Steve Irons MP Federal Member for Swan

  • Curtin University Medical School a win for medical students and a win for Western Australia

    May 19, 2015

    Artists impression of the new Midland campus Federal Member for Swan Steve Irons today welcomed Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s announcement that the Federal Coalition Government will invest $20 million in a new Curtin University Medical School to address the health workforce needs of Western Australia. “I have been working with Curtin University over the past five years to secure State and Federal […]

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  • Boost to Swan through National Stronger Regions Fund

    May 12, 2015

    Belmont Business Park funding The Commonwealth Government has today announced infrastructure projects to be funded in Swan under the $1 billion National Stronger Regions Fund. The Government will provide $212 million in funding to 51 priority infrastructure projects nationwide in Round One of the programme, including $6 million in Swan. The following project will receive funding up to a […]

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  • Redcliffe Primary School pre-schoolers learning languages with fun apps

    May 6, 2015

    ELLA trial launch Pre-schoolers at the Redcliffe Primary School are now learning Chinese (Mandarin) as part of the Australian Government’s $9.8 million Early Learning Languages Australia (ELLA) trial. Senator the Hon Scott Ryan, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education and Training, and Mr Steve Irons MP, Member for Swan visited Redcliffe Primary School, one of 41 preschools […]

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  • National Broadband Network Rolling Out in Swan

    April 28, 2015

    Activ Foundation site visit Federal Member for Swan Steve Irons today welcomed the Minister for Communications the Hon Malcolm Turnbull to Swan to announce that around 3,100 premises in East Victoria Park and Carlisle are a step closer to getting access to the National Broadband Network, with construction on the fibre-to-the-premises network now underway. Mr Irons said this was […]

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  • $2.7 million to fix local black spots in Swan

    April 23, 2015

    Joint Media Release; Briggs-Irons - $2.7 million to fix local black spots in Swan(1) Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Jamie Briggs and Federal Member for Swan Steve Irons today announced $2,721,000 in funding to fix seven dangerous black spots on local roads. The approved projects in Swan are: Intersection of Spencer Road and Langford Avenue in Langford: $965,000 to install traffic signals, install/upgrade lighting, install traffic median, […]

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  • Round Two opens for Stronger Regions

    May 19, 2015

    National Stronger Regions Fund Councils and incorporated not-for-profit organisations in the electorate of Swan will now be able to apply for funding of between $20,000 and $10 million for capital infrastructure projects under Round Two of the National Stronger Regions Fund. Federal Member for Swan Steve Irons said he would encourage all eligible parties to apply, with the National […]

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  • Stronger Communities Programme a boost for Swan

    May 19, 2015

    Community Federal Member for Swan Steve Irons today welcomed the Coalition Government’s new $45 million commitment over two years to fund small capital projects in local communities. “Under the Coalition Government’s new Stronger Communities Programme, Swan will receive funding of $150,000 per year over two years to assist organisations to implement projects that will deliver social […]

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  • Ensuring a strong research future for Australia

    May 13, 2015

    NCRIS funding The future of Australia’s all-important research sector has been significantly strengthened with the announcement in the Federal Budget that the Australian Government is providing $300 million over the next two years to continue the work of the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS). The funding will help secure the jobs of 1700 highly skilled technical […]

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