McGowan refuses bipartisan approach on GST fix

Premier Mark McGowan has refused to join the Leader of The Nationals WA and the Leader of the Opposition in a show of bipartisan support for a change in the GST distribution formula.

Arrogance and secrecy are the hallmarks of the McGowan Government

The Nationals WA have slammed the Labor Government over its extraordinary lack of transparency and a culture of secrecy which is starving regional communities of information on decisions which affect their day-to-day lives.

Labor refuses to come clean on contract to privatise camp schools

The McGowan Government has refused to make public the terms of an agreement to privatise six camp schools across Western Australia, including regional facilities in Bridgetown, Dampier, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie and Pemberton.

Statement from Mia Davies on NSW Nationals investigation into Catherine Marriott complaint

I am disappointed it has taken so many months for the investigation into Catherine Marriott’s complaint to be finalised.

WA Nats hail hard-earned victory for Moora community

The Nationals WA have welcomed an $8.7 million commitment by the Federal Government to keep Moora Residential College open.

Reborn Moora will become an education hub under Nats

The Nationals WA will deliver a fully integrated education hub in Moora should the Party be successful in forming Government after the 2021 election.

Nationals give Labor another chance to save Moora Residential College and reverse cuts

The Nationals WA have ramped up pressure on Labor to use part proceeds from Mark McGowan’s new foreign buyers tax to reverse a suite of cruel education cuts.

McGowan labels CRC employees “hacks” in shocking and offensive outburst

The ignorance of Mark McGowan has again been laid bare after the Premier labelled Community Resource Centre employees “hacks” who did not earn their position.

WA Nats secure win for people living with Lyme-like disease

The Nationals WA have achieved an important milestone in a long-running battle to have the Commonwealth recognise that a Lyme-like disease exists in Australia and is placed on the notifiable disease register.

“Sub-par” Laverton Hospital still not on Labor Government’s agenda

The McGowan Government has again baulked at the chance to provide a timeline for when Laverton can expect upgrades to the town’s hospital, despite the Health Minister admitting the facility is “sub-par”.
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