Labor sitting on its hand while tensions rise in rural WA

The Nationals WA have called on the McGowan Government to do more amid rising tension in rural communities over the harassment of WA farmers by animal activists.  

Labor still has no answers for Newman Hospital rebuild

The Newman community remains in the dark over when it will get its long-awaited hospital upgrade after the Health Minister contradicted a construction timeline provided by the Member for Pilbara.

Regional WA fights to secure another McGowan backflip

The Nationals WA have welcomed the McGowan Government’s latest backflip which will see Labor discard its ill-advised plot to seize control of 1,385 tonnes of WA’s annual lobster catch.

Labor’s Geraldton hospital upgrade will face pressure after just two years: Nats

The Nationals WA have again questioned the McGowan Government’s ability to provide long-term solutions and adequate health services in Geraldton after a document revealed Labor’s planned hospital upgrade would fail to meet demand within two years of completion.

Davies congratulates Grant Woodhams AM

The Nationals WA have congratulated former MP Grant Woodhams on becoming a Member (AM) of the order of Australia in the general division. 

Labor fails Albany on Ring Road

The McGowan Government has jeopardised the Great Southern’s economic development by dragging its heels on submitting a business case for the completion of the Albany Ring Road.

Collie a victim of Labor’s anti-regional agenda

The Nationals WA have pointed to the McGowan Government’s pillaging of Royalties for Regions to pay for core government services as a key reason why the town of Collie is now being described by media...

OPINION: WA’s not getting a fair go from old ore deals

The Nationals WA have prosecuted an argument for more than two years that the legacy State Agreements which govern our State’s two biggest iron ore miners — BHP and Rio Tinto — no longer deliver...

Labor ignores Pilbara student safety concerns

The Nationals WA have accused the Education Minister of “papering over the cracks” at Hedland Senior High School after allocating just $500,000 to fix a litany of infrastructure issues at the South Hedland campus.

CRCs lose in Labor’s latest round of cuts

Community Resource Centres across regional WA will be forced to fight to retain training funds under a perverse new system orchestrated by the McGowan Government.
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