LANDMARK MEDICARE SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE IN HASLUCK LIVING WITH AN EATING DISORDER

LANDMARK MEDICARE SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE IN HASLUCK LIVING WITH AN EATING DISORDER

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.

MAKING IT EASIER FOR HASLUCK HOUSEHOLDS AND SMALL BUSINESSES TO GET A BETTER DEAL

MAKING IT EASIER FOR HASLUCK HOUSEHOLDS AND SMALL BUSINESSES TO GET A BETTER DEAL

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.

AUSTRALIAN HERITAGE GRANTS ROUND NOW OPEN

AUSTRALIAN HERITAGE GRANTS ROUND NOW OPEN

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.

COALITION DELIVERS GREATER CHOICE FOR AUSTRALIAN WOMEN

COALITION DELIVERS GREATER CHOICE FOR AUSTRALIAN WOMEN

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.

STIRK PARK MEMORIAL WALL UNVEILED ON REMEMBRANCE DAY 2018

STIRK PARK MEMORIAL WALL UNVEILED ON REMEMBRANCE DAY 2018

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).

PROPOSED CHANGES TO EMPLOYEE SHARE SCHEMES TO BENEFIT BUSINESSES IN HASLUCK

PROPOSED CHANGES TO EMPLOYEE SHARE SCHEMES TO BENEFIT BUSINESSES IN HASLUCK

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.

HASLUCK AND WA WIN - NEW LAWS FOR A FAIRER GST SYSTEM

HASLUCK AND WA WIN - NEW LAWS FOR A FAIRER GST SYSTEM

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.

FUNDING UP FOR HASLUCK AGED CARE AND HEALTH

FUNDING UP FOR HASLUCK AGED CARE AND HEALTH

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.