Early voting is now open across the Mining and Pastoral Region.
If you're heading to the polls before March 11, here is The Nationals' How To Vote card for the Upper House and list of pre-poll centres.Read more
Member for Mining and Pastoral Region Jacqui Boydell has emphasised the importance of foreign investment as a means to unlock the untapped potential of the North West’s agriculture sector at the 2016 EASTxWEST Forum in Shenzhen, China.
The EASTxWEST Forum is a biennial event that was established by the Local Governments of Australia’s North West to foster regional prosperity.Read more
The Nationals WA have called on both major parties to be clear and honest about their future plans for Royalties for Regions, following statements made by Premier Colin Barnett and members of both major parties around the future of the regional fund this week.
Member for Mining and Pastoral Region Jacqui Boydell MLC said the people of regional WA deserved honesty ahead of the 2017 State Election.Read more
The State Government’s KidSport program has reached a significant milestone today, with 10,000 Aboriginal children now signed up with a local sporting or recreation club.
Member for Mining and Pastoral Region Jacqui Boydell said it was a great achievement for the program.Read more
Member for Mining and Pastoral Region Jacqui Boydell MLC this week moved a motion to refer the Pilbara Port Assets (Disposal) Bill 2015 to a Parliamentary Committee for further consideration in detail.
Ms Boydell said the decision of the State Parliament’s Upper House to support her motion to refer the Bill to the Standing Committee on Legislation would be vital to ensuring any long term lease arrangements serve in the best interests of all Western Australians.Read more
Member for North West Central Vince Catania MLA and Member for Mining and Pastoral Jacqui Boydell MLC have applauded the Gascoyne community for its activism and tenacity in opposing a proposal to reintroduce fish traps in the region.
“Earlier this week I was proud to table a petition in the State Parliament which contained more than 2200 signatures which were collected in just over four weeks from across Gascoyne,” Ms Boydell said.Read more