Rob Molhoek MP State Member for Southport

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My vision for our City is to see it grow and develop into a City where businesses are encouraged to be enterprising but also supports and nurtures families and community networks. 

A City which is inviting and safe for residents and visitors regardless of religion, race or origin.  A City which is well planned and sustainable, a City which is so outstanding that everyone else on the planet wished they lived here too.

I’m here to serve the Southport Electorate, which includes the suburbs of Ashmore, Keebra Park, Crestwood Heights, Molendinar, Benowa and Bundall. If I can ever be of service please feel free to contact me on 0430 209 995 or at southport@parliament.qld.gov.au

Rob Molhoek
Member for Southport

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22 hours ago

Rob Molhoek MP

Child protection is nonnegotiable.

Last week the Child Protection Reform and other Legislation Amendment Bill 2021 was debated and passed by the Queensland Parliament.

In my speech to the House, I had a clear message for other MPs. We need to stand up, we need to do better, and we need to become a much stronger voice for kids. You can hear what I had to say about the Bill in my speech below.

I urge all members of the Queensland Parliament to continue to advocate and stand up for the protection and the rights of our children.

If you have concerns about child protection here in Queensland and you wish to share your story, please contact my office via email at Southport@parliament.qld.gov.au or alternately call my office on 07 5600 1100.

Together, we can make a difference.
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3 days ago

Rob Molhoek MP

We want redemption tonight.
First game ever was right here against the Dragons in 2007, sadly we lost 18 - 20. Looking for the magic!! 🏈
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4 days ago

Rob Molhoek MP

Every year Cancer Council Australia organises Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

Did you know that 1 in 2 Australians are diagnosed with cancer before 85 years of age? The statistics are frightening and that’s why research is essential in hopes of making cancer a thing of the past!

This week in Parliament I attended one of the many morning teas hosted across the country with the goal of raising funds to support those impacted by cancer.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Cancer Council and everyone involved.

If you would like to donate or learn more, please check out this link www.biggestmorningtea.com.au.
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Every year Cancer Council Australia organises Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. 

Did you know that 1 in 2 Australians are diagnosed with cancer before 85 years of age? The statistics are frightening and that’s why research is essential in hopes of making cancer a thing of the past!

This week in Parliament I attended one of the many morning teas hosted across the country with the goal of raising funds to support those impacted by cancer.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Cancer Council and everyone involved.

If you would like to donate or learn more, please check out this link https://www.biggestmorningtea.com.au.

6 days ago

Rob Molhoek MP

One year and $100 million later and ambulance ramping hasn’t improved.

The State Labor Government cannot be trusted to fix the Queensland Health Crisis.

Queenslanders deserve a government that listens and has the ability to deliver good healthcare.

The Health Minister needs to realise you can’t just throw money at the problem and hope it goes away.

We have put forward our positive solutions on the table. 👇

🚑 Better resources at the front line

⏱ Real-time data monitoring

👨‍⚕️ Better triaging in emergency departments

👩‍⚕️ Giving control back to the frontline staff

Let’s heal the #QldHealthCrisis.
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One year and $100 million later and ambulance ramping hasn’t improved.

The State Labor Government cannot be trusted to fix the Queensland Health Crisis.

Queenslanders deserve a government that listens and has the ability to deliver good healthcare.

The Health Minister needs to realise you can’t just throw money at the problem and hope it goes away.

We have put forward our positive solutions on the table. 👇 

🚑 Better resources at the front line

⏱ Real-time data monitoring

👨‍⚕️ Better triaging in emergency departments

👩‍⚕️ Giving control back to the frontline staff

Let’s heal the #QldHealthCrisis.
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