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HON Peter Collier BA DipEd MLC

Minister for Education; Aboriginal Affairs; Electoral Affairs

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Media presentations from the Hon Peter Collier MLC: Video, Podcasts and Media Statements.

Improvements to Geraldton Residential College

2/06/2015 : Improvements to Geraldton Residential College - Students at Geraldton Residential College are enjoying new and refurbished bedrooms, along with upgraded facilities thanks to a $2.5 million investment.[Video/Podcast]

Highgate Primary upgrade and new Baldivis High

18/05/2015 : Highgate Primary upgrade and new Baldivis High - Sixteen new primary schools and five new secondary schools will open by the start of 2019 as part of a $1.18 billion investment in education infrastructure over the next four years.[Video/Podcast]

Building and security boost for Kinross College

8/05/2015 : Building and security boost for Kinross College - Students and teachers at Kinross College in Perth's northern suburbs are set to benefit from a major upgrade of classrooms and specialist facilities. Education Minister Peter Collier said the school, which had 707 students, would have a $4.5 million upgrade as part of the 2015-16 State Budget.[Video/Podcast]

New secondary school in Yanchep by 2019

8/05/2015 : New secondary school in Yanchep by 2019 - Families in the emerging city of Yanchep, north of Perth, are set to benefit from a new secondary school to open in 2019. Education Minister Peter Collier said the area was undergoing unprecedented growth and it was important to build a senior high school for the community.[Video/Podcast]

Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people

7/05/2015 : Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people - The State Government announced major reforms to the way services will be provided to Aboriginal communities to ensure better outcomes in health, education and job prospects, particularly for children. Premier Colin Barnett said the era of billions of dollars being spent, with few improvements in the lives of Aboriginal people, had to end.[Video/Podcast]

Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people

7/05/2015 : Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people - ​The State Government announced major reforms to the way services will be provided to Aboriginal communities to ensure better outcomes in health, education and job prospects, particularly for children. Premier Colin Barnett said the era of billions of dollars being spent, with few improvements in the lives of Aboriginal people, had to end.[Video/Podcast]

Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people

7/05/2015 : Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people - The State Government announced major reforms to the way services will be provided to Aboriginal communities to ensure better outcomes in health, education and job prospects, particularly for children. Premier Colin Barnett said the era of billions of dollars being spent, with few improvements in the lives of Aboriginal people, had to end.[Video/Podcast]

Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people

7/05/2015 : Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people - The State Government announced major reforms to the way services will be provided to Aboriginal communities to ensure better outcomes in health, education and job prospects, particularly for children. Premier Colin Barnett said the era of billions of dollars being spent, with few improvements in the lives of Aboriginal people, had to end.[Video/Podcast]

Broome North Primary School opened and Derby High upgraded

1/05/2015 : Broome North Primary School opened and Derby High upgraded - The brand new Broome North Primary School was officially opened, after a successful first-ever school term. Derby District High School now has major improvements with better classrooms and specialist learning areas for primary and secondary students.[Video/Podcast]

Joseph Banks, new secondary school for Perth's growing north

4/02/2015 : Joseph Banks, new secondary school for Perth's growing north - Secondary schooling is under way in Banksia Grove, with the new $48.7 million Joseph Banks Secondary College opened by Premier Colin Barnett and Education Minister Peter Collier. Named after the famous botanist, the secondary college will cater for the growing population in the northern suburbs of Banksia Grove, Tapping and Carramar.[Video/Podcast]