Media Statements

For Portfolio: Racing and Gaming

Date MinisterPortfolioTitle

14/08/2018

McGowan; Papalia

Premier; Tourism; Racing and Gaming

Cheers to WA: Everyone’s a winner under State’s new liquor laws

9/07/2018

Johnston

Racing and Gaming

Community leadership drives further liquor restrictions in Pilbara

29/06/2018

Wyatt; Johnston

Treasurer; Racing and Gaming

Release of discussion paper on the future of the Western Australian TAB

22/03/2018

Papalia

Racing and Gaming; Small Business

Extended Easter Sunday trading for regional liquor stores

6/03/2018

Papalia; Wyatt

Racing and Gaming; Treasurer

Consultation with racing industry to begin on TAB future

3/03/2018

Papalia

Racing and Gaming

Liquor ban declared in Kalumburu

17/02/2018

Papalia

Tourism; Racing and Gaming

Responsible sale, supply and consumption key driver in wave of liquor reforms

14/02/2018

McGowan; Papalia

Premier; Tourism; Racing and Gaming

Liquor reforms to elevate WA tourism and local jobs

13/02/2018

Papalia

Racing and Gaming

Campaign encourages Western Australians to ‘Show Gambling Who’s Boss’

8/01/2018

Papalia; Saffioti

Tourism; Racing and Gaming; Small Business; Planning

Small businesses to help Yagan Square thrive

1/12/2017

Papalia

Racing and Gaming; Small Business

Christmas cheer for WA bottle shops

20/11/2017

Papalia

Tourism; Racing and Gaming

Perth’s premier racing carnivals attract Australasia’s best

12/09/2017

Papalia

Tourism; Racing and Gaming

New liquor reform a boost for tourism operators

7/09/2017

Wyatt; Papalia

Treasurer; Racing and Gaming

Reform of wagering taxation - introduction of a point of consumption tax

24/08/2017

McGowan; Papalia

Premier; Tourism; Racing and Gaming

Funding boost for WA’s biggest horse racing festival

18/08/2017

Papalia

Racing and Gaming

Liquor bans introduced in two more communities

15/06/2017

Papalia

Tourism; Racing and Gaming

Cruise ships cleared to gamble off all WA ports

9/04/2017

McGowan; Papalia

Premier; Tourism; Racing and Gaming

Next wave of liquor reforms underway to create jobs