Morrison Government delivers for the Noranda City FC

Cowan residents are set to enjoy brand new changeroom facilities at the Noranda City Football Club thanks to the Morrison Government’s $750,000 investment. The upgrade to the existing two changerooms will extend the pre-existing building to include four new accessible changerooms – two for females and two for match officials. The new facilities will increase…

Making life easier for Australians living in Cowan

The Morrison Government is improving connectivity for Australians living on the urban fringes of our major cities, today announcing $28.2 million for 66 successful projects to improve mobile coverage, competition and address blackspots, including a new project in Cowan. The investments complement the Coalition’s highly successful Mobile Black Spot Program, which is improving mobile coverage and…

Senate Estimates – Myanmar Coup

Addressing the military coup in Myanmar remains one of my top priorities and I’m committed to ensuring the Australian Government’s response reflects the seriousness of the situation. A Senate Estimates hearing was an important opportunity to raise issues and questions with Foreign Minister Marise Payne and her officials from the Department of Foreign Affairs and…

Senate Estimates – Kimberley Tax Scam

Estimates hearings are a chance for Senate Committees to ask questions about how the Government is spending taxpayers’ money. I asked an Australian Tax Office representative for an update on a tax scam that affected WA’s Kimberley. It’s alleged more than $20 million was falsely claimed through the scam, which was first brought to my…

Emmanuel Christian Community School unveils new facilities

Patron Senator for Perth’s Northern Suburbs Dean Smith today opened the new West Wing Secondary Campus classrooms at Emmanuel Christian Community School in Girrawheen. The project includes 11 general learning areas and student amenities, designed to actively engage students, and featuring spacious corridors, a breezeway and break out spaces where they can gather. The Coalition…

Giving Power to the People

Future WA Liberal leaders would be elected by all Liberal Party members across the state in a bold plan to revitalise the Party and break the influence of powerbrokers. Western Australia would become the first division of the Liberal Party in the country to popularly elect its leader, rather than the leader being selected by…