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de Grussa - Labor Attempts to Kill off Royalties for Regions in Roe

The McGowan Labor Government has moved to eradicate the legacy of Royalties for Regions by banning use of the program’s logo.

A directive published on the website of the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries states the Royalties for Regions logo “has been discontinued as of 1 July 2017 and should not be used for new projects, and/or new materials for existing projects.” 

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Labor Attempts to Kill Off Royalties for Regions in Roe

The McGowan Labor Government has moved to eradicate the legacy of Royalties for Regions by banning use of the program’s logo.

A directive published on the website of the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries states the Royalties for Regions logo “has been discontinued as of 1 July 2017 and should not be used for new projects, and/or new materials for existing projects.” 

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McGowan Government to break promise on police pay

Member for Moore Shane Love 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.

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Bindoon STED sewerage scheme dropped

Plans to construct a sewerage disposal system for Bindoon residents have been struck out by the WA Labor State Government, says Member for Moore Shane Love MLA.

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Western Australians have lost faith in both major parties to fix the GST

Western Australians should carefully consider their vote at the next Federal Election after Bill Shorten revealed he would do nothing to fix the GST system which has robbed the State of billions of dollars. 

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It is time for McGowan to pony up over TAB

As a former minister for racing and gaming I was concerned to see the headline “Record TAB cash into racing” in The West Australian earlier this month. (Op-ed, The West Australian 23/08/17)

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Flush button pressed on Boyup Brook STED sewerage scheme

Plans to construct a sewerage disposal system for Boyup Brook residents have been struck out by the WA Labor State Government, says Warren-Blackwood MP Terry Redman.

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Agribusiness Bachelor degree left hanging at Muresk

Nationals WA Leader and Member for Central Wheatbelt Mia Davies MLA says students seeking careers in the agri-sector are the latest victims of the McGowan Government’s inability to rectify the State finances.

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Rapid Government response needed for timber industry workers

Member for Warren-Blackwood Terry Redman MLA is calling the State Government to action over revelations Nannup Timber Processing Mill is shutting its doors.

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Davies delivers maiden State Conference address

Mia Davies has used her inaugural State Conference address as Leader of The Nationals WA to urge the new Labor State Government not to turn its back on regional communities.

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