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Fremantle headspace set to receive funding boost

Young people in the federal electorate of Fremantle will soon benefit from improvements to the local headspace youth mental health centre, with the Albanese Government providing $333,333 in funding to Fremantle headspace.


Julian Assange should be free

We only guard against the misuse of power through fundamental freedoms, like the freedom of speech and the freedom of the press, and we must protect those things. And Julian Assange’s case is an example of the importance of protecting those kinds of freedoms.


Funds delivered for local tree canopy expansion

The native tree canopy across the federal electorate of Fremantle will grow substantially with the planting of thousands of saplings and semi-mature trees across 10 projects through the Planting Trees for the Queen’s Jubilee program.


Albanese Labor government to invest in South Lake Ottey Centre

Under an Albanese Labor Government, Cockburn families will benefit from investment in the fantastic South Lake Ottey Centre.


More help for southern suburbs families, less pressure on hospitals

Under Labor, families in Perth’s southern suburbs will get the bulk billed urgent medical care they need, without having to wait hours at over-burdened hospital emergency departments.


Labor will clean up Swan & Canning Rivers

An Albanese Labor Government will help clean up the Swan and Canning Rivers to improve the ecological health, water quality, and amenity of Perth’s two major waterways.


Funding delivered for projects across our community

From the installation of solar panels to essential equipment and facility upgrades, a diverse range of projects at 22 community and sporting groups across the federal electorate of Fremantle are currently underway or complete thanks to a total of $217,500 in recent Commonwealth grant funding.


Morrison’s last-minute dry dock won’t fill shipbuilding void

After years of delay, neglect, and snubs when it comes to Western Australian shipbuilding, the PM today begins his last-minute ‘please like me’ tour with the long-awaited announcement of infrastructure that won’t be operational until 2028.


Community battery plan to cut bills and emissions in Cockburn

An Albanese Labor Government will cut power bills and reduce emissions for Cockburn households by installing a community battery in Coogee.


Summer ban on live export must remain

At the outset, I make the important general point that what should have occurred is a focused inquiry into the terms and details of a managed transition out of the live sheep export trade altogether in favour of an expanded higher-value chilled and frozen meat trade. Such work is long overdue.

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