One train can take hundreds of cars off our city’s roads. That is why it is critical that governments invest in facilities to encourage greater use of public transport.  In this case we also get an expansion of safe parking that serves the acute needs of the Fremantle Surf Life Saving Club.

A Shorten Labor Government will make sure Aussie kids have access to swimming and water safety lessons in primary school.

WA shipbuilders are still waiting for Malcolm Turnbull to deliver on the $100 million infrastructure commitment for Henderson that he made over 14 months ago.

Wilson swings in

Friday, 03 August 2018 17:48

“The most important things to this community are the things we share – our public hospitals, our public schools, public transport – people want to maintain these things and it’s the basis of our egalitarian way of life.”

As reported in the Fremantle Herald on 3 Auust 2018

https://heraldonlinejournal.com/2018/08/03/wilson-swings-in/

In announcing a further increase in fibre-to-the-curb (FTTC), NBN Co has once again given WA an extraordinary bad deal, with the state due to see only 3000-4000 additional premises receive the superior technology (or less than 1 per cent) of the additional 440,000 FTTC connections announced this week.

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