Hon Judi Moylan

Entries for May 2005

Avon region to receive $119,293 through Landcare

The Avon region will receive a boost to its agricultural sector with the announcement today of a Landcare project worth $119,293 in the area, by Member for Pearce Judi Moylan. Ms Moylan said the funding, through the Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry portfolio, was for the Precisi... ... (27-May)

Community Broadband Broker funding for Toodyay, Pingelly, Beverley, Bindoon, Lancelin and surrounds

A community broadband broker will now be working to bring people living and working in and around Toodyay, Pingelly, Beverley, Bindoon, Lancelin and their surrounds, a choice of Broadband technologies and service providers, Member for Pearce Judi Moylan announced today. “The Wheat... ... (20-May)

Budget 2005 - Improving the safety and efficiency of Pearce roads

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan welcomed this year’s Federal Budget, which will see the Australian Government provide $63.5 million to roads, through AusLink, which fall in the Pearce electorate, by 2006-07. “About $35 million has been allocated to complete the Great Eastern Highway ... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Increase in Veterans’ Affairs funding Pearce

Pearce veterans will benefit from strengthened health care and support thanks to the Australian Government’s 2005-06 Federal Budget, which outlines assistance to support older veterans in paying their utilities bills. According to Member for Pearce Judi Moylan, Pearce veterans shou... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Small business and industry in Pearce to benefit from changes

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan said she was delighted with last night’s Federal Budget 2005-06 announcement, after $88 million was committed to assist the small business and industry sectors with various programs. Ms Moylan said small business in Pearce would benefit from several po... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Pearce carers to receive one-off payments of up to $1000

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan said she was pleased that the Australian Government had recognised carers in this year’s Federal Budget. “Carers are very selfless people who deserve to be supported in the incredible work they do,” Ms Moylan said. She said that eligible Pearce Care... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Moylan announces $10.5 million to protect Australian heritage

Important heritage icons in Pearce may be considered for funding under the National Heritage Investment Initiative, according to Member for Pearce Judi Moylan. Ms Moylan said the National Heritage Investment Initiative, which was announced last night by the Minister for the Environ... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Water a focus of Federal Budget 2005-06

With $200 million to be provided to community organisations thanks to a nation-wide $200 million Community Water Grants Programme, Pearce waterways should be clean and crystal clear. The Australian Government is committed to helping the work of local environmental groups, according... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Pearce residents to receive tax cuts across the board

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan said Pearce taxpayers would benefit from Federal Budget tax cuts again this year. She said that across Australia there would be $21.7 billion in tax cuts over the next four years. Ms Moylan said low, through to high income earners would benefit from ... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Boost to skills training to prove positive in Pearce

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan is committed to working with local businesses, industry and communities in Pearce to help combat Australia’s skills shortage. Last night’s Federal Budget 2005-06 will see the Australian Government deliver the following initiatives which will be a treme... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - More than $266 million for Australian child care places

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan said families in Pearce would be advantaged after last night’s Federal Budget, which saw the Australian Government commit a $266 million package to assist working parents. “This is an incredible boost for working families and I am positive that Pearc... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Saving Pearce lives through the Federal Black Spot program

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today announced that the Federal AusLink Black Spot Program would be extended until at least June 2008. Last night, after the Treasurer’s Federal Budget 2005-06 speech, the Minister for Local Government, Territories and Roads, Hon Jim Lloyd said: “The ... ... (11-May)

Budget 2005 - Agriculture initiatives a $60 million boost

Pearce farmers and agriculturalists are set to benefit from two Federal Budget initiatives, according to Federal Member for Pearce Judi Moylan. “Forty million dollars will be provided over four years to eradicate the most threatening weeds,” Ms Moylan said. “The Defeating the We... ... (11-May)

Moylan announces 28 substantial Envirofund grants for Pearce

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today announced 28 new projects, which were successful under Round 6 of the Envirofund for 2004-05. Among the projects were (Trust funding) – • $31,932 for the Revegetation of Waterlogged Areas and Watercourses on Springvale, Brookton; • $36,090.9... ... (03-May)

Hands on For Habitat Awards 2005

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today encouraged all Pearce Primary schools to enter the Hands on Habitat Awards 2005. “By registering for a free Hands on for Habitat Teacher’s Resource Kit and by entering the Hands on Habitat awards, primary school children will learn about Australi... ... (03-May)

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