Arts funding to shine the spotlight on regional creatives

Regional WA’s amazing artists, performers, film makers, writers, musicians and local arts organisations will receive additional funding to support creativity if The Nationals WA are elected on March 13. Leader Mia Davies announced Creative Regions Unmasked – a $35 million commitment to support regional artists – in Albany today alongside local candidate Delma Baesjou and…

$15 million to boost capacity in regional women’s health

Community-based women’s health care clinics across regional WA will receive a much-needed funding boost if The Nationals WA form Government after the State election. Leader Mia Davies announced plans to establish a Regional Women’s Health and Wellbeing Fund, worth $15 million, while visiting the Hedland Well Women’s Centre today, alongside candidate for the Pilbara Scott…

The Nationals WA to address qualified childcare staff shortages in regions

The Nationals WA have promised to deliver more qualified childcare workers in regional areas to address the skills shortage and support high quality early childhood education. Leader Mia Davies said The Nationals WA will immediately lift an exemption which prevents childcare workers in regional areas from accessing discounted course fees through the State Government’s Lower…