Shire of Kent awarded $50,000 Lotterywest grant

A $51,243 State Government Lotterywest grant will help pave the way towards an upgrade of Nyabing’s local Memorial Park. Member for Wagin Terry Waldron MLA presented the Lotterywest grant to representatives at the Shire of Kent, where Nyabing is located, late last week. “This Lotterywest funding has been granted towards the upgrade of Nyabing’s popular…

New data hub will support innovation and research

Data hub to support innovation of new products, services and research projects Tech businesses, start-up companies and educational institutions to benefit  Lands Minister Terry Redman today launched a location data hub that will provide technology-based businesses, start-up companies and educational institutions with access to a range of resources and networking opportunities to support new technologies…

395 new fire hydrants for regional WA

Hydrants to be installed across regional WA Part of State Government’s $12.5 million, five-year program to install 2,900 extra hydrants across the State  Twenty-six regional towns and suburbs will benefit from 395 new fire hydrants to be installed by the Water Corporation over the coming months. Water Minister Mia Davies said hydrants would be installed…

$20 million to improve regional estuaries

Six southern regional estuaries targeted for improvements in $20 million plan Made possible by Royalties for Regions  Six regional estuary systems in the State’s South-West and Great Southern will be targeted under a new $20 million Royalties for Regions program launched today in Peel by Water Minister Mia Davies and Regional Development Minister Terry Redman.…

177 new fire hydrants for Perth Hills

Hydrants to be installed in 15 suburbs in Perth Hills Part of State Government’s $12.5 million, five-year program to install 2,900 extra hydrants across WA  Fifteen suburbs across the Perth Hills area will benefit from 177 new fire hydrants to be installed by the Water Corporation from this month. Water Minister Mia Davies said Orange…

Wheatbelt locals benefit from water supply upgrades

Local and Aboriginal-owned businesses employed for State Government pipe replacement projects in the Wheatbelt Pipeline repair work ahead of schedule as part of three-year, $32 million farmlands water supply improvement project  Wheatbelt businesses continue to benefit from the State Government’s commitment to employ local contractors as part of the $32 million farmlands water supply improvement…

Albany Community Hospice officially opened

​Greater access to priority health services for patients in the Great Southern $4.788 million investment from Royalties for Regions program Albany and surrounding areas can now meet increasing demand for palliative care with a new hospice officially opened today by Regional Development Minister Terry Redman. The new eight-bed facility, owned by Albany Community Hospice, was…

Locals getting back in game after fires

$150,000 to redevelop Waroona Town Oval after January bushfires $30,000 in sporting equipment grants to help three local clubs  Residents in the bushfire-affected towns of Waroona and Yarloop will hopefully be back playing sport in time for the winter season, thanks to funding from the State Government. Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies today announced…