In Moore with Love – August 2018

Welcome to my monthly news update from the Electorate of Moore. The McGowan Labor Government can no longer justify its savage cuts to regional education and Community Resource Centres with news that WA is to benefit from a $4.7 billion GST windfall over eight years following a Federal Government proposal. A portion of these funds…

Jurien Bay and Moora health upgrades opened

Upgrades worth more than $10 million to the Jurien Bay Health Centre and Moora Hospital were officially opened on July 24. Member for Moore Shane Love MLA said the redevelopments were part of a $300 million Royalties for Regions funded capital works program initiated by the Nationals WA that saw health facilities upgraded in 37…

Tom Price and Carnarvon volunteers feature in Firefighting Awards finalists

Volunteer Firefighting services in Tom Price and Carnarvon have dominated in the annual Firefighting Awards, with young and senior volunteers also being recognised as finalists. Nationals WA Member for North West Central Vince Catania has congratulated all of the local finalists in the various award categories: Team AchievementTom Price VBFB and VFRS Youth Achievement AwardCallum…

Karratha Health Campus a testament to RfR

The Nationals WA Member for the Mining and Pastoral Region Jacqui Boydell says completion of Karratha Health Campus is testament to the quality of regional development enabled by Royalties for Regions. Made possible through $206.5 million of RfR funding, the project was completed on time and on budget and will open its doors to patients…

The Nationals WA welcome Toodyay pool

The Nationals WA have welcomed Federal Government funding of $4.7 million towards a swimming pool and other sport and recreation facilities in Toodyay. Upper house member Martin Aldridge and Member for Moore Shane Love said the funding boost was a fantastic outcome for the Toodyay community. “Toodyay Shire had identified construction of a public swimming pool…

Eneabba memorial prompts heritage walk

The Eneabba community’s enthusiastic response to a memorial dedicated to its war service pioneers has prompted the town to take on a further project. More than 200 past and present residents attended the unveiling of the memorial on June 2 which is a tribute to the 36 World War II veterans and their families who…