The Nationals WA have welcomed the establishment of a Joint Select Committee into Palliative Care in Western Australia. Nationals WA Deputy Leader and Member for Moore Shane Love MLA is a member of the Committee that will inquire into and report on a range of issues including the delivery of palliative care in regional WA.…
Regional WA has some amazing cities that form hubs for many surrounding regional communities.
Access to a range of diverse artistic and cultural experiences is important for the social wellbeing of all West Australians.
Emergency service personnel – both paid and voluntary – are large contributors to the safety of people and property in regional WA.
People living and working in regional areas are closely connected to the land and have an appreciation for the environment and sustainable development.
The Nationals WA want to keep Western Australia moving and to do that we need roads, rail and ports – both air and sea – to continually improve.
The Nationals WA understand how important our resources sector is to the economy of Western Australia and our nation.
The Nationals WA have always had a focus on agriculture, a sector worth more than $8 billion to our economy each year.
Western Australia is a vast state of contrasting and diverse landscapes. There is a lot to enjoy, experience and learn about our State and the tourism sector plays an important role sharing these stories.
There are roughly 55,000 small businesses in regional WA that contribute enormously to the State’s economy.