Regional arts funding of around $7 million is made available each year by the Department of Culture and the Arts (DCA) and Royalties for Regions. Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman said funding and support existed for a range of artistic activities across Western Australia and encouraged regional residents, businesses and community groups to make themselves aware of the grants programs....
Drug Aware Margaret River Pro starts this week Supported by Tourism WA and Royalties for Regions
Nationals Member for the South West Region, Colin Holt MLC has officially opened the new Collie Early Education Centre.Mr Holt said that the new Royalties for Regions funded child care facility, which can cater for 72 children aged 0-5 years, will make Collie an even more attractive place to live, work and raise a family.
The Liberal-National Government has allocated a further $71,034 to community groups as part of the latest round of the Road Safety Community Grants Program. Member for Kalgoorlie, Wendy Duncan MLA said that the Grants Program was made possible through funds from the Road Trauma Trust Account and are provided to assist in the development and implementation of road safety projects...
Regional Western Australian communities will be safer and better prepared in times of emergency, thanks to a State Government initiative to install hundreds of new fire hydrants across the State. Member for North West Central Vince Catania MLA said the State Government would roll out 395 new fire hydrants across 26 regional towns in the coming months.
Development opportunities for young regional local government employees Made possible by the Royalties for Regions program
Development opportunities for young regional local government employees Made possible by the State Government's Royalties for Regions program
A $51,243 State Government Lotterywest grant will help pave the way towards an upgrade of Nyabing’s local Memorial Park. Member for Wagin Terry Waldron MLA presented the Lotterywest grant to representatives at the Shire of Kent, where Nyabing is located, late last week.
Data hub to support innovation of new products, services and research projects Tech businesses, start-up companies and educational institutions to benefit
The State Government’s KidSport program reached a significant milestone late last week, with 10,000 Aboriginal children now signed up with a local sporting or recreation club. Member for Wagin Terry Waldron MLA said it was a great achievement for the program.