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Gerard Rennick

Senator for Queensland

Gerard was born and raised on a family farming property just outside Chinchilla, on Queensland’s Darling Downs. Thanks to his upbringing and childhood experiences, Gerard maintains a deep appreciation for the land, its people and the challenges they face.

Gerard completed his secondary education in Toowoomba, before moving to Brisbane where he completed a Commerce degree at the University of Queensland – and later a Master’s degree in Taxation Law.

Gerard has extensive experience in senior finance roles across a range of industries, business types and countries. His experience gives him a strong understanding of our economy and how it affects consumers, investors, employers and employees. Gerard also understands the importance of reward for effort and will always strive to ensure that Australia’s small to medium-sized businesses are given every opportunity to succeed.

Gerard’s background means that he understands sound business principles; and as an LNP Senator for Queensland, he recognises the value of strong economic management, property rights and a just legal system, while he is also passionate about land management and ensuring the delivery of critical infrastructure. Gerard wants to ensure that the next generation of Australians have better opportunities, security and living standards than even we have enjoyed.

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Good Government, is the best form of community service, and those who have gained it, should give it back in return.

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My Objectives

The way forward

Economic Management

I believe in a strong, prosperous and diverse economy.

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The Australian Way

Self-belief is the conviction that leads to achievement.

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Fair & Efficient Markets

Australian businesses – both large and small – are forced to navigate hyper-regulation excessive red and …
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World Class Services

Today, more than ever, governments need to build income-generating infrastructure such as dams, power stations, rail and ports.
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Standard of Living

While economic growth is important, it should not come at a cost to our quality of life. It is time immigration levels were reduced It is time immigration levels …
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Cost of Living

The cost of living in Australia continues to increase. The number one priority of every Australian is a roof over their head and food on the table.
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recent posts

Little wonder Australia finds it so difficult to build infrastructure when bureaucrats smear infrastructure programs. As we found out in estimates y/day scoping and feasibility studies are underway in consultation with states and councils. The ANAO thinks it’s all about red tape.

Katy Gallagher@SenKatyG

Even Australia's Treasurer had his snout in the commuter carpark trough.

@SenatorRennick let's call it what it is — professional rorting.
#auspol

Senator Gallagher can’t lay a glove on the Government-trying to make out due process hasn’t taken place when feasibility and scoping studies are occurring and in fact benefits from Car park fund far outweighs costs-how embarrassing @SenKatyG #auspol

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