr Dennis Jensen said in an interview with ABC 730 that Prime Minister Abbott's leadership is secure, and believes that the steps he has taken after the spill motion proves he is a strong, responsible leader.
Tom Connell discusses the Bali Nine and the Intergenerational Report with Dr Dennis Jensen MP and Kelvin Thomson MP on Lunchtime Agenda, 6 March 2015.
A speech made by Dr Dennis Jensen regarding the need for nuclear energy as a safe, clean and economic energy source. It is a new frontier for Australia that can create jobs and new technologies, creating a brighter future for our nation.
Dr Dennis Jensen speaks to Sky News following the spill on Monday 9 February 2015.
The Perth Freight Link business case is complete, which gives a timeline of construction and discusses the impacts it will have on the city. The Link will be a great addition to Tangney.
Dr Jensen answered questions about his opinion on the newly released IPCC report on climate change.
The truth about government bureaucracy and regulation is that it is a self-enervating thing. Red tape is always the quick fix solution for governments devoid of ideas or understanding.
Federal Member for Tangney, Dr Dennis Jensen and WA Health Minister the Hon. Dr Kim Hames jointly opened the State Rehabilitation Service as part of the first phase of the $2 billion, 783-bed Fiona Stanley Hospital in Murdoch.
FEDERAL Member for Tangney Dr Dennis Jensen has welcomed delivery of the Australian Government’s $2.1 billion Roads to Recovery programme, announcing that councils in the electorate of Tangney will receive $15.3 million for local road construction...
Greg Hoy reports on the JSF Program, examining the questions and doubts surrounding the excessively expensive and delayed program. Dr Jensen was intereviewed for this program, and discusses his concerns about Australia acquiring the F-35s.
Dr Jensen called for the erection of a memorial for the Boer War because for every foreign war, there is a family affected. Australia committed troops to the Boer War, and such a sacrifice should be remembered by our country.
On 28 August 2014, Dr Jensen discussed the need for GST reform in Parliament House in a speech that highlighted the flaws in the system, and the lunacy around its continuation.
Dr Jensen observed the roll out of the National Broadband Network (NBN) in Applecross. He visited the Applecross Telephone Exchange, which is being converted to one of 120 NBN Points of Interconnection.
Dr Dennis Jensen has recently been named the chair of the Parliamentary Friendship Groups for the nations of Mexico and Denmark. Dr Jensen will be in charge of welcoming visiting Parliamentary delegations from Mexico and Denmark.
In Australia, science is in crisis. We are falling further behind countries like China and Singapore in science and maths, a calamity that if not corrected, will horribly affect our country’s future competitiveness and sustainability