The Liberal National’s Government will help people in Hasluck living with an eating disorder get access to life-saving treatment with a $115 million landmark package.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, welcomed the announcement and said for the first time; those Australians with severe eating disorders will now be able to access a comprehensive treatment plan under Medicare.
The Liberal National Government is making it easier for households and small businesses in Hasluck to compare prices, products, services and providers across the banking, energy and telecommunications sectors.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, said that new laws, which were/will be introduced into the Parliament this week, will establish a ‘Consumer Data Right’ for individuals and small businesses in Hasluck.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, today congratulated Kelsi Brennan from Guildford Grammar School for her success in the National History Challenge.
Mr Wyatt said Kelsi Brennan was awarded WA Young Historian for the Year Level 5-6 category in the nationwide competition that involved more than 6,500 students from more than 600 schools.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, has today welcomed the Liberal National Government’s $100 million announcement, that Australians fighting cancer will soon benefit when five new cancer listings are made available on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).
Financial and other support options are available for Hasluck grandparents who have taken responsibility as primary carers for their grandchildren.
Minister for Human Services Michael Keenan said the Grandparent Adviser program recognises the unique challenges grandparent and non-parent carers face when assuming the role of caring for children.
The Liberal National Government will expand free access to glucose monitoring devices for pregnant women, children and more adults with type 1 diabetes, saving people in Hasluck up to $7,000 a year.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, welcomed the $100 million announcement and said the investment guaranties certainty.
The Morrison Government is taking action to ensure Hasluck small businesses get paid on time.
Hasluck small businesses shouldn’t have to wait months and months to be paid for work already completed. They deserve to know that the businesses they engage with are paying on time so that they can get on with business.
Local organisations in Hasluck can now apply for funding to help protect, conserve and raise awareness of Australia’s national heritage, Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, said today.
A total of $21.4 million will be available under the Australian Heritage Grants program over four years and from 2022-23 onwards this funding will increase to $5.7 million annually.
The Coalition Government is giving greater choice to Australian families by making parental leave pay more flexible.
Each year thousands of parents return to work before they have used up all of their Government-funded Parental Leave Payment, losing the unused portion. The new policy will allow families to split their parental leave payments into blocks of leave, rather than having to take it all at once.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP and the Kalamunda Returned and Services League (RSL) officially unveiled a new Memorial Wall at Stirk Park, Kalamunda, following the 11 am service at the Cenotaph, Kostera Oval, over last weekend.
A grant was made under the Anzac Centenary Local Grants Program which was open in the early stages of the Anzac Centenary Period (2014-2018).
Small businesses in Hasluck will benefit from the Liberal National Government’s introduction of a $2 billion Australian Business Securitisation Fund.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, said many small business owners in Hasluck find it difficult to obtain finance unless they put up their family home as collateral.
Small businesses in Hasluck will benefit from improvements the Coalition Government is making to employee share schemes which are designed to help attract, retain and motivate employees.
The Government’s proposed changes include doubling the value limit of eligible financial products that can be offered to $10,000 per employee, per year.
Every state and territory will be better off under new laws passed by Parliament today that will deliver a fairer and more sustainable distribution of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Under our reforms to the GST, an additional $9 billion in extra untied funding will be delivered to the states and territories over 10 years and an additional $1 billion in perpetuity once fully implemented.
Caring for our local communities is a top priority – while I am delivering major increases in health and aged care funding for Hasluck, Labor is left making belated promises.
Hasluck aged care investment has jumped from $53.6 million to $61.4 million a year since 2015, while our Government has lifted funding for the North Metropolitan Health Service – covering Midland and Kalamunda hospitals - by 43.9 per cent, or $157.3 million, since Federal Labor was last in power.
Residents living in WA in financial crisis will receive vital emergency support with new funding from the Liberal-National Government, including key organisations providing services in Hasluck.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, is looking forward to National Recycling Week from 12-18 November.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, said today that Home owners and property renters in Hasluck will be hit hard by Labor’s ill-conceived property tax.
“In Hasluck there are more than 8,500 people who negative gear their property and stand to lose if Labor has its way,” Mr Wyatt said.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, is encouraging employers and people with disability in Hasluck to get involved in AccessAbility Day 2018 during the week of 26 – 30 November.
Two major new listings on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) have the potential to extend the lives of patients in Hasluck with advanced lung cancer and those at risk of a heart attack, saving patients up to almost $190,000 a year.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, has encouraged students in Hasluck to research and apply for more than 7,000 higher education courses using a new website launched today.
Mr Wyatt said the Course Seeker website would allow prospective undergraduate students to compare and apply for courses that are right for them.
Hasluck schools and community organisations that encourage practical skills, creativity and entrepreneurial thinking can apply for a grant between $2,000 and $20,000 from the Coalition Government.
Applications for the Coalition Government’s Maker Projects grants will open on Thursday 8 November.
Industry leaders will be heading to Kalamunda this November to share current housing trends in the aged care industry.
Hosted by the City of Kalamunda, the event will be opened by Minister for Senior Australians and Aged Care, The Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP, and will include presentations from CEOs of Bethanie and Alzheimer’s WA, Chris How and Rhonda Parker.
Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, has announced that Hasluck consumers and small business will be spared the expense and inconvenience associated with taking financial complaints to court, with the Coalition Government’s Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) open for business as of Thursday 1 November 2018.
(LDATs) on the ground to tackle ice and other drug issues in our communities.
Round four of the LDAT program has now opened and interested community organisations have until the 7th of December to get their funding applications in.
The Federal Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt MP, said today that through local partnerships, LDATs provide evidence-based prevention activities to minimise alcohol and other drug related harms in their communities.
The Government today will introduce legislation to better support students in Hasluck who were ripped off under Labor’s failed VET FEE-HELP scheme and who were lumped with debts they had no chance of paying off.
The Morrison Government will make a medication for severe inflammatory spinal arthritis more affordable for Hasluck patients when it is listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS), saving patients more than $15,000 a year.
Design and construction proposals are being sought for a new interchange at the busy intersection of Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road in Perth.
The project is part of the Morrison Government’s $11 billion road and rail investment in WA – that will bust congestion and boost jobs across the state.
In response to Senator Glenn Sterle’s comments (Letters, 29/9), I want to assure all senior Australians and their families that - while the Royal Commission into aged care goes about its critical work - our Government is continuing at full pace with unprecedented aged care reforms and quality enforcement.
Any and all reports that I am considering quitting politics or switching my longstanding political allegiances are nothing more than fake news.
Under no circumstances would I contemplate leaving the Liberal Party, an organisation I have long supported, that I have been proud to be part of and to which I am strongly committed.
Minister for Senior Australians and Aged Care, Ken Wyatt AM, has today joined the Western Australian Premier, Mark McGowan MLA, at a sod-turning ceremony to mark the official start of construction at the Karingal Green Aged Care Precinct.