New era in connectivity launched in Nungarin

Local MP Mia Davies has welcomed the launch of a new telecommunications network in the eastern Wheatbelt that will provide faster internet for connected users. The project, a collaboration between NEWROC and regional WA-based internet provider CRISP Wireless, will build up to 13 telecommunications towers across Koorda, Mt Marshall, Mukinbudin, Nungarin, Trayning, Wyalkatchem and Merredin.…

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Animal welfare must be top priority

The Nationals WA Leader Mia Davies has backed Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud’s crackdown on exporters that flout animal welfare rules and regulations. Ms Davies said she was abhorred by vision obtained by Animals Australia which showed the mistreatment of livestock aboard a vessel which left Fremantle last year. “The live export of animals is…

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Statement from Mia Davies

On 16 February 2018, a serious complaint relating to Barnaby Joyce was raised with Terry Redman MLA by Ms Catherine Marriott. With Ms Marriott’s permission, Mr Redman shared this information with me. Ms Marriott asked for advice on how to lodge her complaint with the Party. It was her express wish that the matter be…

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Nationals back Karratha community in new FIFO row

The Nationals have backed the City of Karratha’s objection to a proposal which could see a 1300 bed fly-in, fly-out camp become a permanent fixture in the Pilbara town.  Fleetwood wants the McGowan Government to grant permanent ownership over a portion of land at the Searipple Village site, which is currently under a temporary lease…

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Nats welcome McGowan backflip but the fight rages on

The McGowan Government’s partial reversal of its cruel suite of education cuts is a show of regional Western Australia’s “people power”, according to The Nationals WA Leader Mia Davies. Ms Davies said The Nationals remained disappointed that a number of Labor’s cuts would still go ahead, including the closure of five regional camp schools and…

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Regional Students Still Matter

Don’t let the McGowan Government continue its attack on regional education

The Regional Students Matter campaign has fired up again, calling on all of regional WA to send a strong message to the McGowan Government that this latest suite of attacks to regional education is not acceptable.

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