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What the Papers Say

Highway intersection upgrade officially opened

The Federal Government has officially opened the new intersection of the Great Northern Highway and North West Coastal Highway 30 minutes south of Port Hedland. The $3.5 million joint project between the Commonwealth and the State Government is part of the greater Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme initiative. Federal member for ... read more »

Price backs anti-violence plan

Member for Durack Melissa Price has thrown her support behind the Turnbull Government's $100 million Third Action Plan of the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and Children. "The scourge of domestic violence affects all cultures, demographics and communities," she said. "This action plan builds on previous work by governments, ... read more »

People in their 70s can receive free shingles vaccine

A vaccine to prevent the painful and potentially deadly shingles infection is now available free of charge to people in their 70s.  However, those in their 50s, 60s, and 80s will continue to have to pay $200 or more for a dose of the Zostavax vaccine if they want to be protected from the viral infection.  The Federal Government has ... read more »

Durack receives funding for Bushfire Mitigation Project

Federal Member for Durack Melissa Price welcomes $49,788 in disaster resilience funding to better prepare local communities from the threat of bushfires.  Ms Price said the funding will be provided to the Department of Parks and Wildlife Moora District under the Turnbull Government’s $15 million National Bushfire Mitigation Programme ... read more »

STEM grant opportunities

The Federal Government is introducing a new grant system which aims to give Durack students more opportunities to learn and compete in the field of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Member for Durack Melissa Price said the grants would allow students to travel to, and take part in, national and international competitions and for... read more »

Teacher in the mix for training title

A Fitzroy Crossing teacher has been named a finalist for the 2016 Australian Training Awards, to be presented next month at a ceremony in Darwin. Tegan Mossop teaches language, literacy and numeracy and other employability and leadership skills to students in remote Aboriginal communities in the central Kimberley. Ms Mossop is a finalist for ... read more »

Further inquiry on student education

The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs says its inquiry into educational outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from the 44th Parliament has been re-referred for further investigation.  Committee chair Melissa Price said the end of the 44th Parliament prevented MPs from completing the inqu... read more »

Hinterland competition to tip off next month

The Melissa Price Mid-West Basketball Competition starts on November 5 at the Mullewa Recreation Centre from 9.30am. In the comp's second year, men's and women's teams from Mingenew, Morawa, Mt Magnet, Perenjori, Pia Wadjarri, Three Springs and Yalgoo have already nominated. 360 Health + Community men's health worker Glen Fleeton said the sec... read more »

Local up for training award

Karratha woman Naomi Beath has been nominated as a finalist for the 2016 Australian Training Awards in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year category. The awards recognise the best in skills and training nationwide across categories including Australian apprentice, vocational student and teacher of the year. Ms Beath's... read more »

Funding to help get doco project off the ground

A cherished indigenous documentary will get a long-awaited second coming after securing Federal Government funding to build on a story started by many of the presentday elders in Roebourne. Juluwarlu Aboriginal Corporation was granted $200,000 under the Federal Government's Indigenous Languages and Arts program to make a three-part series to be ... read more »

Talks begin over trial to curb shocking Kimberley suicide rate

More than 100 delegates are in Broome to discuss ways to reduce the alarmingly high number of Aboriginal suicides in the Kimberley.   Talks between indigenous leaders, community advocates and Federal politicians aim to generate ideas to help shape a new suicide prevention trial in the region. The age-adjusted rate of suicide in the Kimber... read more »

Project boost for town

Dreams of a new outdoor multipurpose facility at Kununurra's rodeo grounds are a step closer to reality after a Federal funding boost. The project, spearheaded by the Kununurra Rodeo and Campdraft Association, is expected to be complete by mid-2017, in time for next year's rodeo season. Durack MP Melissa Price announced the $319,588 grant las... read more »

Contest heats up with launch

Liberal candidate for the seat of Kimberley, Warren Greatorex, officially launched his 2017 election campaign at an event in Kununurra last week. Mr Greatorex, who will contest the seat against sitting Labor member Josie Farrer and WA Nationals' candidate Rob Houston in March, said it was encouraging to receive so much community support. "The... read more »

They said it

"For the first time since Federation in 1901, tonight the government has voted in favour of a second reading amendment.  The Liberals have called on themselves to explain their failures." Labor's Tony Burke blames Financial Services Minister Kelly O'Dwyer for a parliamentary procedure bungle that had the government voting against itself. ... read more »

Pyne gets accolades for 'fixing' bungle

Turnbull government ministers have played down a "procedural mistake" in the Parliament that saw the government accidentally condemn itself, heaping praise on "fixer" Christopher Pyne for undoing the bungle that left Coalition MPs embarrassed. In its second procedural mishap in the House of Representatives, the Coalition on Wednesday voted for a... read more »
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