Watering towns across Wagin electorate

Member for Wagin Terry Waldron MLA has said applications had opened for the State Government’s Watering WA Towns grants program. “This initiative is providing $21.6 million towards developing water sources for regional community and industry use thanks to Royalties for Regions,” Mr Waldron said. Member for Wagin Terry Waldron MLA said local governments, community groups…

Export grants for WA agrifood industry

Seven West Australian agrifood businesses are set to benefit from $1.5 million in business grants as part of the Asian Market Export grant program.   Member for Moore Shane Love MLA said the program was helping to facilitate access to the growing premium export market of Asia and was part of the Department of Agriculture…

Redman welcomes new brand to showcase WA producers

A new brand promoting Western Australian produce to overseas export markets would put the State’s agrifood businesses on the world map, Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman, said today.   Mr Redman welcomed the Liberal National Government’s Western Australia Worth Sharing brand campaign, which was launched by Premier Colin Barnett and Minister Redman today. Western Australia…

WORKS OFFICIALLY 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…

New brand will showcase WA producers to the world

A new brand promoting Western Australian produce to overseas export markets will put the State’s agrifood businesses on the world map. Western Australia Worth Sharing is a $8.1 million, three-year funding initiative by Royalties for Regions through the $350 million Seizing the Opportunity Agriculture project. Member for Moore Shane Love MLA welcomed the launch of…