25 September 2018 The McGowan Government has let down emergency services personnel once again, after failing to support a review into emergency services training. Nationals WA spokesperson for emergency services Colin de Grussa moved a motion in Parliament last week calling on the State Government to review emergency services training. The motion called for the provision of nationally accredited and...
17 September 2018 Member for the Agricultural Region Hon Colin de Grussa encourages the Esperance community to make sure they have their say on the replacement jetty designs before the 21 September 2018 cut off. The Shire of Esperance recently released draft concept designs for a 400m jetty that incorporates a timber historic section, a cement fishing jetty, a widened...
The Nationals WA have called for the Minister for Agriculture to focus on the real issues facing the industry, instead of pedalling her left-leaning agenda. At the Dowerin Machinery Field Days this week the Minister for Agriculture announced the Department for Primary Industries and Regional Development would be conducting research at the Wongan Hills Research Station into regenerative agriculture....
The Nationals WA have voiced concern that Pilbara towns are at risk of reverting back to dusty fly-in, fly-out outposts under the McGowan Labor Government.
The Nationals WA will support a proposed milk levy to help drought-affected dairy farmers providing funds raised in WA are returned to local producers.
The Nationals have accused the Minister for Volunteering of abdicating his responsibilities after he failed to answer a question relating to volunteer retention in Parliament.
The rank hypocrisy of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation and the Greens has been laid bare on the floor of State Parliament after MPs for both parties voted with the State Government to retain almost $40 million of education cuts.
The Nationals WA have secured an additional payment for regional taxi operators – worth $500 per vehicle – to assist them with meeting the costs imposed by the State Government’s new taxi reforms.
The Nationals WA spokesperson for Regional Communications Hon Martin Aldridge MLC is calling on the community to identify and nominate mobile black spots for the next round of the $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program.
The Nationals WA have thrown the party’s support behind West Australian strawberry farmers in their time of need, urging consumers to ‘cut strawberries up, not out’.