Hon Judi Moylan


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The World’s Great Shame

It was supposed to be stamped out 140 years ago, but it is now worse than ever. Human Trafficking and in particular the trafficking of children was debated in Federal Parliament last night during a Private Members Motion moved by the Federal Member for Bonner, Ms Kerry Marie MP. ... ... (23-Sep)

Moylan Congratulates Local State Government Appointments

Pearce residents will be strongly represented in the State Government Cabinet said the Hon Judi Moylan MP. “Congratulations to Donna Faragher, Tony Simpson and Helen Morton on their appointment to the Parliamentary positions within the new State Government.” “Their new roles can... ... (19-Sep)

Pearce needs sensible infrastructure management

The Commonwealth Government committed $98.1 million to upgrade the Great Northern Highway between Muchea and Wubin more than four years ago, so far only $41.9 million has been spent and the road is far from finished said the Hon Judi Moylan MP. Speaking in Parliament last night Mrs M... ... (16-Sep)

Moylan Congratulates New Swan Hills Member

Federal Member for Pearce, the Hon Judi Moylan MP congratulated Cr Frank Alban, the newly elected State Government Swan Hills Representative. “Cr Alban’s knowledge and understanding of local issues was reflected right throughout his campaign and I believe he is the best person to ... ... (15-Sep)

Moylan Congratulates New Darling Range Member

Federal Member for Pearce, the Hon Judi Moylan MP congratulated Mr Tony Simpson MLA, the newly elected State Government Darling Range Representative. “Mr Simpson’s knowledge and understanding of local issues was reflected right throughout his campaign and I believe he is the best per... ... (15-Sep)

Uniting the world to stop diabetes

Clinicians and health professionals need to maintain a close dialogue with parliamentarians the Hon Judi Moylan MP said during a diabetes symposium in Rome, Italy. Speaking to 3000 people from across the globe, Mrs Moylan explained how good government policy, which actually achiev... ... (15-Sep)

Applications Open for Human Rights Medals

Nominations are now open for the 2008 Human Rights Medals and Awards. A chance to recognise the achievements of an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the promotion and protection of human rights in Australia, The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission is ca... ... (08-Sep)

School grants to encourage healthy eating

For primary school students, growing, cultivating, cooking and eating their own food sounds exciting. Parents on the other hand, would love the idea of their children not only learning about healthy eating, but discovering joy in nutritious food. As the Chair of the Parliamentary Di... ... (08-Sep)

Moylan Calls for Appropriate Aboriginal Suicide Funding

In the Federal Parliament today, the Hon Judi Moylan MP spoke of the need for both the State and Federal Government to provide funding for an Aboriginal controlled response in the Wheatbelt to stem the suicide crisis. Six males have committed suicide in the Wheatbelt town of Narro... ... (04-Sep)

Push for Diabetes and Obesity Funding

Increased funding to tackle diabetes and obesity was called for as some of the best minds in the health sector and Members of Parliament gathered for the Canberra Diabetes Summit. Yesterday, the National President of Diabetes Australia Dr Gary Deed called on the Federal Government to... ... (03-Sep)

Moylan Welcomes Announcement of New Schools

Federal Member for Pearce Hon Judi Moylan MP applauded the work of local Candidate, City of Swan Councillor Mr Frank Alban in convincing the State Opposition to commit to building two new schools in the growing Bullsbrook and Ellenbrook regions. Yesterday Cr Alban was joined by Hon... ... (28-Aug)

Doctor provider number allocated

One extra doctor is now on the staff at the Earl Street Doctors Surgery as news came through Friday of an allocated provider number. Dr Ilario da Silva started consulting immediately when the call came from the Minister for Human Services office with his all important provider numb... ... (26-Aug)

Pearce Unites for Environment

The message was strong and clear, everybody can contribute to a better environment and a cleaner future, starting now. Environmental groups, community organisations, shire representatives and concerned Pearce residents converged on Guildford last night to attend Our Patch Our Planet ... ... (14-Aug)

Doctor Visa Approved

Relief from long doctor waiting lists at the Earl Street Doctors Surgery is in sight with another visa approved for an additional doctor. Yesterday the Immigration Department delivered the good news that Dr Susanna du Plessis will soon be on her way to Narrogin. This is a step close... ... (14-Aug)

Pearce- Taking a different shape

WA Federal Electoral boundaries are shifting, and the expectation is that Pearce will be cut-to-size. Many areas in the electorate have undergone rapid development and growth resulting in about 20,000 too many enrolled voters. A proposal by the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) ... ... (14-Aug)

Pearce- Taking a different shape

WA Federal Electoral boundaries are shifting, and the expectation is that Pearce will be cut-to-size. Many areas in the electorate have undergone rapid development and growth resulting in about 20,000 too many enrolled voters. A proposal by the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) ... ... (14-Aug)

Pearce Unites for Environment

The message was strong and clear, everybody can contribute to a better environment and a cleaner future, starting now. Environmental groups, community organisations, shire representatives and concerned Pearce residents converged on Guildford last night to attend Our Patch Our Planet ... ... (14-Aug)

Locals Honoured with Defence Medals

Federal Member for Pearce, the Hon Judi Moylan MP, today presented six deserving Pearce residents with the Australian Defence Medal. Mrs Moylan was joined by Captain Brett Dowsing, RAN, Warrant Officer Scott Brown and the State RSL President, Mr Bill Gaynor OAM RFD for the ceremony. ... ... (13-Aug)

Climate Change Action Needed

More public transport, which is gas powered, rainwater tanks and solar panels are the first step to fighting climate change said The Hon Judi Moylan, Federal Member for Pearce. Addressing the Avon Region Organisation of Councils (AROC) meeting in Northam, Mrs Moylan said the State Go... ... (30-Jul)

Landcare grants, but not enough…

Two Pearce organisations, Oil Mallee Association of Western Australia and the Swan Catchment Council will share in $770, 599 funding from the Federal Government for Landcare projects. The Federal Member for Pearce, Hon Judi Moylan MP said the funding was very much needed for rural an... ... (28-Jul)

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