July 1, 2022

Trees to be planted across Indi to mark Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

More than $90,000 will flow to Indi to plant trees across the electorate of Indi to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Independent Federal Member for Indi Helen Haines has announced.

July 1, 2022

New Health Minister invited to the Border to discuss Albury Wodonga Health

Helen Haines has written to the new Federal Health Minister Mark Butler, inviting him to visit Indi to fully understand the health care challenges faced in the region, and to discuss the need for federal funding for a new single-site hospital in Albury Wodonga.

July 1, 2022

Helen Haines officially declared re-elected Independent Federal Member for Indi

Helen Haines has officially been declared the re-elected Independent Federal Member for Indi by the Australian Electoral Commission in Wangaratta on Tuesday.

May 19, 2022

Vote with your health in mind this election: Haines

With health shaping up to be the key battleground issue for Indi voters, Helen Haines today called on people of Indi to cast their vote for their health and the wellbeing of their community.

May 17, 2022

This election is about a positive vision for Indi and real representation in Canberra: Haines

As an Independent, I am guided by what the community tells me, by the values that these volunteers commit to.

May 13, 2022

Major parties should commit funding to Bright aged care redevelopment before election

With just a week before election day, both major parties should commit the $26 million needed to build a new aged care facility in Bright, said Independent Federal Member for Indi Helen Haines on Friday.

May 11, 2022

Boho South, Goorambat and Tarrawingee to get better phone coverage

Three towns in Indi will receive better mobile phone coverage after successfully being granted funding under the Regional Connectivity Program.

May 10, 2022

Haines’ household energy plan would save households thousands

A proposal to upgrade home appliances and make it cheaper to install batteries would save the average household up to $5000 a year and boost the economy of North East Victoria by almost $300 million every year.

May 9, 2022

Border health workers stand behind Haines as the champion for a new hospital this election

Dozens of doctors, nurses, midwives, and other health workers have stepped out with Helen Haines to back her as the most trusted champion for a new single-site world-class hospital on the border.

May 6, 2022

McKoy St overpass a Morrison Government failure three years on

On the three-year anniversary of Scott Morrison’s commitment to Wodonga residents to build an overpass at the notorious McKoy Street intersection on the Hume Freeway, Helen Haines said the stalled project showed the Coalition talked big at election time but fails to follow through.


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