Entries for November 2008
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)