The Nationals WA are demanding Labor use a portion of proceeds from the McGowan Government’s latest cash grab to reverse its “mean” education funding cuts.
Peter Rundle MLA and Hon Colin de Grussa MLA at the 2018 LambEx Conference The Nationals WA agriculture and food spokesman Colin de Grussa has called on the industry to unite to create a ‘one stop shop’ for trusted information on agriculture. During his Nuffield Scholarship study tour in 2014, Mr de Grussa met with...
29 June 2018 Member for Roe Peter Rundle has welcomed the Labor Government’s funding for aged care projects across Roe that will allow regional senior citizens to remain in their communities. Broomehill, Cranbrook, Katanning and Kojonup communities will share in $13.1 million to build and expand accommodation, while the Cuballing, Wickepin and Narrogin communities will receive a share of...
27 June 2018 Member for Roe Peter Rundle says he is bitterly disappointed that Labor failed to support an amendment to the Heritage Bill that would have seen the future of the state’s three remaining jetties protected in legislation. During debate yesterday Member for North West Central Vince Catania moved an amendment calling for the Carnarvon One Mile Jetty, the...
After months of calling for the McGowan Government to remove its head from the sand, The Nationals WA have welcomed Labor’s latest backflip to trial SMART drum lines off the South West coast.
Moore MP Shane Love MLA has congratulated regional communities for their successful campaign that has today seen Labor reverse its heartless cuts to CRCs statewide but stressed that the fight to save Moora College continues.
Member for Moore Shane Love MLA has welcomed funding of $1.26 million to groups in the Mid West and Goodlands under the first round of the Digital Farms program.
Welcome to my monthly news update from the Electorate of Moore.
Upgrades worth more than $10 million to the Jurien Bay Health Centre and Moora Hospital were officially opened on July 24.
Volunteer Firefighting services in Tom Price and Carnarvon have dominated in the annual Firefighting Awards, with young and senior volunteers also being recognised as finalists.