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WORKS GATHER PACE AT CHALLENGE STADIUM
MINISTERIAL VISIT


Hon Terry Waldron MLA

Sport and Recreation

9-April-2014

Media Statement / Photo Gallery
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The foundations are literally being laid for Western Australian sporting success at Rio and beyond, with the pouring of the main slab for the new $33.7million high performance training centre at Mount Claremont this week. Elite WA athletes Alana Nicholls (kayaking), Brock Ingram (Paracanoeist) and Teju Williamson (diving) joined Sport and Recreation Minister Terry Waldron today to tour the construction site for the Western Australian Institute of Sport (WAIS) High Performance Service Centre. "Laying the slab is an exciting construction milestone - the project is gathering pace," Mr Waldron said.

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NEW CABINET ROLES REVEALED IN RESHUFFLE
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

14-March-2014

Media Statement
New Cabinet roles revealed in reshuffle Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Premier Colin Barnett announced changes to State Cabinet made following the resignation of Troy Buswell as Treasurer and Minister for Transport. Alfred Cove MLA Dean Nalder will be elevated to State Cabinet as the Minister for Transport and Finance. Energy Minister Mike Nahan will now become Treasurer and retain Energy and Citizenship and Multicultural Interests.

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RESIGNATION OF
HON TROY BUSWELL MLA
STATEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

10-March-2014

Media Statement
Resignation of Hon Treasurer Troy Buswell MLA Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Hon Premier Colin Barnett MLA announces the resignation of Hon Treasurer and Minister for Transport Troy Buswell MLA.

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#talkupwa
STATEMENT


Hon Liza Harvey MLA
Tourism

16-February-2014

Get the Bigger Picture WA
Talk Up WA by Hon Liza Harvey MLA Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Tourism Minister Liza Harvey calls on all Western Australian to Talk Up WA when they are travelling interstate or overseas.

| Get the Bigger Picture | 'Twitter #talkupwa' |

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CONCESSIONAL FARM LOANS
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Ken Baston MLC
Agriculture and Food

24-December-2013
Launch of Rangelands wild dog bounty trial Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Minister for Agriculture and Food Ken Baston MLC announces Concessional Farm Loans.

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BUDGET MID YEAR REVIEW 2013
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

18-December-2013
Budget Mid Year Review Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Hon Premier Colin Barnett MLA announces the Budget Mid Year Review.

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BUDGET MID YEAR REVIEW 2013
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Troy Buswell MLA
Treasurer

18-Dec-2013
The Treasurer presents the Budget Mid Year Review Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Treasurer Troy Buswell presents the Budget Mid Year Review.

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NEW MEASURES TO COMBAT WA SHARK RISKS
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

11-December-2013

Media Statement
New measures to combat WA shark risks Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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NEW MEASURES TO COMBAT WA SHARK RISKS
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Troy Buswell MLA
Fisheries

11-December 2013

Media Statement
New measures to combat WA shark risks Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Government announces baiting and catching initiative for heavily used beaches. Faster, more aggressive response after attacks with more vessels. Long-term coastal zones established with protection measures determined by local communities. Premier Colin Barnett and Fisheries Minister Troy Buswell today announced new measures to address public safety and help mitigate the risk sharks pose to water users. These include: Setting baited drum lines to catch large sharks one kilometre from shore, with vessels monitoring the drum lines; These drum lines will be set along heavily used beaches in the metropolitan area and the South-West, and will be deployed 24 hours a day initially from January 2014 through until April 2014; Boosting the response to shark attack by immediately setting drum lines, leaving them in place for longer and setting them in a wider area. More vessels will be available for faster response to an attack; The long term establishment of specific Coastal Shark Management Zones along the coast, to be determined by geographical and environmental features and water use profiles (for example, swimming, surfing, diving); Developing a 'Tool Kit' for communities in each zone in partnership with the State Government to mitigate the risks of a shark attack at local beaches. Measures could include education pamphlets, aerial and beach patrols, signage, providing beachside trauma packs and the deployment of drum lines. Each plan will be reviewed annually; A community recovery policy to ensure support for communities affected by a shark attack. Mr Barnett said the new measures would improve public safety and build on the State Government's strong approach to shark hazard management.

| http://www.fish.wa.gov.au/shark |

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PREMIER ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO CABINET
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

6-December-2013

Media Statement
Premier announces changes to Cabinet Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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CHANGES TO CABINET
STATEMENT


Hon Terry Redman MLA
Training and Workforce Development; Water; Forestry

6-December-2013

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Premier announces changes to Cabinet Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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CHANGES TO CABINET
STATEMENT


Hon Mia Davies MLA

6-December-2013

Media Statement
Premier announces changes to Cabinet Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Premier welcomes new Nationals minister Mia Davies to Cabinet. New Minister will assume portfolios of Water and Forestry. Minister Redman to take on Regional Development and Lands. Additional portfolio responsibilities for ministers Kim Hames and Ken Baston. "Brendon Grylls has served the Liberal National Government very well, he has been an excellent minister and made an enormous contribution to Cabinet as well. I thank him for his tireless work and wish him well for the future," Mr Barnett said.

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VOLUNTARY SEVERANCES OFFERED TO WA POLICE
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Liza Harvey MLA
Police

26-November-2013

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Voluntary severances offered to WA Police Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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VOLUNTARY SEVERANCES OFFERED TO WA POLICE
ANNOUNCEMENT


Karl O'Callaghan
Commissioner WA Police

26-November-2013

Media Statement
Voluntary severances offered to WA Police Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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196 officers to be offered voluntary severance. Frontline services not affected. The 2008 and 2013 election commitments will be delivered. The State Government has approved voluntary severances for 196 WA Police officers who are considered not to be frontline. Police officers were given an opportunity to apply for the same severance package as that offered to public servants under the State Government's Public Sector Workforce Reform initiative. Police Minister Liza Harvey said frontline services would not be affected and the initiative would not have an impact on the State Government's 2008 and 2013 election commitments to meet its growth targets. WA Police is in a period of frontline growth. The average age of these police officers is 57, the average length of service is 33 years. WA Police will manage the exit of these officers by March 31, 2014.

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GOVERNMENT PROPOSAL TO IMPROVE COUNCILS FINALISED

Hon Tony Simpson MLA
Local Government

12-November-2013

Media Statement
Government proposal to improve councils finalised Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Reform proposals reduce number of local governments from 30 to 15. Fremantle and Melville kept separate but expanded. After consultation, Minister lodges boundary proposals to strengthen local governments to cope with Perth's growth. The City of Melville and the City of Fremantle will remain separate identities with expanded boundaries, most of Mount Lawley will stay within the City of Stirling, and North Fremantle will remain part of Fremantle under the State Government's boundary reform proposals formally lodged with the Local Government Advisory Board (LGAB). The proposals, which incorporate feedback received from the community and local governments since July, also show the northern part of the City of Cockburn included in Fremantle and Melville, the high-growth northern part of the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale joining the City of Armadale, and the southern part joining the Shire of Murray. The proposals halve the number of metropolitan local governments in Perth from 30 to 15. Local Government Minister Tony Simpson said the changes made to the original maps that were released in July, demonstrated the Government had listened to community feedback.

| Metro Reform | Map | Why Local Government Reform |

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