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REFORM TO IMPROVE LIVES OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

7-May-2015

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REFORM TO IMPROVE LIVES OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

Hon Peter Collier MLC
Aboriginal Affairs

7-May-2015

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REFORM TO IMPROVE LIVES OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

Hon Helen Morton MLC
Child Protection

7-May-2015

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REFORM TO IMPROVE LIVES OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

Hon Terry Redman MLA
Regional Development

7-May-2015

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Reform to improve lives of Aboriginal people by Hon Terry Redman MLA Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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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. A State Government review of Aboriginal services in the Roebourne area in 2013 found there were more than 200 services delivered by 63 providers to 1,410 people. These cost more than $58 million a year but there was little evaluation of how effective these services were. “This is a commitment to ensuring children are safe, that there are education and employment opportunities and social and economic stability in remote communities,” Mr Barnett said. Aboriginal Affairs Minister Peter Collier said the Government would assess the employment, education, child protection and health care options available to Aboriginal people in remote areas to determine how to ensure services were provided in the most efficient and effective way with less duplication and better co-ordination. Reform will be led by Child Protection Minister Helen Morton, who will oversee human services and Regional Development Minister Terry Redman who will oversee remote infrastructure and development. Both Ministers will report to the Aboriginal Affairs Cabinet Sub Committee, chaired by Mr Collier.

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BHP BILLITON WATER PARK AT ELIZABETH QUAY

Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

27-January-2015

Media Statement

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BHP Billiton Water Park at Elizabeth Quay by Premier Colin Barnett Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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BHP Billiton will provide $10 million to develop the interactive water park at Elizabeth Quay. The park, on the corner of William Street and Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, will include a water feature with choreographed water jets, lighting and sound. The water park can also be drained in a matter of minutes to create a public event space for up to 800 people. On site, Premier Colin Barnett welcomed the company's contribution to the BHP Billiton Water Park. "BHP Billiton has a positive track record of giving back to the community and this is another example," Mr Barnett said.

| Media Statement | MRA: Elizabeth Quay | Photo Gallery |

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COMMENT SOUGHT FOR SCARBOROUGH TRANSFORMATION

Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

20-January-2015

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Comment sought for Scarborough transformation by Premier Colin Barnett Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Premier Colin Barnett released the draft Scarborough Master Plan for public comment, proposing a $57.4 million redevelopment starting this year to provide more housing, a water playground, a park with skate facilities, community and function centre, new cafes, restaurants, kiosks and public art. "The community told us they wanted to get closer to the beach and the new-look Scarborough will do just that," Mr Barnett said. "This will build on the area's identity and provide visitors with an active foreshore that people of all ages can enjoy all year round." New lookouts, decking and boardwalks will enable better access to the beach while family friendly areas will provide green spaces, playgrounds, alfresco dining and event spaces.

| Media Statement | MRA > Scarborough | Photo Gallery |

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BELL TOWER SIGNATURES REINTERPRETED IN PUBLIC ART
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon John Day MLA
Culture and the Arts

14-January-2015

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BELL TOWER SIGNATURES REINTERPRETED IN PUBLIC ART
ARTWORK VIDEO


Hon John Day MLA
Culture and the Arts

14-January-2015

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Bell Tower signatures reinterpreted in public art announcement by John Day MLA

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New artwork that captures more than 200,000 student signatures from schools across the State will be installed at Elizabeth Quay in early April 2015. Planning and Culture and the Arts Minister John Day said the signatures, collected in 1999 as part of the 'Sign In 2000' project, would be returned to the Barrack Street Jetty precinct, allowing the community to continue to engage with this important piece of Perth's social history. "The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority has worked closely alongside the Rotary Club of Perth to commission an art piece that represents the youthfulness of the community involved," Mr Day said.

| Media Statement | MRA | Rotary Club of Perth |

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$5 BILLION REVENUE HIT RESULTS IN DEFICIT

Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

Hon Mike Nahan MLA
Treasurer

22-December-2014

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$5 BILLION REVENUE HIT RESULTS IN DEFICIT

Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

Hon Mike Nahan MLA
Treasurer

22-December-2014

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$5 billion revenue hit results in deficit by Treasurer Mike Nahan Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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Premier Colin Barnett and Treasurer Mike Nahan released the 2014-15 Mid-year Review which includes an unprecedented $5 billion write-down in general government revenue projections since the 2014-15 Budget, including a downward revision of $1.6 billion in the current financial year. Mr Barnett said strong growth in exports saw the Western Australian economy expand by a robust 5.5 per cent in 2013-14.

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STADIUM BUILD STARTS
ANIMATION


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

7-December-2014

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The first pile for the 60,000 seat new Perth Stadium was driven into the Burswood Peninsula site and construction is now officially under way. Premier Colin Barnett said over the next 12 months, more than 2,000 piles would be driven about 35 metres into the ground, supporting this world-class structure. Over the next three years, West Australians will see the impressive five-level stadium structure built to a height of 42 metres, leading the transformation of the Burswood Peninsula.

| Media Statement | Perth Stadium > Images and Video > Construction Facts | Project Connect: Tender Packages |

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$2 BILLION PACKAGE OF NEW SAVINGS MEASURES
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

Hon Mike Nahan MLA
Treasurer

9-October-2014

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$2 BILLION PACKAGE OF NEW SAVINGS MEASURES
ANNOUNCEMENT


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

Hon Mike Nahan MLA
Treasurer

9-October-2014

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The State Government has announced a package of savings measures worth $2 billion over four years in response to the sharp decline in the iron ore price since the 2014-15 Budget and the continuing fall of WA's GST share. Premier Colin Barnett and Treasurer Mike Nahan announced the measures including: a 1 per cent efficiency dividend on most general government agencies; cuts to non-essential procurement expenditure; a targeted voluntary redundancy scheme in the public sector; further efficiencies in the Government's Asset Investment Program. Dr Nahan said iron ore royalties accounted for about one-fifth of the State's total revenue base. "But the current iron ore price is about 35 per cent lower than the Budget assumption for 2014-15, which was finalised in April in line with market expectations at the time," the Treasurer said.

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PREMIER OPENS PERTH'S NEW FLAGSHIP HOSPITAL
PRESENTATION


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

Hon Kim Hames MLA
Deputy Premier; Health

3-October-2014

Media Statement

The Bigger Picture > Health
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PREMIER OPENS PERTH'S NEW FLAGSHIP HOSPITAL
PRESENTATION


Hon Colin Barnett MLA
Premier

Hon Kim Hames MLA
Deputy Premier; Health

3-October-2014

Media Statement

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PREMIER OPENS PERTH'S NEW FLAGSHIP HOSPITAL
PRESENTATION


Professor Fiona Stanley AC

3-October-2014
Premier opens Perth's new flagship hospital Download for PodCast > Right-Click > Save target as...

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A new era in health care begins with the arrival of the first patients at Fiona Stanley Hospital. Officially opening Western Australia's newest health care facility, Premier Colin Barnett said the $2billion Fiona Stanley Hospital was the first new-build tertiary hospital project in the State for more than 50 years. "Fiona Stanley Hospital is a revolutionary facility that provides patient comfort and care innovation, architectural design and health service delivery never before seen in WA," Mr Barnett said. Health Minister Kim Hames said patient admission would occur in four phases to enable the testing of all clinical and non-clinical systems at the hospital, ensuring safety and efficiency at every stage.

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GOVERNMENT ADDRESSING STATE FINANCIAL CHALLENGES

Hon Mike Nahan MLA
Treasurer

23-September-2014

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Net debt at $1.3billion less than the recent Budget estimate; the lowest growth in general government sector salaries for 13 years; and lower than expected expense growth are features of the Annual Report on State Finances (ARSF) for the 2013-14 financial year, released. Treasurer Mike Nahan said the final outcome for 2013-14 demonstrated the significant progress the State Government had made in addressing the challenges facing the State's finances.

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