Steve Irons MP Federal Member for Swan



    The Morrison Liberal Government will provide a further $300,000 for targeted security lighting upgrades to improve public safety in East Victoria Park laneways and Carlisle residential areas. The funding will build on the success of street lighting improvements already delivered by the Federal Liberal Government in Round 1 of the Safer Communities fund in residential […]

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  • Franking Credits Inquiry comes to Swan

    Labor’s Retiree Tax will hurt retirees and low income earners, by abolishing tax refunds for share dividends. It would punish those who work hard to be self-reliant. When retirees and low income earners get a refund on share dividends, it is because the tax has already been paid by the company. Labor’s Retiree Tax would […]

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  • WA’s GST Fair share now law

    Today the Senate passed the Liberal Government’s plan to fix the GST for Western Australia. Under our reforms to the GST, an additional $9 billion in extra untied funding will be delivered to the states and territories over 10 years and an additional $1 billion in perpetuity once fully implemented. The former GST distribution system […]

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  • Women’s Health Week

    This week marks the beginning of the 6th annual Women’s Health Week. With Commonwealth investment, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is raising awareness among Australian women about common women’s health issues, and providing practical evidence-based advice on maintaining good health now and into the future. Women’s Health Week involves a series of local events around […]

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  • WA Infrastructure Package

    Major Jobs and Infrastructure Boost for WA 27 April 2018 The Turnbull Liberal Government has announced an historic, major infrastructure investment that will create thousands of jobs, stimulate economic growth and bust congestion, allowing commuters to get home more quickly and safely. Federal funding of $3.2 billion in the 2018-19 Commonwealth Budget, will facilitate the […]

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