Hon Judi Moylan

Entries for April 2005

Pearce communities win with six Export Market Development Grants

Six businesses in the electorate of Pearce received $141,654 in Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) from the Australian Government in the second quarter of 2004-05, Member for Pearce Judi Moylan said today. “These grants are a pat on the back for small and medium enterprises in... ... (27-Apr)

Two new Work for the Dole projects for Pearce job seekers

Two new Work for the Dole projects in the Federal electorate of Pearce were welcomed today by the Member for Pearce Judi Moylan. “One of the new Work for the Dole projects will offer 12 unemployed people in Northam the opportunity to broaden their work experience and update their C... ... (26-Apr)

Moylan announces Broadband ADSL for Williams

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan says that Internet users in Williams can now speed up their downloads following Telstra’s upgrade of the Williams exchange, with Broadband ADSL. Ms Moylan said the upgrade was made possible thanks to local interest in the service expressed on Telstra’... ... (21-Apr)

Moylan encourages Pearce residents to nominate locals for Aged Care Awards

The Member for Pearce, Judi Moylan, today urged local residents to be on the look out for dedicated individuals and organisations who make a positive difference to the lives of older Australians in Pearce. “Nominations for the 2005 Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Aged Care clos... ... (21-Apr)

Moylan lobbies for ADSL for Bullsbrook

Federal Member for Pearce, Judi Moylan says she will continue lobbying for ADSL Broadband for Bullsbrook, until it becomes available. Ms Moylan said she had been in regular contact with Telstra about the availability of ADSL in the electorate of Pearce, and would work with both Tel... ... (21-Apr)

Moylan supports Australia-China Free Trade Agreement

After a trip to China this month to lead a delegation, Chair of the Australia/China Friendship Group and Member for Pearce Judi Moylan said she understands first-hand the importance of developing a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with China. On Monday 18 April, 2005 Prime Minister Hon J... ... (21-Apr)

Moylan lobbying for Broadband in Two Rocks

Federal Member for Pearce, Judi Moylan says she will continue lobbying Telstra for ADSL Broadband in the Two Rocks area, until it becomes available. Ms Moylan said she had been in regular contact with Telstra about the issue over many months, and was continuing to receive represent... ... (18-Apr)

Moylan urges Voluntary Environment and Heritage groups to apply for funding

Conservation carried out by Australia’s voluntary organisations will get a welcome boost under the Australian Government’s program of Grants to Voluntary Environment and Heritage Organisations. Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today called for applications for general purpose grants f... ... (18-Apr)

Moylan commemorates ANZAC Day with school resource and awards

Operation CLICK: ANZAC to Kokoda, an education resource for students will be sent to all Australian schools, according to Member for Pearce Judi Moylan. This school resource supports the investigation of Australia’s wartime history using the following websites – • Visit Gallipoli ... ... (18-Apr)

Avon region to benefit from $200,000 boost to Western Australian forestry

The Australian and Western Australian Governments will provide more than $200,000 over the next 15 months, to support two new Private Forestry Development Committees (PFDCs). Member for Pearce Judi Moylan said that one of the two new committees would be located in the Avon Region a... ... (05-Apr)

Clarkson and Quinns Rocks share in 21 new Work for the Dole places

Clarkson and Quinns Rocks are winners in the latest round of Work for the Dole places, which were announced recently. Clarkson will receive six places for participants to work at St Vincent De Paul, by assisting in the retail area to learn the skills required to manage and display... ... (04-Apr)

Mundaring wins with new Work for the Dole places

Mundaring is due to share in four Work for the Dole places with Midland, in the electorate of Hasluck, for a project titled Retail Therapy. This project, announced during the latest round of Work for the Dole Places, will provide job seekers with an opportunity to work in a suppor... ... (04-Apr)

Northam wins with 12 new Work for the Dole places

Northam is a winner in the latest round of Work for the Dole places, which were announced recently. Northam will receive 12 new places for participants to restore a vintage train and heritage railway at the town. The project, which is titled Locomotion and sponsored by Wheatbel... ... (04-Apr)

Swan wins with 30 new Work for the Dole places

The City of Swan is a big winner in the latest round of Work for the Dole places, which were announced recently. Two projects in the area, with 15 participants at each, will be of great benefit to the local community, according to Member for Pearce, Judi Moylan. Project detail... ... (04-Apr)

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