Nationals secure a commitment for tougher laws to protect farmers

After a sustained effort by The Nationals in State Parliament, the Labor Government has finally revealed just what their plans are to protect WA farmers and the agricultural sector from extremist behaviour by animal activists...

Nationals call for extension of consultation on Voluntary Assisted Dying

The Nationals WA have called on the Minister for Health to extend consultations after four regional areas were denied a chance to communicate their views on Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) reforms proposed by the McGowan...

Nationals seek select committee on animal activist threats

The Nationals WA are seeking to establish a Parliamentary committee to instigate new laws aimed at curbing the escalation of animal activist behaviour.

Country voters need a strong political voice

The Nationals WA are opposed to any measure that seeks to diminish regional representation in our State Parliament.

Nats welcome Federal commitment to Wheatbelt Secondary Freight Network

The Nationals WA have welcomed a $70 million commitment from the Federal Government to fund road improvements which will enhance productivity and driver safety across the Wheatbelt Secondary Freight Network (WSFN).

Labor need to deliver clear message on rural trespass

The Nationals WA have called on the McGowan Government to provide a clear message on what it is doing to tackle escalating instances of trespass on farms and regional businesses in the wake of today’s...

Caught Shorten (again): Would-be PM continues trend of snubbing the regions

Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has again snubbed regional Western Australia by refusing to venture outside of Perth on his latest visit to the State.

Labor on notice after promise to make regional health a Budget priority

The McGowan Government is on notice after its MPs voted to support a call by The Nationals WA to prioritise regional healthcare funding and services, including palliative care, in the upcoming State Budget.

New WAFarmers President welcomed by The Nationals WA

Leader of The Nationals WA and Member for Central Wheatbelt Mia Davies has congratulated York farmer Rhys Turton on his election as President of WAFarmers.

No Minister, basic healthcare in the bush should not be a “luxury”

The Nationals WA have slammed the State Health Minister after he said upgrading the dilapidated Laverton Hospital was a “luxury” the McGowan Government could not afford.
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