News & Events

austal

20 February 2017

Significant Boost for Shipbuilding Industry and Apprenticeships

The Turnbull Government will invest $100 million in Navy related industrial infrastructure and sustainment in Western Australia between 2017 and 2020.

campaign launch

19 February 2017

Only Way Forward is with Liberal Government

West Australians have a clear choice to re-elect a Liberal Government with a proven record of making brave, bold decisions and delivering on them.

Female Mechanic

19 February 2017

Liberals Say ‘Yes’ to 15,000 New Apprenticeships

A re-elected Liberal Government will create a $75 million employer incentive scheme to help generate 15,000 new apprenticeships and traineeships for Western Australian job seekers over two years.

Francis Fish

18 February 2017

Liberals Say ‘Yes’ to Catching More Fish

Re-stocking our oceans and rivers with key recreational fish species and creating more fishing opportunities will be a focus of a re-elected Liberal Government.

cycle policy

17 February 2017

Liberals Say ‘Yes’ to New Scenic Cycle Network

A network of bike paths around Perth’s most picturesque destinations to attract tourists and recreational cyclists will be constructed by a re-elected Liberal Government.

small business

15 February 2017

Payroll Tax Cuts to Help Business and Create Jobs

Western Australian businesses will save more than $55 million over the next three years under a re-elected Liberal Government commitment to cut payroll tax.

tafe

13 February 2017

Liberals Say ‘Yes’ to Three New TAFE Centres

Thousands of Western Australian TAFE students will be training at three new state-of-the-art facilities funded through the partial sale of Western Power, ensuring they are best placed to get a job in the industries driving our economy.

albany school

13 February 2017

$20 million to Upgrade High Schools in Albany

Albany and North Albany Senior High Schools will have new specialist learning facilities built, and existing classroom will be upgraded, under a plan to revitalise schools across the state.

13 February 2017

Emergency Services Thanked for Floods Response

Premier Colin Barnett has expressed his sympathy to the family of a 68-year-old Esperance man who died after being swept away in flash flooding that has caused havoc across large parts of the State.

Colin Barnett and Liza Harvey

11 March 2017, All day

State Election

The March 2017 State Election is fast approaching and we need your help to ensure Colin Barnett, Liza Harvey and...