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04 September 2018

Future of Moora Residential College secured

Moora Residential College has been saved from planned closure by a Federal Government capital injection, giving students, parents and regional communities renewed certainty.

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14 August 2018

One SMART drumline location is not enough protection

The WA Liberals have welcomed the McGowan Government’s backflip on shark mitigation and says its decision to trial SMART drumlines is a sensible one. 

05 July 2018

A fairer GST deal for WA which leaves every State better off

The Liberal Government has long recognised that what has been happening with WA’s share of the GST is unfair, not sustainable in a Federation and has to be fixed.

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20 June 2018

How to Vote for Alyssa Hayden

Alyssa hopes to have the opportunity to hear from you about the local issues that matter most to you and your family.

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17 May 2018

Minister Kelly must accept NSW SMART drumlines offer

Shadow Minister for Tourism Libby Mettam has called on the McGowan Government to “grab with both hands” an offer from the New South Wales Government to loan WA five SMART drum lines.

11 May 2018

Families and Households Will Pay For Labor Promises

The State Budget handed down yesterday shows WA Labor still has no plan for debt, no plan for jobs and no plan for families.

27 April 2018

Major Jobs and Infrastructure Boost for WA

The Federal Liberal Government has announced an historic, major infrastructure investment that will create thousands of jobs, stimulate economic growth and bust congestion, allowing commuters to get home more quickly and safely.

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26 April 2018

Additional Funding for WA Hospitals

The Federal Liberal Government are delivering more funds for WA hospitals, including upgrades to Joondalup Health Campus, Osborne Park Hospital and Royal Perth Hospital.

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24 April 2018

Sharks a real threat to our tourism industry

This week saw Western Australia placed on the international stage for all of the wrong reasons, with WA securing the title of the nation’s shark capital, following the two shark attacks near Gracetown, and the subsequent cancellation of WA’s only international sporting event – the Margaret River Surf Pro.

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