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13 August 2014 – Local MPs want the Barnett Government to act quickly to ensure university courses continue to be offered at Murdoch University’s Rockingham Campus.   Read more… 

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13 August 2014 – Paul Papalia has fears for the future of the Lark Hill Training Facility and local jobs if the Barnett Government privatises the TAB.   Read more… 

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8 August 2014 – Paul Papalia has called the cuts in funding to Warnbro Community High School and Warnbro Ed Support Centre ‘bizarre’.   Read more…

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6 August 2014 – Local MPs condemn Barnett government cuts to high schools.  Read more…

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18 June 2014 – Paul Papalia alleges the Barnett Government has been slow to act on synthetic cannabinoids, after drawing their attention to the problem two years ago.  Listen here…

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28 May 2014  – Paul Papalia believes it is time for the Council to actively support residents’ calls for a police station in Secret Harbour.  Read more…

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14 May 2014 – With no school speed zone at Comet Bay Early Childhood Annex, Paul Papalia has real concerns for the students’ safety. Read more…

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9 May 2014 – Paul joined Members of the Totally and Partially Disabled Veterans of WA to mark the inaugural Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Day in Western Australia.  Read more…

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9 May 2014 – For years Paul has been calling on the Barnett Government to build a much needed police station between the Rockingham and Mandurah hubs. Read more…

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21 February 2014 – Paul Papalia believes schools in his electorate, which have large number of demountable classrooms, are amongst the worst affected by underspending in education by the State Government. Read more…

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10 January 2014 – A huge community effort to provide Christmas gifts made life a lot easier for many during the Festive Season. Read more…

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20 September 2013 -Paul has thrown his support behind Principals, as figures show the extent of State Government education budget cuts. Read more…

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August 2013 – Changes to the Budget will have an enormous impact on the families of 457 visa holders, many of whom live in Warnbro electorate. Read more…

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7 June 2013 – Paul Papalia says commuters living between Warnbro and Mandurah are waiting too long.   Read more…

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 November 2011 – School Leaders’ Forum

Opposition policy on education is to look after disadvantaged children’s education in Western Australia. Paul Papalia CSC explains more at the School Leaders Forum.

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November 2012 – 2012 WACSSO Conference

Paul Papalia CSC addresses the 2012 WACSSO Conference in his capacity as Shadow Minisiter for Education.

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26 June 2018 – Flights to WA’s Gascoyne region are set to become cheaper, with the State Government securing discounted airfares on trips to Carnarvon and Monkey Mia. Read more… 

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06 March 2018 – Racing Minister Paul Papalia says moving ahead with consultation will end uncertainty within the racing industry. Read more… 

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01 December 2017 –Liquor stores in Perth have been granted extended trading hours in the lead up to Christmas with Sunday trading allowed between 8am and 10pm. Read more… 

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06 June 2018 – Airbus has announced it will base its Zephyr solar-powered unmanned aircraft at Wyndham airfield in WA’s north-west, with flights slated to begin in the second half of 2018. Read more… 

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08 June 2018 – The Community Languages Program supports not-for-profit culturally diverse community organisations to teach languages other than English and cultural maintenance programs after school hours. Read more… 

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