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What the Papers Say

New school opening an emotional experience

Cultural day marks school opening When the last young dancer had kicked their feet and grinned at the crowd, what settled over onlookers was an appreciation of what has already become the hub of Warmun Community. At the opening of the new Warmun Ngalangangpum School, principal Leanne Hodge set the mood for what was to be a touching celebratio... read more »

Men's sheds to receive funding

The Chapman Valley Menshed and Kellerberrin Community Men's Shed Inc will receive $3000 and $6000, respectively from the Federal Government to continue to promote and support men's health and wellbeing in Durack. The grant will fund a Smoothcut plasma, electric mig welder, and an air compressor for the Chapman Valley Menshed, while the funding t... read more »

Price seeks another tilt in Durack seat

Since winning Durack at the 2013 election, Melissa Price has joined parliamentary committees to represent the electorate during consideration of important agriculture, Indigenous affairs, infrastructure and northern development issues. Ms Price was born and bred in regional WA and understands the strength and diversity that comes from living in ... read more »

Grants boost military history

The Shire of Carnarvon has received Federal Government funding for military history projects throughout the region. The Government grants will result in the Shire receiving $3636 towards upgrading military plaques along the HMAS Sydney II Walk of Remembrance. With the 75th anniversary since the fateful end of HMAS Sydney II not far away, the ... read more »

Forging ties in Parliament

For many Australians, the only vision they observe of our Federal politicians is unsavoury bickering during Parliament Question Time. Wouldn't it be great if members of both the House of Representatives and the Senate could work collaboratively in improving awareness of vital issues, irrespective of their political party or side of politics? Act... read more »

Coalition promises to spend big on roads and water in Durack

Spending on road upgrades and water investigations are emerging as key election issues in the West Australian electorate of Durack. The Liberal National Coalition's campaign trail came to the Kimberley on Monday to announce a swathe of road and water focussed pre-election promises. Minister for Northern Australia Senator Matthew Canavan and M... read more »

Fishers will benefit

Recreational fishers across the Durack electorate will have more input to the Commonwealth management of fisheries than ever before, under a re-elected Turnbull Government on July 2. Federal Member for Durack Melissa Price said she believed the announcement would be welcomed because it would benefit recreational fishers across a variety of secto... read more »

Minister spruiks tax cuts for small and medium business

Geraldton's business district received a special visit from Federal Minister for Small Business Kelly O'Dwyer last Friday afternoon at the Geraldton Club. Together with fellow coalition constituent Melissa Price (Member for Durack), the duo engaged openly with local business owners about the state of business in the town and what benefits small ... read more »

WA Government urged to boost support for Geraldton hospital upgrades says Durack federal MP

The federal Liberal Member for Durack, Melissa Price, says upgrades to the public hospital in Geraldton remain top of her "wish list" for funding. Ms Price identified improvements to Geraldton Regional Hospital as a key commitment during the last federal election campaign but the facility is yet to receive additional funding. Health professionals... read more »

Nominations for Durack electorate close today

The Australian Electoral Commission will officially declare all House of Representative nominations for the division of Durack at noon today. Once this process has been completed, Durack divisional returning officer Sandra Nairn will conduct a random draw to determine official positioning on the ballot paper. Competing for the seat of Durack ... read more »

Men's sheds to get $10,000 fund boost

Two men's sheds across Durack are set to receive almost $10,000 in Federal Government funding to continue to support and promote men's health. The Chapman Valley Menshed and the Kellerberrin Community Men's Shed Inc are set to receive $3000 and $6000 respectively. Grants will fund an air compressor, electric mig welder and smoothcut plasma at... read more »

Comment sought for probe into truck prices

The national small business ombudsman wants to hear from owner-drivers affected by the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal's payments order, and is urging businesses who used ownerdriver services in past to do so again. The payment order briefly came into effect in April, before the Tribunal was abolished, and forced ownerdrivers to raise the pric... read more »

MP's radar is on mobile coverage

Federal Member for Durack Melissa Price said her electorate could benefit from enhanced mobile coverage if the Turnbull Government was re-elected on July 2. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced recently that the Coalition would provide a further $60 million to improve mobile phone reception black spots across Australia, with an emphasis on ... read more »

Police cop retailers' wrath

Mid West-Gascoyne District Superintendent Mike Bell has apologised to local retailers over a "disappointing response" to theft claims, highlighting an overall drop in crime across Geraldton. Deputy Premier and Police Minister Liza Harvey arrived in Geraldton earlier this week to hold a series of crime forums to address the concerns of local reta... read more »

Coalition puts hold on backpacker tax

Small Business Minister and Assistant Treasurer Kelly O'Dwyer has announced the government's highly anticipated position on the backpacker tax. The government said it would defer for six months an increase on the tax to a flat 32.5 per cent rate that was due to start on July 1. The increase was announced in last year's federal budget but has ... read more »
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