Statement on Facebook

The Nationals WA oppose the changes made by Facebook to restrict Australian residents from accessing news content. The decision by Facebook to unilaterally remove important Government information, including the Bureau of Meteorology and the WA Department of Fire and Emergency Services place a restriction on important and potentially life-saving advice and reduces transparency. The censorship…

$15 million to boost capacity in regional women’s health

Community-based women’s health care clinics across regional WA will receive a much-needed funding boost if The Nationals WA form Government after the State election. Leader Mia Davies announced plans to establish a Regional Women’s Health and Wellbeing Fund, worth $15 million, while visiting the Hedland Well Women’s Centre today, alongside candidate for the Pilbara Scott…

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…