February 2, 2017
Member for Durack Melissa Price has welcomed the WA Liberal Party’s election commitment of upgrading the Geraldton Regional Hospital.
“Finally,” Ms Price said.
“I’ve been fighting to get the State Governm... read more »
February 1, 2017
Member for Durack Melissa Price has called on local community groups to apply for the Federal Government grants to support projects that honour Australia’s military history and personnel.
“As a community we continue to honour the servi... read more »
January 20, 2017
Member for Durack Melissa Price said payment terms and times for Durack small businesses are currently in the spotlight, thanks to an Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Inquiry.
“As I travel around my electorate and me... read more »
January 17, 2017
Member for Durack Melissa Price has announced the latest round of projects to receive funding through the Regional Arts Fund.
“I am pleased to announce that Warmun Arts Centre has received $25,000 for 2017 WRECK Project – Tura ne... read more »
December 29, 2016
Young people living in Durack will have better access to educational opportunities as the Turnbull Government starts rolling out its $93.4 million regional education election commitment next year.
Under the regional education package, from 1 Janua... read more »
December 27, 2016
More 1.2 million Aussie tourists visited Australia’s North West and spent $1.5 billion in the last 12 months - creating local jobs in the area and driving economic growth.
Member for Durack Melissa Price said today's National Vis... read more »
December 22, 2016
Roebourne and Bidyadanga residents can connect to free Wi-Fi at their local Department of Human Services Agent thanks to a new trial.
Roebourne and Bidyadanga are the only sites in WA currently offering free Wi-Fi access to connect to Centrelink, ... read more »
December 20, 2016
A parenting app popular with Durack families is getting a refresh in time for the school holidays thanks to the Turnbull Government, with hundreds of articles, activity suggestions and advice to help families with children of all ages.
The Learnin... read more »
December 18, 2016
Member for Durack Melissa Price today welcomed $12.5 million in funding for communities in Western Australia to enhance their resilience to natural disasters.
Funding is being provided as part of the $52 million national partnership agreement on natural disaster resilience, with the Commonwealth and WA each contributing $6.26 million.
Ms Pric... read more »
December 16, 2016
Innovative ideas that help move people from welfare to work will be funded by the Turnbull Government, with the opening of the $96 million Try, Test and Learn Fund.
Member for Durack Melissa Price said using insights from the Australian Priority Investment Approach to Welfare, the Try, Test and Learn Fund will initially target and invest in grou... read more »
December 15, 2016
A year since the Turnbull Government launched a landmark new plan to capitalise on the nation’s strengths and turn Australia into an innovation leader, major initiatives are underway to boost investment, generate jobs and improve the quality of... read more »
December 13, 2016
Applications are invited for a vacancy in the Electorate Office of Melissa Price MP. This part time position is based in Geraldton Western Australia. This position will be available from 30 January until 27 September. Hours of employment are 9am – 5pm Mon, Tues. 9am -1.30pm Wed.
A high level of general office skills with proficiency in... read more »
December 11, 2016
The Turnbull Government’s legislation to rebuild vocational education and training has passed the Parliament, delivering a system that Durack students and taxpayers can trust and ending the rip-offs and rorts that plagued Labor’s failed V... read more »
December 8, 2016
The Wheatbelt will have further improved mobile reception, with eight new base stations in the region under round 2 of the Turnbull Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program, Member for Durack Melissa Price announced today.
Today’s announcement follows the 12 new mobile stations in the Wheatbelt which Ms Price announced in June la... read more »
December 8, 2016
The Gascoyne will have further improved mobile reception, with four new base stations in the region under round 2 of the Turnbull Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program, Member for Durack Melissa Price announced today.
Today’s announcement follows the 11 new mobile stations in the Gascoyne which Ms Price announced in June last ... read more »