Hon Judi Moylan

Entries for July 2008

Climate Change Action Needed

More public transport, which is gas powered, rainwater tanks and solar panels are the first step to fighting climate change said The Hon Judi Moylan, Federal Member for Pearce. Addressing the Avon Region Organisation of Councils (AROC) meeting in Northam, Mrs Moylan said the State Go... ... (30-Jul)

Landcare grants, but not enough…

Two Pearce organisations, Oil Mallee Association of Western Australia and the Swan Catchment Council will share in $770, 599 funding from the Federal Government for Landcare projects. The Federal Member for Pearce, Hon Judi Moylan MP said the funding was very much needed for rural an... ... (28-Jul)

Women’s Issues Neglected

Australian women are being neglected and it is time the Government acted to abolish inequities in the workforce said the Hon Judi Moylan MP, Federal Member for Pearce. Speaking in Perth today, Mrs Moylan told some of the States most influential business women that it is shocking in... ... (23-Jul)

Trans-Fats Cost Lives

You may not realise but hidden in the pies, cakes, buns, biscuits we consume daily are trans-fats. Every bite adds to our risk of both cardiovascular disease and diabetes. With Australian’s ever-increasing waist lines it is time to take action. As the Chair of the Parliamentary D... ... (22-Jul)

Pingelly Police Need Quality Homes

Pingelly police recruitment has been hindered by the poor-state of Government housing. Many potential officers are turned-off working in the town because of the sub-standard living conditions. Locals said Police officers are happy to be posted to Pingelly until their familles lo... ... (21-Jul)

Cultural Funding Needed to Stop Suicides

Member for Pearce the Hon Judi Moylan MP is calling on Government to fund culturally appropriate mental health, alcohol and substance misuse counselling in the wake of the recent Aboriginal suicides. Mental health problems within the Aboriginal Community have reached crises point. ... ... (21-Jul)

Doctor boost for Narrogin

Earl Street Doctors Surgery has signed three additional doctors and one registrar bringing relief to residents frustrated with Narrogin health-care availability. Expected to begin in the next two months, the recent appointments will increase surgery clinic numbers to six, taking pr... ... (21-Jul)

Focus on Diabetes Prevention

Next week for seven days the national health spotlight will shine on diabetes. Killing 2.8 million adults across the globe annually, representing one death every 10 seconds, diabetes affects 7.4 per cent of the Australian population. As the waist-lines of Australian’s continue t... ... (07-Jul)

Food Security under the Microscope

Australia’s ability to produce enough food to feed the nation, plus maintain major export capacity in the face of global warming will be examined by the latest Senate inquiry. A first for the Senate, the Coalition led investigation into Food Security will be chaired by Senator Bill... ... (03-Jul)


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