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WA students to lead the way in naval shipbuilding careers

03 April 2018  WA Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds has welcomed today’s announcement that Edith Cowan University and South Metropolitan TAFE have signed on to provide courses through the Government’s premier Naval Shipbuilding College. “As an advocate for WA’s defence industry, I am delighted that Edith Cowan University and South Metropolitan TAFE have partnered with the […]

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WA to benefit from new Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles

14 March 2018  A WA business will benefit from more than $50 million after winning a share of the Land 400 Phase 2 investment. This comes as part of the Turnbull Government’s announcement of Rhienmetall as the selected supplier for the Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle project, worth more than $5 billion in acquisition. WA Liberal Senator […]

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Sunny days ahead in Burt as community groups reduce electricy costs

08 March 2018 Community groups in Armadale, Gosnells and Canning could receive up to $12,500 each to help reduce their electricity costs thanks to the Federal Government’s Solar Communities Program. WA Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds said submissions for Round 2 of the program will open on March 13. “With this funding, community groups will be […]

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Australia continues to lead the way against orphanage tourism

1 March 2018 WA Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds has welcomed the Government’s landmark moves to end Australia’s involvement in the ‘for profit’ orphanage tourism industry. Poverty should never be a reason to institutionalise children. Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop and Education Minister Simon Birmingham today announced the launch of public education and awareness raising programs […]

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Ranford Primary School to boost students’ digital literacy

Ranford Primary School in Canning Vale will receive $20,000 to boost students’ digital literacy, through the second round of the Turnbull Government’s Digital Literacy School Grants Program. WA Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds welcomed the funding, which would be used to develop an innovative new digital technologies program in the school. “Thanks to this funding, Ranford […]

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Women in Sport

WA Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds today rejected comments by Senator Cory Bernardi regarding the capacity of Australian women to serve in combat roles in the ADF. “Senator Bernardi would have us resegregate women in the ADF. His comments were disheartening and terribly disappointing,” Senator Reynolds said. “For the last thirty years women have been progressively […]

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Technology to counter improvised threats nets UWA $2.9 million

20 December 2017 Technology to counter improvised threats nets UWA $2.9 million WA Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds congratulated the University of Western Australia and its partner company, Scientific Aerospace Panorama Synergy, on being named winners of the Counter Improvised Threats Grand Challenge. They were awarded $2.9 million for their proposed technology of an unmanned airborne […]

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Perth’s south east set to join the nationally-delivered NDIS

20 December 2017 Perth’s south east set to join the nationally-delivered NDIS People living with disability in Perth’s south east can be confident they will receive the services and support they need through the National Disability Insurance Scheme following Western Australia’s decision to join the national scheme. Senator Reynolds said she was delighted residents in […]

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Shark mitigation report fails WA

14 December 2017 Shark mitigation report fails WA WA Liberal Senator Linda Reynolds has expressed disappointment that the Senate Inquiry into shark mitigation and deterrent measures failed to produce a clear plan to address the increasing shark attacks in WA and protect the coastal lifestyle of Western Australians. “15 people have been killed by sharks […]

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Review of political donations

12 December 2017 Review of political donations   The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters is conducting a review of political donations as part of its inquiry into the conduct of the 2016 election. Committee Chair Senator Linda Reynolds said the committee believed a multi-partisan review would answer questions concerning transparency, political campaigning and the […]

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