Hon Judi Moylan

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Moylan welcomes funding for Great Northern Highway

Additional Federal funding for the completion of Great Northern Highway between Hart Drive and Tee Tree Road, section 3B, has been welcomed by the Hon Judi Moylan MP. Sufficient funds have been received through the federally approved transfer of funds from other projects funded und... ... (10-Feb)

Swan Valley Grape Labour Shortfall

Federal Government restrictions are turning backpackers away from employment in the Swan Valley grape industry, resulting in huge labour shortfalls in the lead up to harvest. Travellers are crucial in meeting labour demands in the summer fruit industry; however, the Government has ... ... (12-Dec)

Pearce ABC Centres to Close

Local parents face an uncertain wait in the New Year with the news ABC Addison Park, Merriwa and ABC Quinns Rocks will close. Federal Member for Pearce, the Hon Judi Moylan MP said the two coastal centres will not resume business in 2009 and it is the Government’s responsibility to... ... (10-Dec)

Men’s Shed Gains Grant- Narrogin

Narrogin Men in Sheds received an added boost today with news of a $15,152 grant to purchase metal working tools and machinery. Awarded to the Narrogin Sub-branch RSL, under the Veteran and Community Grants program, the money will assist the Narrogin Men in Sheds with their curren... ... (05-Dec)

Men’s Shed Gains Grant- Beverley

Beverley Men’s Shed received an added boost today with news of a $3,264 grant to purchase carpet bowls equipment and electrical items. Awarded under the Veteran and Community Grants program, the money will be welcome news for the group’s 37 members, who currently meet each Tuesday... ... (05-Dec)

Moylan Congratulates Green Corps Graduates

They can control weeds and erosion, identify flora, revegetate creek-lines and bushland and now six locals have the piece of paper to prove it. At a ceremony in Karakamia Sanctuary the members of the Eastern Hills Green Corps Project were awarded for their hard work and presented wit... ... (21-Nov)

Lets Focus on Feeding the Nation

The Rudd Labor Government is threatening Australia’s agricultural output and in-turn affecting our nation’s ability to produce food said the Hon Judi Moylan MP. Referring to an opinion piece in The Australian newspaper today, the Federal Member for Pearce said many of the governmen... ... (21-Nov)

Housing Stress Equals Home Stress

The lack of affordable housing is leaving Australians out in the cold said the Hon Judi Moylan MP. Bringing a Private Members Motion to the Parliament for debate last night, the Member for Pearce called on the Rudd Labor Government to urgently engage with the states through the COA... ... (11-Nov)

Fighting Diabetes Locally

Up to 105,061 people in Western Australia live with diabetes. This equates to about 0.05 per cent of the state’s population. Looking closer, 7350 Pearce residents have been diagnosed with the chronic disease and 77.33 per cent of these are type 2 sufferers. Scaling in even f... ... (11-Nov)

Community Announcement

Applications Open for $90 million Green Building Fund Pearce businesses operating in commercial office buildings can now apply for a share of up to $90 million in Government funding to reduce their green house gas emissions. The Green Building Fund will provide owners of existi... ... (06-Nov)

Super Clinics Delayed

Pearce residents and particularly the communities of Wanneroo and Midland will be disappointed with reports the Federal Government has back-tracked on their role-out of GP Super Clinics, said the Hon Judi Moylan MP. “It was only a few months ago in August when the Federal Minister ... ... (04-Nov)

Work Starts at RAAF Base

With a turn of the first sod, building of the new mess and updated living quarters began at the Pearce RAAF Base in Bullsbrook this morning. The staged redevelopment will result in a combined base mess hall with a central kitchen and a revamp of the officer’ s living quarters, all ... ... (28-Oct)

The Other Side of Drought

Cracked red ground, cows with visible ribs and sheep lying alone with flies buzzing around their eyes. These are the emotive images of Australian drought we so often see in the media. Yet when it comes to government policy, the cash-poor family who can not afford school excursio... ... (24-Oct)

Moylan Welcomes Gidgegannup Phone Tower

Gidgegannup residents should now have improved mobile phone reception and internet access thanks to the opening of a mobile base station. The new 81 metre high tower on the corner of Reserve and Toodyay road will be very much welcome by locals said the Hon Judi Moylan MP as phone c... ... (23-Oct)

The Value of Volunteering

Tertiary education institutions should promote volunteering for not-for-profit organisations as options for elective subjects, the Hon Judi Moylan MP, Federal Member for Pearce told Parliament yesterday. Citing a suggestion included in the recent discussion paper by the House of R... ... (14-Oct)

Eating Fresh An Investment In A Healthy Future

The idea that junk food is cheaper than fresh produce maybe simplistic said the Hon Judi Moylan MP, Federal Member for Pearce. “There are lots of great reasons to eat fresh, locally grown produce,” she said. “The shelf price of fresh fruit and vegetables can vary and even if it is... ... (09-Oct)

Labelling needed to protect families

Fears imported Chinese vegetables could be contaminated with the poison chemical melamine, is further evidence the Federal Government needs to urgently address country-of-origin product labelling said the Hon Judi Moylan MP. Food Standards Australia New Zealand is currently investi... ... (08-Oct)

Food Confusion- Product of Government Incompetence

Purchasing locally grown produce has been made increasingly difficult due to the Federal Government’s poor country-of-origin food labelling system, the Hon Judi Moylan MP, Federal Member for Pearce said. The Government promised to overhaul its country-of-origin labelling laws and m... ... (07-Oct)

Remember the farmers? They supply the food

Do you think about the origins of the milk stirred into your coffee each morning? What about the grain wrapped around the salad in your sandwich for lunch? Many Australian children today do not comprehend where much of their food comes from. It is vital to ensure everyone understand... ... (23-Sep)

Seniors Deserve a Fair-go

Supporting seniors who want to remain in the work-force on a part-time basis is one step towards boosting Australia’s productive capacity said the Hon Judi Moylan, Federal Member for Pearce. “Senior citizens in this country deserve to be productive to as long as they want and for ... ... (23-Sep)

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