Hon Judi Moylan

Entries for July 2004

Supporting community and crime prevention in hills and Swan regions

Residents in the hills and Swan regions have been given a boost, in relation to crime prevention, with the announcement of $331,000 to the Hills Community Support Group’s Intervention and Diversion project under the Howard Government’s new $20 million National Community Crime Preventi... ... (30-Jul)

Moylan attends official Green Corps Graduation

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today congratulated seven young people aged 17 to 20 who graduated from the Green Corps Bennett Brook Restoration and Trails Project. Ms Moylan handed out certificates at the official graduation to the dedicated and inspired young people. Green Corp... ... (23-Jul)

Moylan presents WA winners with Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Community Business Partner

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan was delighted to present the Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Community Business Partnerships 2004, at a ceremony at the Sheraton Hotel Perth today. Ms Moylan said the Prime Minister’s award was a prestigious one and congratulated the winners ... ... (23-Jul)

Lancelin Defence Training Area on new Commonwealth Heritage List

The Lancelin Defence Training Area is one of the first 336 sites around Australia to be inscribed on the new Commonwealth heritage list, according to Member for Pearce Judi Moylan. Commonwealth properties with natural, indigenous or cultural heritage value will be identified and prot... ... (21-Jul)

Northam Post Office on new Commonwealth Heritage List

The Northam Post Office is one of the first 336 sites around Australia to be inscribed on the new Commonwealth heritage list, according to Member for Pearce Judi Moylan. Commonwealth properties with natural, indigenous or cultural heritage value will be identified and protected in th... ... (21-Jul)

Two Green Corps teams graduate

New found confidence, life-long friends, developing new skills, learning to become leaders and a chance to give something back to this planet - who could ask for more? Judging by the smiling faces, photographic boards and speeches the recent graduates of two Green Corps teams could... ... (20-Jul)

Meeting with CY O’Connor College of TAFE Northam

Judi met with representatives from the CY O’Connor College of TAFE Northam recently. Managing Director Peter Mahler and Acting Academic Director Kathy Pollard and the City of Swan Chief Executive Officer Eric Lumsden met with Ms Moylan in June to discuss the Northam TAFE centre’s lin... ... (20-Jul)

New doctor in North Coast suburbs to eases shortage

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan announced today that the General Practitioner shortage in Perth’s North Coast suburbs has been eased by a pilot program, which recruited an overseas trained doctor to work in the area of need, this year. The new Metropolitan Workforce Support Program p... ... (07-Jul)

Moylan announces $1.22 million funding for Gingin Gravity Discovery Centre

Regional Partnerships Programme funding of $1.22 million has been granted to assist the Gravity Discovery Centre Foundation Inc to construct the 40m Leaning Tower of Gingin - the central icon for the Gravity Discovery Centre complex. Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today announced th... ... (07-Jul)

Clarkson Heights student wins Australian Government prize

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today presented a certificate to Paul Jenkins, of Clarkson Heights. Mr Jenkins, who attended Woodvale Senior High School, is the winner of an Australian Students Prize, an Australian Government initiative designed to give national recognition to academ... ... (06-Jul)

Moylan announces $24,160 in Home and Community Care funding for Brookton

Member for Pearce Judi Moylan today welcomed a funding boost for older Australians and younger people with a disability. Ms Moylan said Home and Community Care funding of $24,160 for Brookton Home and Community Care, to be administered through the Brookton Aged Hostel Committee at ... ... (02-Jul)

Moylan announces greater benefits for Pearce veterans

Veterans in Pearce will shortly see the benefits of the Howard Government’s $289 million response to the Clarke Review of Veterans' Entitlements following the passage of legislation on 24 June, the Member for Pearce, Judi Moylan, said today. Ms Moylan said with the passage of the C... ... (02-Jul)

Moylan announces nearly $125,000 in Federal funding for Boddington Rural Transaction Centre

Boddington was successful in its bid for the provision of essential services, with a recent announcement of $124,600 in Federal Government funding, to establish a Rural Transaction Centre. The funding comes under the Rural Transaction Centres Programme scheme. Member for Pearce... ... (02-Jul)

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