The Gene Technology Amendment Bill 2015 will make amendments to the Gene Technology Act 2000to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the gene technology regulatory scheme.
This bill amends the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act 1998 to ensure that Australia's regulation of radiation activities remains at the forefront of international best practice.
The ANZAC story is the glue for our nation. A belief in mateship and rugged resourcefulness built this nation. At the 100 years mark, it is important to reflect upon the importance of that time and event then and now.
My most recent opinion piece published in The West Australian about the Joint Strike Fighter program.
Dr Dennis Jensen MP, Federal Member for Tangney and the Hon Sussan Ley MP, Federal Minister for Health and Minister for Sport, honoured young athletes who received grants as part of The Local Sporting Champions Grant Program.
Australians remain very active petitioners. So far in the 44th Parliament, the Committee has considered more than 192 petitions. Of these, 173 were found to meet the requirements and were presented in the House.
This is really not about marriage equality. We already have that. What is being sought is a change to the definition of marriage, which is not the same as marriage equality.
Dr Dennis Jensen held two Budget Chat 2015 community forums in Tangney, attended by more than 80 constituents.
Australia pioneered the industry of freezing pure methane to make liquid natural gas (LNG)Gas is abundant in Australia. West Australian business is making the switch.Cleaner, cheaper fuel is not only good environmental and energy policy.
A record $5.5 billion Jobs and Small Business Package will be delivered to small businesses across Australia as part of the 2015-16 Budget, including $3.25 billion in tax cuts and $1.75 billion in accelerated depreciation measures.
The 2015 Budget is a ‘have a go’ Budget that will help local families and small businesses said Dr Dennis Jensen MP, Federal Member for Tangney
Residents in Melville can expect local roads to get a little bit safer with additional funding from the Australian Government to fix black spots for the 2015-16 fiscal year.
Dr Jensen shares his views on UWA's decision to close the Consensus Centre.
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.
Find out what is going on in the electorate of Tangney.
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.