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Catch up on all the latest media releases, opinion pieces, photos and videos featuring Mia Davies and The Nationals WA team - keeping you informed about what's happening in our regional communities.

Labor again found keeping secrets from the public

The McGowan Government’s obsession with secret deals and hiding information from the West Australian public has again been laid bare.

Nats condemn guerrilla tactics of animal activists

The Nationals WA have condemned the latest attempt by vigilante animal activists to harass and intimidate West Australian farmers.

PEXA sale must prioritise fast track of Geraldton Regional Hospital upgrades

The Nationals WA Member for the Agricultural Region and health spokesperson Hon Martin Aldridge MLC has called on the McGowan Government to fast track and deliver upgrades to the strained Geraldton Regional Hospital sooner than planned.

Nats re-issue call for inquiry into iron ore agreements

The Nationals WA have again called on the McGowan Government to hold a Parliamentary inquiry into legacy State Agreements amid allegations BHP owes taxpayers up to $300 million in unpaid royalties.

Nats want a review date on Pilbara liquor bans

The Nationals WA have called on the Director of Liquor Licensing to announce a review date for the incoming Pilbara liquor restrictions.

Community Resource Centre (CRC) uncertainty continues under Labor

Regional communities across WA may have sighed with relief after the State Government reversed plans to slash funding to Community Resource Centres (CRC) earlier last year, however this may be short lived.

Labor’s shambolic lobster plans laid bare

The Nationals WA have criticised the McGowan Government for its shambolic consultation process as Labor pushes ahead with plans to seize a stake in the Western Rock Lobster Fishery.

Holes in regional health system ignored as PEXA proceeds ploughed into Metronet


“One size fits all” approach to Pilbara alcohol problems won’t work

The Nationals WA have rebuked the Director of Liquor Licensing’s attempt to curb alcohol abuse in the Pilbara, questioning whether the “one size fits all” approach will achieve harm reduction without community buy-in and a comprehensive Government response.  

Redman pleased with Margaret River Perimeter Road progress

Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman is pleased the Margaret River Perimeter Road opened in time for the busy summer holiday season. The community has pushed for a by-pass for nearly 30 years, and when in Government, the Nationals instigated the project through the Royalties for Regions initiative.