The Nationals WA have slammed Labor for putting the lives of city dwellers ahead of those in the bush after confirmation the McGowan Government pulled more than $10 million out of a road safety fund to pay for a new police helicopter.
The Nationals WA have launched a new campaign calling on the McGowan Government to broaden its tourism strategy and incentivise flights to all regional areas instead of just focusing on Broome.
The Nationals WA are calling on the McGowan Government to initiate an immediate trial of SMART drum lines in the South West after hearing first-hand how effective the technology has been in New South Wales.
Member for Roe Peter Rundle has said that the Minister for Transport has merely paid lip service to Southern Ports Authority Port of Esperance employees following today’s resignation of SPA Chief Executive Officer. Mr Rundle questioned the Minister for Transport in Question Time today, asking what assurances the Minister could provide that this change in leadership will not disrupt...
The Nationals WA Parliamentary team is in Albany for the next two days as the party kicks off a regional engagement program that will see portfolio holders meeting with community groups, businesses and local Government.
A push by The Nationals WA to remove the resource industry's long-standing exemption from a training fund has been adopted by the McGowan Government.
The Nationals WA have launched a plan to extend the Munda Biddi Trail and Bibbulmun Track to Esperance, transforming WA’s south coast into one of the world’s premier nature-based tourism destinations.
Locals in Boddington now have seven fresh reasons luring them towards retirement in the rolling hills of the gold producing town, according to local Nationals WA MP Mia Davies.
West Australians will foot the multi-billion dollar bill for the Labor Government’s yet-to-be-funded Metronet projects as costs associated with planning and construction spiral out of control.
The McGowan Government is still refusing to fund an upgrade of Laverton Hospital despite the Health Minister labelling the facility “substandard” this week.