Member for Moore, Shane Love, says the State Government’s Stop Puppy Farming bill has turned into a dog’s breakfast after amendments to recognise farmers’ needs for working dogs were rejected by Labor. Mr Love said he strongly supported stamping out intensive puppy farming. The proposed legislation, however, caught too many in its net, including farmers…
Member for Moore
Spokesperson for Local Government; Planning; Environment; Child Protection; Community Services; Heritage
Shane was successfully elected as The Member for Moore in 2013. He brings a wealth of experience in community service, small business and agriculture and has lived and worked in regional WA most of his life.
Shane attended high school in Albany and completed a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Western Australia.
He was a local government councillor for more than 12 years, including Shire President of Dandaragan from 2004 until 2013.
Shane has served in a range of regional and local organisations, including as a director of the Northern Agricultural Catchments Council, as a board member of the Wheatbelt Development Commission, a member of the Wheatbelt Regional Advisory Planning Committee, the West Midlands Natural Resource Group, the Central Coastal Business Enterprise Centre Board and the Badgingarra School Council.
In December 2014, Shane was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to Minister for Regional Development and Lands, Terry Redman MLA.