The Nationals WA have again called for a Parliamentary inquiry into Labor’s failed Albany wave energy project to ensure the gross waste of taxpayer funds isn’t repeated.Read more
The Nationals WA have accused the McGowan Government of a stitch up over the Albany wave energy project, which new figures show has created zero local jobs.Read more
The McGowan Government’s obsession with secret deals and hiding information from the West Australian public has again been laid bare.Read more
Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman is pleased the Margaret River Perimeter Road opened in time for the busy summer holiday season.
The community has pushed for a by-pass for nearly 30 years, and when in Government, the Nationals instigated the project through the Royalties for Regions initiative.Read more
The Nationals WA have slammed the Premier’s decision to retain Fran Logan as Corrective Services Minister in today’s Cabinet reshuffle.Read more
The Nationals WA have called on the State Housing Minister to resign after a stunning capitulation to Canberra left the future of remote indigenous communities in limbo.Read more
The Nationals WA have called for the McGowan Government’s troubled Albany wave energy project to be referred to the State Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee.Read more
Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman is pleased the McGowan Government has supported his call for an enquiry into issues affecting short stay accommodation providers.
“I have been approached by a number of people in the tourism industry regarding the ‘unequal playing field’ between registered and unregistered short stay accommodation providers, and the use of online booking platforms such as Airbnb,” Mr Redman said.Read more
Member for Warren-Blackwood, Terry Redman and the Nationals WA believe the State Government needs to take a leadership role in finding a workable solution regarding the use of online booking platforms by non-registered holiday home operators.
“I have had significant feedback on the issue of unregistered accommodation places, and claims that there is not a level playing field compared to commercial accommodation providers,” Mr Redman said.
The Nationals WA have sown the seeds for a new policy to utilise the near-dormant Mining Rehabilitation Fund (MRF) to create ongoing, on-country Aboriginal ranger jobs.Read more