The inaugural New South Wales Regional Dentistry Scholarship, sponsored by The Nationals Senator for NSW John Williams, is now accepting applications for 2010.
Senator Williams has committed $4,800 in the first year and will offer the scholarship for a new commencing student each year thereafter during his current Senate term.
A two year ban handed to a Sydney liquidator is proof the industry is not without its faults, according to the Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams.
Senator Williams has instigated a Senate inquiry into the role of liquidators and administrators, their fees and their practices, and the involvement and activities of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, prior to and following the collapse of a business.
WILLIAMS SEEKS TO DEFER DEBATE ON CPRS BILL.
The Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams has moved to defer debate on the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Bill 2009 until after the Copenhagen summit.
The new tax masquerading as the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme will not be lumped on the Australian community after the legislation was voted down in the Senate.
The Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams said the result vindicates the stand taken by The Nationals over the past year as they warned the nation of financial pain if the flawed emissions trading scheme was introduced.
A statement by the Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Bank Ralph Norris that he wasn't proud of his bank's relationship with Storm Financial has come too late for the hundreds of people in financial ruin, according to The Nationals Senator for New South Wales John Williams.