Contribute Today

Latest News

Catch up on all the latest media releases, opinion pieces, photos and videos featuring Brendon Grylls and The Nationals WA team delivering Royalties for Regions across the State.

Nationals commit to ending lease for new Karratha FIFO camp

The Nationals WA, upon returning to Government, will terminate any lease the McGowan Government signs with Woodside Petroleum to allow the company to operate a new 700-bed fly-in, fly-out camp in Karratha. 

Government's Head in Sand Over Job Losses in State's South

The State Government is neglecting workers facing unemployment in the south of WA and has failed to outline how it plans to soften the blow up to 500 job losses will have on the regional economy. Raising the issue in Parliament today, local MP Peter Rundle MLA sought assurance from the State Government that plans were in the pipeline to...

Rundle & de Grussa - McGowan Government Breaks Promise on Police Pay

Member for Roe Peter Rundle MLA has condemned the McGowan Government for breaking a pre-election commitment to increase the pay of WA Police officers by 1.5 per cent. With State debt headed toward $42 billion, Mr Rundle said Labor’s decision to cap public sector wage increases at $1,000 would only improve the State Budget bottom-line by $520 million over the...

Rundle & de Grussa - Labor Fail Ravensthorpe and Hopetoun Communities

Member for Roe Peter Rundle MLA has slammed the McGowan Labor Government for its failure to support the Ravensthorpe and Hopetoun communities as First Quantum Minerals’ Ravensthorpe Nickel Mine transitions in to care and maintenance. Mr Rundle said it was disappointing no Ministers had visited Ravensthorpe or Hopetoun since FQM announced intentions to cease production at the mine earlier this...

Labor Fail Ravensthorpe and Hopetoun Communities

Member for Roe Peter Rundle MLA has slammed the McGowan Labor Government for its failure to support the Ravensthorpe and Hopetoun communities as First Quantum Minerals’ Ravensthorpe Nickel Mine transitions in to care and maintenance. Mr Rundle said it was disappointing no Ministers had visited Ravensthorpe or Hopetoun since FQM announced intentions to cease production at the mine earlier this...

Plea to retain Agricultural Education Directorate

Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman has expressed his dismay that the McGowan Government has abolished the Agricultural Education Directorate in the Department of Education’s central office.   “This move is a major blow to secondary agricultural education in this state,” Mr Redman said.   Western Australia has five highly regarded Colleges of...

Federal funding overlooks Toodyay pool

Member for Moore Shane Love MLA has expressed his disappointment that Toodyay’s proposed recreation facility has been overlooked in the latest round of the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund.

Rundle Welcomes Federal Infrastructure Funding for Roe

Member for Roe Peter Rundle MLA has welcomed funding announced for projects in the electorate through the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF). Projects led by the Shire of Williams and the Shire of Broomehill-Tambellup successfully applied for the first round of BBRF funding as part, which was announced by Federal Regional Development Minister Fiona Nash on Friday.

Rundle Urges Roe Residents Share Views on Unaffordable Air Travel

Local MP Peter Rundle MLA is urging residents across the region to voice their concerns about the cost of intrastate air travel at Parliamentary hearings in regional locations later this month. Mr Rundle encouraged Roe residents to take the opportunity to appear before the Economics and Industry Standing Committee’s enquiry into regular public transport air routes at the Shire of...

Youth in Roe Encouraged to Nominate for Heywire

Member for Roe Peter Rundle MLA is encouraging young people aged 16 - 22 across the region with a knack for storytelling to enter the 20th annual Heywire competition. Each year, regional ABC stations select a winning Heywire competition entry to represent their part of Australia, with winners afforded the opportunity to work alongside ABC staff to produce their story...