Hon Judi Moylan

Entries for December 2005

More Overnight Respite for older people in Pearce

People caring for older relatives and friends in the Peace electorate will find it easier to obtain overnight respite as a result of additional funding for local services. The Member for Pearce, Hon Judi Moylan, today announced that the Australian Government would provide $41, 590 ... ... (23-Dec)

Additional Home and Community Care funding for Pearce

The elderly, disabled and handicapped and their families in the Pearce electorate are set to benefit from the announcement of the 2005-06 Home and Community Care (HACC) funding packages. Minister for Ageing Hon Julie Bishop MP today announced $141 million in funding for West Austra... ... (16-Dec)

Volunteer recognised as a hero to Ellenbrook

During the past eight years Ellenbrook has benefited from the efforts of hardworking volunteer Margaret Collins. Late last month Ms Collins was recognised as the Metropolitan WA Local Hero. Ms Collins now resides in Yokine, although during her time at Ellenbrook she implemented sev... ... (16-Dec)

Ten Aged Care places announced for Northam

Older Australians and their families in Northam will benefit from the allocation of 10 new aged care places for the Share & Care Community Services Group Inc – Home Support Services, located in the Avon region town. Member for Pearce Judi Moylan said: “The Australian Government is ... ... (15-Dec)

Pearce students to benefit from Federal funding

The Australian Government will provide $62,310 to local schools to advance the educational results of Indigenous students in Pearce. Member for Pearce Judi Moylan MP said the Whole of School Intervention Strategy focused on implementing creative approaches to improving the educatio... ... (14-Dec)

Shire of Boddington receives $75,000 Federal grant

The Shire of Boddington is one of the successful recipients of a grant received under the National Emergency Volunteer Support Fund (NEVSF) this month. The Attorney General The Hon Philip Ruddock MP, announced that 400 groups across the country would receive funding through the NEVSF... ... (14-Dec)

Moylan concerned that apples could be imported from NZ

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan MP is concerned about the latest plan by New Zealand to export apples to Australia. “With some of the strictest quarantine laws in the world Australia has maintained its clean, green image and we should make sure it stays that way,” Ms Moylan said. ... ... (13-Dec)

Mundaring and South West to offer quality assistance in child care

Minister for Family and Community Services, Senator The Hon Kay Patterson recently announced that the Australian Government’s Inclusion and Professional Support Program, part of the Child Care Support Program, had been established and would be fully operational by 1 July, 2006. Membe... ... (09-Dec)

Swan and surrounding regions set to benefit from new Local Community Partnership Network

Swan Alliance Inc, based at Beechboro, has been chosen as one of five preferred applicants for a new, expanded Local Community Partnerships (LCP) Network. This service will cover the electorates of Hasluck, Pearce and Swan. The Local Community Partnerships scheme is part of the ... ... (06-Dec)

Northern Region set to benefit from new Local Community Partnership Network

Balga Job Link Inc has been chosen as one of five preferred applicants for a new, expanded Local Community Partnerships (LCP) Network. This service will cover the electorates of Cowan, Moore and Pearce. The Local Community Partnerships scheme is part of the Australian Network of... ... (06-Dec)

Two sites in Northam chosen as preferred applicants in Local Community Partnerships Networks

Two groups in Northam have been chosen as preferred applicants for new, expanded Local Community Partnerships (LCP) Networks. The Central Area Region Training Scheme Inc and the Hotham Pallinup Lakes LCP, both at Northam are two of five preferred sites benefiting the Pearce elector... ... (06-Dec)

Calling for nominations for 2006 Pearce Australia Day Awards

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan is calling for nominations for the annual Pearce Australia Day Awards. Ms Moylan has been presenting the awards since 1995, which recognise the valued contribution of individuals to the Pearce community. She said that since she had initiated the awards... ... (05-Dec)

Work to start on next stage of Great Northern Highway Upgrade

The next stage of the Australian Government’s plan to upgrade the Great Northern Highway north of Perth is about to start, Member for Pearce Judi Moylan announced today. The Government has committed $21.2 million to widen and rehabilitate the highway from Lennard Street to Muchea a... ... (02-Dec)

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