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Redman urges farming families to talk about safety

Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman is encouraging farming families to use 2017 National Farm Safety Week as the impetus to talk about all aspects of safety across the farm.

Now in its 19th year, this year’s National Farm Safety Week will take place from July 17-21, and will centre on the theme “creating a resilient, safe and healthy ag community”.

“When I was principal of Denmark Agricultural College, I stressed the importance of safety to students, as farm-related incidents account for a significant number of workplace injuries and fatalities in Australia,” Mr Redman said.

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CRCs the latest victims of Labor's RfR cuts: Rundle

Community Resource Centres are in a state of confusion today after being informed of drastic changes to their proposed contracts by the Labor government.

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Death knell sounds for Royalties for Regions: Rundle

Labor’s disdain for Roe was laid bare in State Parliament this week as the Premier again refused to confirm funding for important Royalties for Regions projects.

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Rundle seeks clarification on future of Tanker Jetty

Member for Roe Peter Rundle MLA sought clarification from the Minister for Heritage about the Government’s intentions for the iconic Esperance Tanker Jetty in Parliament today.

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Nationals protect regional Local Government from fee hike

The Nationals WA have this week voted to disallow changes to local government vehicle licensing concessions in the Legislative Council.

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Rundle welcomes new food allergy resource for young people

Member for Roe Peter Rundle MLA has welcomed the Federal Government 250k initiative – a website specifically designed to help resource the 250 000 young Australian’s living with severe allergies.

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Labor shamelessly slugs households to 'fix' Budget: de Grussa

Western Australian households will be forced to fix the State Budget because Premier Mark McGowan lacks the courage to enter negotiations with the State’s biggest mining companies to update an outdated 1960s charge in their State Agreements.

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Peter Rundle MLA demands answers on regional police resourcing

The Labor Government has refused to confirm whether it will retain at least two sworn officers at country police stations.

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Nationals MPs concerned about future of Lucky Bay Campgrounds

The Labor Government refused to commit to funding the ongoing upgrades of the Lucky Bay campground, after Hon Colin de Grussa MLC questioned the Minister for Regional Development in Parliament last night.

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Nationals MPs welcome communications commitment

Under questioning in the Legislative Council from Hon Colin de Grussa MLC, the Government have committed to the construction of mobile phone towers throughout the Esperance region.

 

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