Hon Judi Moylan

Entries for November 2005

Irene McCormack Catholic College to receive more than $2 million from Government

The school community at Irene McCormack Catholic College, Butler, will benefit from an Australian Government Capital Grant of $2.2 million, Member for Pearce Judi Moylan announced today. Ms Moylan said the grant would be used for the construction of an administration area, two home... ... (30-Nov)

Moylan opens $1,128,885 facilities at Mundaring Christian College

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today opened new buildings and general learning areas at Mundaring Christian College worth $1,128,885. The works included three General Learning Areas, an arts room, teacher’s prep room, a science laboratory, science preparation areas, and administrati... ... (18-Nov)

Moylan announces $4000 for Beverley RSL Sub-branch

The Beverley RSL Sub-branch has been awarded $4000 through the Commonwealth Government’s Saluting Their Service scheme to upgrade the town’s war memorial. Member for Pearce Judi Moylan is delighted with the news. “Local RSL clubs deserve recognition for the work they do and upgr... ... (16-Nov)

Eight Work for the Dole Projects announced for Pearce

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today welcomed eight new Work for the Dole projects for the electorate of Pearce. “Both job seekers and local communities benefit from the scheme,” Ms Moylan said. Projects include – 1. Painting Northam – four places in Northam 2. Building on He... ... (16-Nov)

Celebrating 60 years since the end of World War 2

On 15 August, 2005 Australia celebrated the 60th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific after Japan’s surrender to allied forces was announced. Sixty years ago, this marked the end of World War 2. During November, Member for Pearce Judi Moylan will be presenting about 100 people ... ... (15-Nov)

Faster Aged Care Assessments to reduce waiting times in Pearce

Increased funding for Aged Care Assessment Teams in Pearce will reduce waiting times and provide elderly people with faster access to care services, Member for Pearce Judi Moylan MP announced today. Older people in Northam and Narrogin will benefit from funding of more than $316,00... ... (14-Nov)

Moylan announces $630,000 grant for research

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today announced that Professor David Blair of the Gingin Gravity Discovery Centre was successful in the latest funding round of the Australian Research Council’s (ARC) National Competitive Grants Program (NCGP). Professor Blair, who operates from the U... ... (10-Nov)

Pearce shares in $970,000 for environmental issues

The funding, from the Regional Competitive Component of the Australian Government’s $3 billion Natural Heritage Trust, was announced recently by Australian Government Ministers for the Environment and Heritage, Senator The Hon Ian Campbell, and Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry, The ... ... (07-Nov)


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