WA Fisheries Minister Peter Tinley has warned that recreational and commercial fishers who flout the rules protecting Western Australia’s inland and ocean fisheries can expect to pay a big price in fines and penalties.
The WA Government is building Western Australia’s economy back-up from the pandemic by embarking on Building for Tomorrow, the biggest transport infrastructure program WA has seen.
The WA Government’s Regional Traineeship Program is now open to boost training, skills and employment opportunities across regional Western Australia.
The WA Government has announced a record $2 million in grants to support local businesses secure contract opportunities, more than doubling last year’s (2019) funding and supporting the WA Recovery Plan initiatives.
WA Transport Minister Rita Saffioti was in the Kimberley region to view progress on a number of important road infrastructure projects currently underway.
Disaster assistance is now available in Augusta-Margaret River, Ashburton, Busselton, Capel, Dardanup, Donnybrook-Balingup, Greater Geraldton, Harvey and Irwin to help communities recover after severe storms in May 2020.
The Southwest Connex consortium has been named the preferred proponent to design and construct the Bunbury Outer Ring Road, the biggest regional infrastructure project ever undertaken in Western Australia.
The WA Government is investing heavily into major infrastructure and planning for big industry projects across Western Australia to prepare for the State’s future, create jobs and boost the economy as part of the WA Recovery Plan.
The WA Government will implement changes to procurement of works contracts from today (July 22 2020) to make it easier for local businesses to work with government agencies.
Travel in Western Australia’s south-west will soon be safer and easier with tenders called to deliver Stage 1 of the Bussell Highway duplication.