Funds for Lancelin Lime Route Two

Member for Moore Shane Love MLA has welcomed $15 million Royalties for Regions funding for the upgrade of Agricultural Lime Route 2 from Lancelin. The funds will allow for the upgrade of roads to support the safe and efficient travel of lime-sand trucks from pits in Lancelin via KW Road, Sappers Road and Orange Springs Road…

$22 million boost for Central Coast health care

Health care on the Central Coast and surrounding areas is set to receive a tremendous boost with an investment of $22.46 million by Royalties for Regions.  The four year Turquoise Coast Health Initiative will deliver increased emergency, acute, palliative, short-stay and community based care, along with ante natal and post natal services. The package will…

Nationals pledge $10m to Toodyay sporting precinct

Royalties for Regions will provide Toodyay its first public swimming pool and a long-awaited sport and recreation precinct should The Nationals WA be re-elected to Government next March. Nationals WA Deputy Leader Mia Davies was in Toodyay in December with local MP Shane Love MLA to announce a $10 million election commitment to construct a multi-purpose sporting…

New path to put Jurien Bay on the cycling map

Jurien Bay residents now have opportunities for greater recreational activities closer to home thanks to a new 3.9 kilometre cycle path between Booka Valley and the mouth of Hill River. Made possible with $600,000 from the State Government’s Royalties for Regions and $580,000 from the Department of Transport, the project is part of a greater…

Three new projects benefit MW aged care

Aged care services in Mullewa, Dongara and Northampton will receive a $4 million boost thanks to Royalties for Regions funding.   Member for Moore Shane Love MLA welcomed the news and said the projects would enable more elderly regional residents to remain close to the communities they know and love. “It is well established that…

Building to start on Dalwallinu Hospital

Member for Moore Shane Love MLA has welcomed news that refurbishment works on the Dalwallinu Hospital are due to start in January 2017. Building firm, Pindan has been awarded the construction tender for the $5.23 million upgrade works that have been funded by Royalties for Regions through the Southern Inland Heath Initiative (SIHI). Dalwallinu Hospital…