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Shane Love Member for Moore

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Postal Address

PO Box 216
Dongara, 6525

Electorate Office

Shop 2
29 Moreton Ter
Dongara, WA 6525
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Phone 99272333

Spokesperson for Local Government; Planning; Environment; Community Services; Heritage

Shane was successfully elected as The Member for Moore in 2013. He brings a wealth of experience in community service, small business and agriculture and has lived and worked in regional WA most of his life.

Shane attended high school in Albany and completed a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Western Australia.

He was a local government councillor for more than 12 years, including Shire President of Dandaragan from 2004 until 2013.

Shane has served in a range of regional and local organisations, including as a director of the Northern Agricultural Catchments Council, as a board member of the Wheatbelt Development Commission, a member of the Wheatbelt Regional Advisory Planning Committee, the West Midlands Natural Resource Group, the Central Coastal Business Enterprise Centre Board and the Badgingarra School Council.

In December 2014, Shane was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to Minister for Regional Development and Lands, Terry Redman MLA.

Shane has four children and farms with his wife Kareen on their Badgingarra property.

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Latest news about Shane Love

Love condemns axing of Northam - Pithara Rd upgrade

Member for Moore Shane Love MLA has widely condemned the Labor Government’s decision not to fund the upgrade of the Northam –...

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Love welcomes $7m funding for Indian Ocean Drive

Member for Moore Shane Love MLA has welcomed news that $7 million has been committed for the upgrade of Indian Ocean Drive (IOD).

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Budget of misery and pain for regional Western Australians

The McGowan Government has delivered a budget of misery and pain for Western Australians without any reduction in debt over the forward estimates.

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