The Nationals WA Emergency Services Spokesperson Colin de Grussa says it is disappointing that the Minister for Emergency Services has again failed to consult and support volunteer firefighters. The Minister has rejected an offer from WA’s peak body for volunteer firefighters to co-locate at the Bushfire Centre of Excellence to be built in Nambeelup. Mr de Grussa said Mr Logan...
Member for Roe Peter Rundle says the Water Minister’s blatant ignorance of water issues affecting producers and towns in his electorate was verging on dangerous. In Parliament this week Mr Rundle asked the Minister if he could explain why Water Corporation cut off supply to critical standpipes in the Lake Grace and Kulin areas during periods of high demand. “The...
The Nationals WA have again called for a Parliamentary inquiry into Labor’s failed Albany wave energy project to ensure the gross waste of taxpayer funds isn’t repeated.
The Nationals WA Leader and Member for Central Wheatbelt Mia Davies was in Merredin today to open the third International Women’s Day event at Cummins Theatre.
The Nationals WA have called on the State Government to commit to a range of measures to address a rising wave of illegal behaviour by animal activists, including reinstating the Stock Squad.
The Nationals WA have again called on the McGowan Government to lift the payroll tax eligibility threshold in light of WA’s worst unemployment figures in almost two decades.
Member for Roe Peter Rundle has called the recent decision by Water Corp to close standpipes in Roe with no notice “completely avoidable”. In January Water Corporation closed up to 80 per cent of standpipes in the Shires of Lake Grace and Kulin, with no notice to the community’s affected, leaving farmers unable to secure water to service their livestock....
The Nationals WA have welcomed the Commonwealth Government’s moves towards introducing right to repair legislation in Australia. Agriculture spokesperson Colin de Grussa said the Federal Government’s consultation paper – which proposes a mandatory scheme for the sharing of motor vehicle servicing and repair information – reflected a push towards similar legislation being introduced in the United States.
The Nationals WA have labelled the McGowan Government’s latest pledge to create jobs in regional Western Australia a “PR stunt” after two years of Labor broken promises.
The Nationals WA have renewed calls for an independent assessment of the Perth Freight Link project that was recklessly abandoned by the McGowan Government in 2017.