New tool to map progress in WA’s regions, Grills

Mining and Pastoral Region residents are now able to see Royalties for Regions projects transforming their communities, thanks to today’s launch of an online mapping application. Member for the Mining and Pastoral Region Dave Grills MLC said the interactive online map, powered by Landgate, displayed information about the 4700 locations Royalties for Regions projects were…

FUNDING FOR MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVES ANNOUNCED

The State Government has announced that $200,000 will be available for a new round of suicide prevention grants to promote community-based initiatives. Member for Kalgoorlie, Wendy Duncan MLA, said that organisations from across the Goldfields are encouraged to apply for grants of up to $20,000 each for programs aimed at increasing protective factors and reducing…

WORKS OPENED AT KALGOORLIE-BOULDER COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL

Students in Kalgoorlie-Boulder and surrounding suburbs will have access to better educational opportunities and outcomes through the redevelopment of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School and Education Support Centre. Member for Kalgoorlie, Wendy Duncan MLA along with Minister for Education the Hon Peter Collier MLC said that the $45 million Royalties for Regions investment, through the…

WARBURTON WORK CAMP

MS W.M. DUNCAN (Kalgoorlie — Deputy Speaker): My grievance this morning is to the Minister for Corrective Services. I thank the minister for agreeing to accept this grievance. This grievance is not so much with the current minister but more an expression of concern that a very expensive government asset is not being fully utilised…

Duncan calls on Mental Health Minister to deliver promised Kalgoorlie-Boulder Step-Up Step-Down facility

Member for Kalgoorlie, Wendy Duncan MLA, used a grievance in Parliament today to call on Minister for Mental Health, Hon Andrea Mitchell to deliver on the promised mental health Step-Up Step-Down facility for Kalgoorlie-Boulder. “The lobbying for a Step-Up Step-Down facility has been actively on the community agenda for more than four years, with continued pledges…