The Nationals WA to address qualified childcare staff shortages in regions

The Nationals WA have promised to deliver more qualified childcare workers in regional areas to address the skills shortage and support high quality early childhood education. Leader Mia Davies said The Nationals WA will immediately lift an exemption which prevents childcare workers in regional areas from accessing discounted course fees through the State Government’s Lower…

Country Ambulances

The Nationals commit $29 million to increase the number of community paramedics to 45 in regional WA. We will also comprehensively review ambulance funding arrangements, provide $1 million in seed funding for an Ambulance Volunteer Association and provide $10 million for the creation of a small sub-centre sustainability fund for remote ambulance centres.

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Community Resource Centres

Community Resource Centres are incredibly important to regional WA. They are community hubs and sources of information, while providing opportunities for our more vulnerable members in the community. If elected, The Nationals WA pledge to invest $91.5 million over five years into Community Resource Centres. This would include $14 million for annual operational funding, $600,000…

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Carbon farming and NRM policy

The Nationals WA recognise that climate change significantly affects regional communities and support transitioning to a zero-carbon economy. If elected to Government in 2021, we will commit $100 million through Royalties for Regions over five years, with $55 million being allocated towards a Land and Sea Restoration Fund for carbon farming and management. We will…