Main Roads has released a concept plan for the new-look intersection at Ocean Reef and Wanneroo Roads and is currently assessing proposals for design and construction of the $65 million project.
Residents in Moore are invited to nominate local mobile phone black spot locations to help inform the rollout of the next round of the Coalition’s $220 million Mobile Black Spot Program.
Expressions of Interest for Round 4 of the Liberal Government’s Stronger Communities Programme are now open.
The Liberal Government is delivering on its promise to fix problems in the system used to determine the share the revenue from the GST, leaving all states and territories better off.
Mature-age people will soon benefit from increased employment opportunities through the Turnbull Government’s Career Transition Assistance (CTA) program trial starting today.
The CTA program provides practical assistance to help older Australians gain the contemporary skills they need to move into ongoing employment.
Member for Moore, Ian Goodenough MP, has today announced that the City of Joondalup is about to become a whole lot brighter thanks to a Federal Government grant to install a range of lighting enhancements within the city centre.
The $675 000 grant has been announced as part of round two of the Federal Government’s $40 million Safer Communities program.
The rollout of the National Broadband Network (NBN) in Moore is steadily progressing with 57 per cent of the electorate now able to connect to the service. Federal Member for Moore, Ian Goodenough MP, received a special briefing in Canberra this week from NBN Co’s Ben Bulmer and Mark Briers from the Office of the Minister for Communications.
Local real estate experts were invited by Federal Member for Moore, Ian Goodenough MP, to a round table lunch where they could voice their thoughts, concerns and ideas on issues including negative gearing, capital gains tax, stamp duty, first home owner’s grants and other issues that may affect home owners and investors in the area.
Federal Member for Moore, Ian Goodenough MP, has made the case in Parliament for considerable infrastructure funding to be allocated to his electorate in the upcoming 2018/19 budget to compensate for WA’s GST shortfall.
Now more than ever it is important for local businesses and individuals to have the information they need to protect themselves online. Cybercrime is conservatively estimated to cost Australians more than $1 billion per year, but at the same time, technology underpins the day-to-day operations of Australian businesses.