Archived Statements - Gallop - Regional Budget 

Date MinisterPortfolioTitle

25/02/2005

Brown

State Development

Another multi-billion dollar boost for Western Australia's booming economy

21/02/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

State Government progresses increased tenure for Abrolhos fishers

21/02/2005

Gallop

Premier

New Telstra Burns Unit at RPH opened

18/02/2005

Gallop

Premier

Premier to meet ANF

17/02/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

State to take control of remote station to protect animal welfare

16/02/2005

Roberts

Community Safety

Gallop Government congratulates tough stand taken on nightclubs

15/02/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

State Government application for drought assistance approved

15/02/2005

Carpenter

Education and Training

Another 100 schools in multi-million dollar behaviour program

11/02/2005

Brown

State Development

Gallop Government congratulates Tenix Defence on $60million contract

10/02/2005

McGinty

Health

$5million for cancer research at Royal Perth Hospital

10/02/2005

MacTiernan

Planning and Infrastructure

Roe Highway Stage 7 on track for 2006 completion

10/02/2005

Gallop

Premier

10,000 new jobs created in WA last month

10/02/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

Loose Leaf Lettuce produces Rural Woman of the Year

10/02/2005

Kobelke

Indigenous Affairs

Football hero inspires WA youth

9/02/2005

Edwards

Environment

Blitz on cigarette butts

5/02/2005

Gallop

Premier

Premier launches $12million ship to boost Kimberley tourism

5/02/2005

Kucera; Chance

Fisheries; Tourism

WA fishers urged to give Asian Tsunami victims a helping hand

3/02/2005

McGinty

Health

And the winner is - Fiona Stanley Hospital

2/02/2005

Brown

State Development

Impressive local response to opportunities in $2billion LNG project

2/02/2005

MacTiernan

Planning and Infrastructure

Minister calls on Mark Vaile to back up ports rhetoric

1/02/2005

Brown

State Development

Government boost for indigenous art industry

29/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Services commence from Greenwood Railway Station

28/01/2005

Roberts

Police

Government's crime fighting strategy is a winner

27/01/2005

McGinty

Health

Coalition costs need to be analysed

25/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Premier lauds Australian of the Year

25/01/2005

Brown

State Development

Minister applauds re-opening of the Windarra nickel operation

24/01/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

Gallop Government continues support for milk negotiation agency

24/01/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

Western Australian farmers first to benefit from new farm training agreement

23/01/2005

MacTiernan

Planning and Infrastructure

New CAT bus fleet provides a better ride for city commuters

22/01/2005

McHale

Community Development

Leaving kids in cars: new WA law toughest in the nation

21/01/2005

McGinty

Health

Nurses' $250million claim more than health system can afford

21/01/2005

Brown

State Development

Government outlines Boodarie worker support program

21/01/2005

MacTiernan

Planning and Infrastructure

Share a cab, share the fare - new program starts Saturday

21/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Government unveils plan to sink rail, link Northbridge to CBD

21/01/2005

Ripper

Treasurer

Barnett's love that dare not speak its name

21/01/2005

Brown

State Development

Mines Safety Panel members announced

21/01/2005

Carpenter

Education and Training

Biggest summer swimming enrolment increase on record

20/01/2005

Kobelke

Consumer and Employment Protection

Barnett should stop bagging the State, when business investment is growing

20/01/2005

MacTiernan

Planning and Infrastructure

Fare increase architect would return as Coalition Transport Minister

20/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

State Government digs deep for Roebourne underground power

20/01/2005

McGinty

Health

Fun in the sun comes with a warning

20/01/2005

MacTiernan

Planning and Infrastructure

Public transport users cannot afford Colin Barnett

20/01/2005

Edwards

Environment

State Environmental Protection Policy - Cockburn Sound

20/01/2005

Brown

State Development

Skills Advisory Board to tackle skills shortages

19/01/2005

Roberts

Emergency Services; Police

Gallop Government posts $100,000 reward to catch arsonists

19/01/2005

Carpenter

Education and Training

Nationals and Barnett split on school fees

19/01/2005

Brown

State Development

Local governments to gain greater share in benefits from major projects

19/01/2005

Brown

State Development

Industry Assistance Scheme to create jobs and opportunities in regional WA

18/01/2005

Carpenter

Education and Training

Students should stay in education: Minister

18/01/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

Barnett continues to mislead public on policy costings

18/01/2005

Kobelke

Consumer and Employment Protection

Sullivan backflip means the Liberals will not stand up for independent retailers

18/01/2005

Ripper

Treasurer

Barnett must come clean on policy costs

18/01/2005

Gallop; McGinty

Health; Premier

Delivering a healthy WA - $3million to help keep doctors flying

17/01/2005

Ripper

Treasurer

WA leads the nation in housing market

17/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

The Gallop Government says 'yes - yes' to extended shopping hours

17/01/2005

Ripper

Energy

Power pole audit extended

16/01/2005

Kucera

Tourism

Interstate visitors pass million mark for first time

15/01/2005

Chance

Fisheries

Irish super trawler unwelcome in Western Australia

15/01/2005

Kobelke

Consumer and Employment Protection

Danger signs from Liberal leader who will not stand up for Western Australia

14/01/2005

Ripper

Energy

Nationals avoid uncomfortable truth

14/01/2005

Chance

Fisheries

Discussion papers on finfish management released to the public

14/01/2005

Ravlich

Local Government; Regional Development

Leadership Alumni - keeping community leaders connected

14/01/2005

McGinty

Health

Nurses' pay claim would cost more than a quarter of a billion dollars

13/01/2005

MacTiernan

Planning and Infrastructure

New chairman appointed to LandCorp

13/01/2005

Carpenter

Education and Training

Public schools students' best performance on record

13/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Exceptional opportunities for young people as V8 economy powers on

13/01/2005

Brown

State Development

Strategy to build a better future for WA's coal industry

12/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

New laws to combat illegal drug laboratories

12/01/2005

Kucera

Small Business

New SBDC board appointments

12/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Beachside inter-faith service for tsunami victims on Sunday

12/01/2005

Edwards

Environment

Independent assessment of wetlands policy

11/01/2005

McHale

Community Development; Seniors and Youth; Women's Interests

New guide a boost for grandfamilies

11/01/2005

Edwards

Environment

New licence conditions on Alcoa's Kwinana refinery

11/01/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

Government and youth combine to promote 'Fish for the Future'

10/01/2005

Ripper

Energy

Max factor lacks foundation

10/01/2005

Chance

Fisheries

Geographe Bay to be an exclusively recreational crab fishery

10/01/2005

MacTiernan

Planning and Infrastructure

Independent expert appointed to investigate Coral Bay boat ramp options

10/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Premier declares Western Power 'summer ready'

10/01/2005

Ripper

Energy

Rural network upgrade under way

10/01/2005

Kucera

Sport and Recreation

WA cricket punters to back Tsunami appeal

8/01/2005

Carpenter; Gallop

Education and Training; Premier

AAA Office to maintain academic excellence in WA Public Schools

8/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Premier announces the top of the class.

7/01/2005

Brown

State Development

Barnett to mine uranium in WA

6/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Bureau figures prove need for desalination plant

5/01/2005

Ripper

Treasurer

National party amnesia (look it up Max) in political attack

5/01/2005

Ripper

Energy

Major step forward in long-term power generation plan

5/01/2005

Roberts

Justice

Victims of crime to have a new voice under moves by the State Government

5/01/2005

Edwards

Environment

$195,000 for Community Conservation Groups

4/01/2005

Brown

Consumer and Employment Protection

The roll-out begins for a better workers' compensation system in WA

4/01/2005

Carpenter; McHale

Culture and the Arts; Education and Training

New strategy for connecting arts and education in Western Australia

4/01/2005

Chance

Agriculture; Fisheries; Forestry

Yet another embarrassing gaffe by Opposition

3/01/2005

Gallop

Premier

Premier clears the way for reconstruction assistance

2/01/2005

McHale

Community Development; Disability Services

Carers Advisory Council ensures recognition and support for WA carers

2/01/2005

Edwards

Environment

Coalition flags new uranium industry for Western Australia

2/01/2005

McGinty

Attorney General

Jess' Law - deadly drunk drivers face 20 years' jail from January 1

31/12/2004

Ripper

Premier

Government makes counselling available for tsunami victims

31/12/2004

Carpenter

Education and Training

Teaching - there has never been a better time: Minister

31/12/2004

McGinty

Health

State Government to help doctors deliver tsunami aid

31/12/2004

McGinty

Attorney General

People's tribunal opens its doors

31/12/2004

McGinty

Attorney General

Better protection for victims of child abuse and sexual assault