Steve Irons MP Federal Member for Swan

  • South Perth wins funding from the National Stronger Regions Fund

    October 6, 2016

    img_1416 Stage One of the Connect South project in the electorate of Swan will become a reality after winning funding in Round 3 of the Federal Coalition Government’s National Stronger Regions Fund. Minister for Regional Development Fiona Nash and Federal Member for Swan Steve Irons said the local projects funded under NSRF Round 3 made a […]

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  • Curtin University Boat Club Secures $20,000 For New Equipment

    August 24, 2016

    IMG_7554[1] Curtin University Boat Club will receive $20,000 as part of the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Programme. The Stronger Communities Programme funds up to 50 per cent of small capital projects in local communities. The maximum amount local clubs and organisations can apply for is $20,000. Federal Member for Swan Steve Irons said the Stronger Communities […]

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  • Fast internet turned on

    April 20, 2016


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  • Western Australian NBN Milestone as first FTTN area goes live.

    April 13, 2016

    IMG_3483 Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield, Member for Swan Steve Irons MP and Member for Hasluck the Hon Ken Wyatt AM MP today launched the first nbn fibre to the node (FTTN) services in Western Australia. “It is a pleasure to be here today to celebrate this significant milestone for the nbn rollout in Western Australia,” […]

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  • Tackling water weed in the Canning River

    March 11, 2016

    IMG_8879 The Australian Government welcomes today’s release of the Hydrocotyle Weed Management Plan for the Middle and Upper Canning River, developed by Perth Natural Resource Management in collaboration with the local community. The plan is part of the Swan-Canning River Recovery Programme, managed by Perth Natural Resource Management, with $1 million in funding from the Australian […]

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