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FIRST ROUND OF GOVERNMENT ASSET SALES ANNOUNCED

Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

28-August-2014

Media Statement
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The State Government will sell Market City in Canning Vale and port handling facilities in Port Hedland and Kwinana in the first round of asset sales to reduce the State's debt levels. Announcing the first three projects listed for disposal, Premier Colin Barnett said the State's priority was to reduce debt and regain the triple-A credit rating. "These are the first assets we will open up to the market. They have been identified as priority assets for sale," Mr Barnett said. The three assets are expected to generate between $1billion and $2billion."

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FIRST ROUND OF GOVERNMENT ASSET SALES ANNOUNCED

Hon Mike Nahan MLA
Treasurer

28-August-2014

Media Statement
First round of Government asset sales announced by Treasurer Mike Nahan MLA Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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The State Government will sell Market City in Canning Vale and port handling facilities in Port Hedland and Kwinana in the first round of asset sales to reduce the State's debt levels. Treasurer Mike Nahan said this was the start of an ordered asset sales program. "We continue to review our balance sheet, and the port facilities and Market City are the most market-ready. Now we start the process of due diligence," Dr Nahan said.

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NEW EDUCATION CAMPAIGN ON PENALTY CHANGES
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Liza Harvey MLA
Road Safety

24-August-2014

Media Statement

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New television commercials will hit screens informing West Australians about upcoming penalty changes and the dangers of using mobile phones while driving. Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey said the purpose of the State-wide awareness campaign was to educate the community about legislation changes and modified penalties that come into effect from the Queen's Birthday holiday period on September 26.

| Media Statement | Office of Road Safety > Penalty Changes |

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GREATER WATER SECURITY FOR KIMBERLEY AGRICULTURE
WATER FOR FOOD
LAUNCH


Hon Terry Redman MLA
Regional Development

28-July-2014

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Pastoral stations in the West Kimberley will receive assistance to become major players in the beef export supply to China and South-East Asia under a $15.5million Water for Food program - part of the State Government's Seizing the Opportunity in Agriculture policy. Regional Development Minister Terry Redman said the objective of the Royalties for Regions-funded program was to provide existing pastoral leaseholders with priority access to secure alternative forms of land tenure to enable them to attract capital into higher-value activities, such as irrigation. "Water for Food will seek to unlock the potential for intensive agriculture by identifying the most appropriate forms of land tenure to promote agricultural investment in Western Australia's rangelands," Mr Redman said.

| Media Statement | Photo Gallery | Department of Water >> Water for Food Program >> Fact Sheet |

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WATER FOR
FOOD PROGRAM
STATEMENT


Hon Mia Davis MLA

28-July-2014

Media Statement
Greater water security for Kimberley agriculture Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Water Minister Mia Davies and Regional Development Minister Terry Redman on Saturday launched the first stage of the Water for Food program at Mowanjum Pastoral Company near Derby. Ms Davies said the first stage of the program would see an irrigation trial on Mowanjum Station and a comprehensive water investigation program across the Fitzroy River Valley to help stimulate investment in cattle production and future high-value agriculture.

| Media Statement | Photo Gallery | Department of Water >> Water for Food Program >> Fact Sheet |

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2015 A YEAR OF MAJOR REFORM IN WA EDUCATION

Hon Peter Collier MLC
Education

20-July-2014

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Education Minister Peter Collier MLC announces 2015 a year of major reform in Western Australian education Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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2015 A YEAR OF MAJOR REFORM IN WA EDUCATION

CAMPAIGN VIDEO


Hon Peter Collier MLC
Education

20-July-2014

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Bigger Picture Education Campaign video, 2015 a year of major reform in Western Australian education Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Western Australian schools are on the cusp of revolutionary positive change as the State Government continues its drive to deliver a world-class education system. Education Minister Peter Collier said from 2015, year 7 public school students would move to secondary for the first time; changes to senior secondary schooling would ensure school-leavers were better equipped to pursue further education or enter the workforce; and there would be a new student-centred funding model for public schools. "Worldwide research has shown a quality education in the early years of a child's life has a major long-term positive impact on their future," Mr Collier said.
| biggerpicturewa.com/education |

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SPORT CLUBS STEP UP TO CHANGE ALCOHOL ATTITUDES (CAATS)
MESSAGE


Hon Terry Waldron MLA
Sport and Recreation

8-July-2014

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Sport clubs step up to change alcohol attitudes (CAATS) Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Sport and Recreation Minister Terry Waldron joined representatives from the State's major sporting codes to launch the next phase of the Changing Attitudes to Alcohol Through Sport (CAATS) program. The $1million program promotes the responsible service and consumption of alcohol through a partnership with the WA Sports Federation and eight major participating State Sporting Associations (SSA). The day marked the start of the rollout of the Top Club Online Planning Tool to more than 500 clubs across the State over the next 18 months.

| Media Statement | Dept of Sport and Recreation >> CAATS Program |

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CLOSING YILGARN GAP IN STATE BARRIER FENCE
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Ken Baston MLC
Agriculture and Food

22-May-2014

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Closing Yilgarn Gap in State Barrier Fence Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Work to close the 170km Yilgarn Gap has begun, marking a significant milestone in upgrading the State's historic barrier fence. The five-year State Barrier Fence project has received $10.34million in funding from the State Government's Royalties for Regions program. Approximately $3.5million of Royalties for Regions funding is being spent to close the Yilgarn Gap, which runs through the Shire of Yilgarn, east of Southern Cross. Agriculture and Food Minister Ken Baston witnessed the start of construction at the southern end of the gap. "This is a landmark project which will help protect productive farmland in the Wheatbelt from wild dogs and emus," Mr Baston said.

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SUPPORTING AND PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY - STATE BUDGET 2014-15: REVOLVING FUND TO REVITALISE WA'S HERITAGE
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

Hon Albert Jacob MLA
Heritage

Marion Fulker
Chair, Heritage Council

5-May-2014

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

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SUPPORTING AND PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY - STATE BUDGET 2014-15: REVOLVING FUND TO REVITALISE WA'S HERITAGE
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

Hon Albert Jacob MLA
Heritage

Marion Fulker
Chair, Heritage Council

5-May-2014

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Revolving fund to revitalise WA's heritage Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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SUPPORTING AND PROTECTING THE COMMUNITY - STATE BUDGET 2014-15: REVOLVING FUND TO REVITALISE WA'S HERITAGE
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Hon Albert Jacob MLA
Heritage

5-May-2014

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Revolving fund to revitalise WA's heritage Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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The State Government is establishing Australia's first Heritage Revolving Fund to reactivate languishing publicly owned heritage buildings to ensure they have a viable future. In a pre-Budget announcement, Premier Colin Barnett said $4million would be allocated in the State Budget over two years to establish the program. "This State Government is the only one in Australia with the foresight to establish such a program, which is based on a model widely practised overseas," Mr Barnett said. "The fund will allow disused State and local government-owned heritage properties to be prepared for sale or lease in a way that optimises the heritage, financial and community benefits." Heritage Minister Albert Jacob said the first major project would be the State heritage-listed Warders' Cottages, with $2million of the fund allocated to the cottages.
The fund covers feasibility analysis, project management, and conservation works;
When Fremantle Prison closed in 1991, the Warders' Cottages were acquired by the Department of Housing to accommodate public housing tenants;
The cottages are part of Fremantle's CBD, which has one of the most important concentrations of heritage buildings in WA;
For more information, visit State Heritage WA.

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WORKS GATHER PACE AT CHALLENGE STADIUM
MINISTERIAL VISIT


Hon Terry Waldron MLA

Sport and Recreation

9-April-2014

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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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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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