Election 2013 Western Australia March 9

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Political News

WA Labor outlines commitment to North West Central

Labor Statement

A McGowan Labor Government will deliver real investment in schools, health and community facilities in the seat of North West Central, Deputy Labor Leader Roger Cook said today.

Mr Cook said for the past four and a half years, the Barnett-Grylls Government prioritised inner-city projects at the expense of services such as health, education and community facilities in the North West.

McGowan yet To Commit on Local Debate

Independent for Rockingham Matthew Whitfield has been attempting to setup a local peoples debate in Rockingham.

WA Liberals Remove Announcements from Website

In an extraordinary move the WA Liberal party have removed all previous press release and announcements from their website.

AEC set to benefit from Nationals plan for improved arts funding

Nationals Statement

Member for the South West Region, Colin Holt MLC, has today launched a Regional Arts Discussion Paper from The Nationals WA, aimed at providing recurrent funding towards key regional arts centres.

No Social In Barnett

Premier Colin Barnett is a blank when it come to Social Media on twitter.

Anglicare Finds 21

Anglicare have come out with their priority 21 list ahead of the WA 2013 election, with housing the top issue.


McGowan A Light Weight on Twitter

Labor WA Leader Mark McGowan has been a lighweight on Social Media app twitter.

CPSU/CSA on Banksia Hill Detention Centre Riot

Community & Public Sector Union / Civil Service Association of WA Statement

The latest incident at the Banksia Hill Detention Centre where up to 90 cells were damaged and detainees were rioting on Sunday night was always going to happen according to the Community and Public Sector Union/Civil Service Association.

CPSU/CSA Branch Secretary Toni Walkington said it was the latest incident at the centre and was product of a number of different issues.

Independent Carol Adams Lists Community Issues

Independent candidate for Kwinana Carol Adams has detailed 11 community issues she will commit to work towards if elected.

Kalamunda Jack Healey Centre Under Threat

Greg Ross (Kalamunda) Statement

Retired and senior citizens in the Kalamunda electorate are deeply concerned at not only the direction the Council is taking the Jack Healey Centre, but also its very future.

Greens push housing solution as soaring rents squeeze West Australians

Greens Statement

WA Greens Senator Scott Ludlam and Lynn MacLaren MLC have called for Federal-State cooperation on a bold new plan to tackle housing affordability.

Senator Ludlam said the Greens "Convert to Rent" initiative would deliver affordable rental properties at a minimum cost and without adding to urban sprawl.

Greens launch positive election campaign for True Progress

Greens Statement January 20

The Greens (WA) today launched their campaign for the 2013 state election with a promise to build a cleaner, more sustainable, more affordable and more caring WA.

The party is running on a platform of True Progress and has pledged to run a positive campaign.

WA Labor to give Bunbury the attention it deserves

Labor Statement

A McGowan Labor Government will make Bunbury a priority and deliver real investment in schools and community facilities if it wins the March 9 State election.

WA Labor Leader Mark McGowan said under a McGowan Government, Bunbury would get the attention it deserves.

Is It Time for Parties To Stop Presidential Nonsense

Both major parties in Western Australia have shown an arrogance in how they publicise their parties to the WA voters.

Colin Barnett Talks about WA and Answers Questions

Colin Barnett faced a business community forum in May 2012 and commented on WA and took a range of questions.

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