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Tributes flow for Liberal stalwarts

I would like to express my deep appreciation and gratitude to two retiring Liberal champions, Dr Mike Nahan and the Honourable Ken Baston, who will both stand down at the 2021 election.

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We need action on homeless NOW

Today’s announcement that the McGowan Labor Government has finally released its 10-year homeless strategy—after three years in government—can best be described as yet another plan for a plan.

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Dr Mike Nahan 2021 Retirement

I have decided not to nominate and re-contest the 2021 State Election. I am very grateful to the many people who have urged me to re-contest. I have considered their views and representations very carefully and respectfully, indeed up to this very last minute. It is with a heavy heart that I disappoint them.

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Boosting Jobs. Busting Congestion.

The WA economy will receive a $940 million boost in additional infrastructure funding over the next four years.

The $868 million injection of Federal funding will increase total federal infrastructure investment in WA from about $4.5 billion to about $5.4 billion over the next four years.

Statement regarding Ian Blayney

This morning Mr Ian Blayney resigned his membership of the Liberal Party of Western Australia. We thank Ian for his contribution...

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New leader promotes women, youth and experience into Shadow Cabinet

More women in leadership roles, an injection of youth and experience in key portfolios and a focus on crucial issues that matter to all West Australians are central to new Opposition Leader Liza Harvey’s first shadow Cabinet.

And for the first time, a portfolio to tackle homelessness has been created as the real cost of the McGowan Labor Government’s rising household fees and charges takes its toll.

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Statement from Dr Mike Nahan

I have today written to the Secretary of the Parliamentary Liberal Party Nick Goiran advising of my intention to resign the leadership of the Parliamentary Liberal Party.

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New home for football in West Australia

A re-elected Morrison Government will provide $16.25 million towards the establishment of a new State Football Centre in West Australia.

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Our plan for a stronger economy delivers for WA

The 2019-20 Budget is the next stage of the Government’s plan to build a stronger economy and secure a better future for all Australians. The Budget delivers the first surplus in more than a decade, creates more jobs, lowers taxes and guarantees essential services like schools, hospitals and roads.

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