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Classroom boost at Mater Christi Catholic Primary School

Federal Member for Fremantle, Josh Wilson this week opened the new $5.2 million Year 2 and 3 learning facilities at Yangebup’s Mater Christi Catholic Primary School.

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More places for nurses, teachers, and engineers at Western Australia’s universities

This is a clear example of Labor’s commitment to the important work of addressing inequality and social exclusion as we boost education and training. These places will provide people with the opportunity to escape severe disadvantage while strengthening our workforce in areas of high demand

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Josh takes lead at IWC

I think, generally, the trajectory is towards greater ocean protection and greater protection of not just whales, but cetaceans across the board, that includes dolphins and porpoises, and we need to see that. We need to see that in the entire area of environmental stewardship, with better fisheries management to because the ocean is under pressure.

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Albanese Government delivers cheaper child care for Fremantle and Cockburn

The Albanese Government today introduced laws that will help cut out-of-pocket costs for families with children in early education and care.

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Applications open for the Government’s Youth Steering Committee

Applications are now open for the Government’s Youth Steering Committee, and young people living in Cockburn, East Fremantle, and Fremantle aged 12 – 25 are encouraged to apply.

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New grants reward leading innovators & researchers in Fremantle

The Australian Research Council (ARC) has announced more than $29 million for 61 grants for Linkage Projects across Australia over the next five years, with Fremantle to receive $1.5 million to fund projects that will expand our cultural understanding.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Circular plan to save oceans

Taken together, Labor’s policies on oceans and on waste and resource management will shift the dial after a decade of decline and inaction.
The Australian community is right to expect their government to lead the way towards greater sustainability with environmental protection an urgent priority, rather than an afterthought or superficial marketing gesture. An Albanese Labor government will take on that responsibility.

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