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New MRI to be based at Armadale Health Service

People in the Armadale area will soon have better access to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans under Medicare. The Perth Radiological Clinic based at the Armadale Health Service is one of 10 MRI providers to be granted eligibility under the Australian Government’s expansion of MRI services around the country. Canning MHR Don Randa... read more »

Independent review of Trade Training Centres

The quality of Labor’s Trade Training Centres (TTC) in schools programme will be independently reviewed amid feedback students are not graduating with the skills employers need. Canning MHR Don Randall said industry had raised numerous concerns about inconsistencies in the quality of training, qualifications and equipment offered from one... read more »

Praise for local youth anti-crime program

The Students Advising Youth (SAY) project is an innovative competition that uses digital and social media to communicate crime prevention messages to the community. Canning MHR Don Randall yesterday praised the program in a speech to Parliament. Mr Randall commended the vision of the Peel District Police in creating the SAY competition and said... read more »

Paying super on backpackers wages not in national interest

Local businesses have told Canning MHR Don Randall they think paying superannuation on backpackers wages is not in the national interest. When non-resident backpackers leave the country they can fill out a form to have their superannuation monies paid back to them immediately, so the funds do not provide retirement savings as superannuation is ... read more »

Changes to Black Spot Programme for safer regional roads

The Australian Government is delivering on its plan to build safer roads across regional Australia through the national Black Spot Programme. Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Jamie Briggs has announced that the eligibility criteria for the Programme has been changed to make it easier for regional communities to com... read more »

Six months without a successful people smuggling venture

It has now been six months since the last successful people smuggling venture to Australia, Canning MHR Don Randall said today. He confirmed the last people smuggling venture to Australia arrived on December 19, 2013. Over the same six-month period in 2012/13 under the previous Labor government, a total of 190 boats with 12,773 people on boar... read more »

Home and Community Care boost for Canning

Older people and people with a disability in Western Australia are set to benefit from the release of extra one-off funding announced this week to support Home and Community Care projects in Western Australia, Canning MHR Don Randall today announced. Mr Randall said that Western Australia’s total Home and Community Care program funding for 2... read more »

National Broadband Network rolling out in Canning

Around 3400 premises in Canning are a step closer to getting access to the National Broadband Network, with build preparation work now underway. In coming weeks, work will be visible in streets as pre-construction activity begins, such as the clearing of Telstra’s pits and ducts. Premises included in the build preparations sites released to... read more »

Funding for Kelmscott-Pinjarra Lighthorse Memorial Troop

Canning MHR Don Randall is pleased to announce funding of $1,941 for the Kelmscott-Pinjarra 10th Lighthorse Memorial Troop Inc to display a complete, genuine World War II uniform. The funding is being delivered through the Australian Government’s Saluting Their Service programme, an initiative to honour the sacrifice of Australia&rs... read more »

One-Stop-Shop to streamline development approvals in Canning

Canning MHR Don Randall has used a speech in Parliament to highlight bureaucratic green tape linked to the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act that has hampered development in his electorate of Canning. It comes as the Commonwealth and Western Australian Governments released a draft bilateral agreement to establish a... read more »

Rotary’s 15,000km lawnmower ride for charity

Canning MHR Don Randall today greeted a guest of a different kind to the doors of Parliament House – a Hustler Super Z mower ridden by Craig Alford from Armadale Mower World. The mower ride from Adelaide to Sydney, via Melbourne, Hobart and Canberra is all in the name of charity; an initiative of the Rotary Club of Armadale. ... read more »

NBN fibre extending to Dudley Park

NBN Co has today announced construction has commenced to expand the fibre NBN network into Dudley Park. Canning MHR Don Randall said it showed the Coalition was focussed on fixing Labor’s NBN mess through delivering broadband sooner and more affordably for consumers. “We are taking a more planned approach to the NBN ... read more »

Trade skills boosted through Armadale training centre

Young people of the Armadale region will be able to gain valuable skills in trades such as bricklayer, carpenter, solid plasterer and wall and floor tiler at a facility being officially opened in Armadale today. The Armadale Senior High School Industry Program Trade Training Centre, located at Armadale Senior High School, will offer loc... read more »

Mandurah Aquatic Centre funding delivered!

The Canning electorate will benefit from the Abbott Government’s commitment to build the infrastructure of the 21st Century through delivering $10 million towards the Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre redevelopment. Funding for the Centre was delivered in the 2014-15 Budget. Canning MHR Don Randall welcomed the timely... read more »

Abbott Government delivers on Safer Streets funding for Armadale

The Coalition Government has delivered on its commitment to address crime and anti-social behaviour in the Canning electorate, Canning MHR Don Randall said today. The 2014-15 Federal Budget includes funding under the Coalition Government’s Safer Streets Programme, where proceeds of crime will be directed to fund local crime prevent... read more »
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At Byford Child Care Centre with the Hon Sussan Ley
Viewing plans for the new Pinjarra Community Centre
Visitng Darling Downs Equestrian about a Green Army project
Tackling local crime with Police Minister Liza Harvey MLA
Don and the Hon Greg Hunt visit Murdoch Uni's carbon storage research site
Don and the Hon David Johnston send care packages to the troops
Newmont Boddington Gold mine visit with the Hon Ian MacFarlane
Greening Australia-Alcoa Research Project Launch
Speaking to students during the 2012 Don Randall Canning Walk for Autism
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