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Baldivis volunteer firefighters benefit from new fire truck
Election commitment delivered on household fees and charges
New station marks next chapter for Bedfordale Bush Fire Brigade
New $11 million fire station in Cockburn fully operational
$140 million of capital works for Queanbeyan-Palerang
Jobs bounce – SA maintains strong COVID jobs rebound as overseas exports surge
Tom Price to benefit from new $4 million emergency services facility
Council votes to provide relief to bushfire-impacted property owners
Kensington Fire Station operational ahead of schedule
Super fairness for elected councillors at last
Construction complete on Cockburn’s new $11 million Fire Station
New $8 million Kensington Fire Station to service growing area
New $400,000 quick-response rescue vessel for Shark Bay
Yanchep firefighters to get $914,000 of modern updates to fire station
Over $1.7m in new emergency services facilities for South-West
New $470,000 purpose-built Broomehill fire station opens
New $868,000 station for Waroona West Bush Fire Brigade
New bushfire and emergency services facilities for Esperance region
$1 million emergency services investment in Shire of Toodyay
Western Australians to save $663.52 in household fees and charges
Every WA household to receive a $600 electricity bill credit
Hundreds of life-saving devices rolled out across State
New $1.5 million station for Broome Regional Bush Fire Brigade
$15 million COVID-recovery package for WA’s emergency services
New $330,000 vessel and trailer improve response times for Marine Rescue Exmouth
Senate inquiry into lessons from bushfire season Opening Statement
Report highlights urgent need for comprehensive reform of NSW insurance taxes
Household basket of fees and charges to decrease in 2020-21
$15 million recovered from insurers by ESL Insurance Monitor Prof Fels
Blacktown City Council – COVID-19 restrictions eased
Councils applaud NSW Government stimulus package
WA boat builders to build new Marine Rescue vessels
Community COVID-19 rescue package welcomed
COVID-19 economic response: Relief for businesses and households
Construction to begin on new fire station for Cockburn
New modern $8m fire station for Kensington
$1.57 million fire station opens with State’s first ‘fire-wise’ garden
Marine rescue legend honoured with naming of new $266,000 boat
$1.4 million for local governments to reduce bushfire risks
New $500,000 multi-purpose fire appliance for Roleystone
New 12000-litre water carrier for Mundijong Bush Fire Brigade