LOCAL GROUPS INVITED TO APPLY FOR 2022 VOLUNTEER GRANTS
11 August 2022
Eligible local not-for-profit community organisations are invited to apply for a grant between $1000 and $5000 from the 2022 Volunteer Grants program.
BRAND URGED TO HAVE A SAY ON NATIONAL CULTURAL POLICY
10 August 2022
The Albanese Government is calling for people in Brand to have their say on the future of the arts in Australia to help support the vibrant arts communities in Rockingham and Kwinana.
STRENGTHENING OUR BIOSECURITY MEASURES TO PROTECT AUSTRALIA FROM FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE
02 August 2022
Many people are rightly concerned about Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) and the
devastating impacts it could have to our livestock industry if it were to reach our shores.
FEDERAL LABOR TO INVEST IN NGALA CHILD AND PARENT CENTRE
13 May 2022
Under an Albanese Labor Government, local Kwinana families will benefit from investment in the fantastic Ngala Child and Parent Centre in Calista.
SUPPORTING BETTER SCHOOLS FOR KIDS IN BRAND
06 May 2022
An Albanese Labor Government has committed to more than $1.7 million for important school-led projects across Western Australia to build a better future for local school kids.
MORE HELP FOR FAMILIES IN BRAND, LESS PRESSURE ON HOSPITALS
18 April 2022
Under Labor, families in Brand will get the bulk billed urgent medical care they need, without having to wait hours at over-burdened hospital emergency departments.
FEDERAL LABOR IS BACKING OUR WA VETERANS AND DEFENCE PERSONNEL
08 March 2022
An Albanese Labor Government will invest in defence personnel and veterans in Western Australia by providing $5 million in funding for a new Veteran Wellbeing Centre south of Perth.
MORRISON ‘REARRANGES TRUTH TO A LIE’ ON SUPPORT FOR CLIVE PALMER’S WA BORDER CHALLENGE
14 February 2022
Scott Morrison’s claim in Question Time that his support for Clive Palmer’s challenge to Western Australia’s borders was ‘normal convention’ is yet another example of Barnaby Joyce’s observation ‘how earnestly he rearranges the truth to a lie’.
The facts are that during the entire time Christian Porter was Attorney-General he intervened in just 31 constitutional proceedings out of a total of 653.
MR MORRISON KEEPS RIPPING OFF FAMILIES WITH CHILD CARE FEES
28 January 2022
The price of family child care has been jacked up by more than double the CPI inflation rate in 2021, causing stress and financial strain for Rockingham and Kwinana families.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics released the latest data on price increases to December 2021, showing child care prices increase in Perth by 8.6 per cent, while CPI inflation was only 3.5 per cent.
GP SHORTAGES IN THE SPOTLIGHT AS SENATE INQUIRY HEARINGS COMMENCE
03 November 2021
The shortage of GPs in Brand will be under the spotlight this week as the first public hearing of a Senate inquiry examining the issue gets underway in Canberra.
Labor called for the inquiry in a bid to investigate the critical lack of doctors across outer metropolitan, rural and regional Australia.