WA Labor to tackle Wellington Road congestion

Congestion at the intersection of Wellington Road and Walter Road West, which is causing serious delays for residents and headaches for local retailers, will be addressed under a WA Labor Government. Shadow Transport Minister Rita Saffioti and WA Labor candidate for Morley Amber-Jade Sanderson have announced a $1 million fund to tackle one of Morley's most congested roads.

Nollamara better off under WA Labor Government

Nollamara residents will be better off under a WA Labor Government, with local candidate Amber-Jade Sanderson pledging to address several serious concerns held by locals in the area.

Nollamara residents to get bus back

WA Labor has pledged to reinstate the 354 bus route which was controversially scrapped in October by the Barnett Liberal Government. Shadow Transport Minister Rita Saffioti and WA Labor candidates Amber-Jade Sanderson for Morley and Simon Millman for Mt Lawley will allocate $150,000 for the bus to be brought back to the community over the next three years.

NorthLink access issues to be addressed under WA Labor

Noranda residents asked and WA Labor will deliver. WA Labor will provide $3.1 million to address issues created by the NorthLink Project, including adding a slip road for commuters leaving Lightning Park in Noranda to access Reid Highway.

Morley Schools get funding boost

WA Labor candidate for Morley Amber-Jade Sanderson today carried out an education blitz in the electorate of Morley with Shadow Education Minister Sue Ellery, to give much needed funding to local schools.

Labor to invest $2m in redevelopment of Morley Recreation Centre

WA Labor candidate for Morley Amber-Jade Sanderson today announced a $2m pledge to redevelop the Morley Sport and Recreation Centre if a McGowan Labor Government is elected on March 11.

NorthLink update for Noranda residents

Last Wednesday (25th), the Northlink Noranda Residents Group met with the City of Bayswater Mayor, North Ward Councillors Michelle Sutherland and Alan Radford and Members of the City's Roads and Engineering team. At the meeting, the group reaffirmed it's commitment to the two outcomes of the community meeting: 1. That a slip road providing access to Lightning Park was the priority. 2. If not possible, that the original Option 1 from Community Consultation (one way in, one way out) be implemented.

Amber-Jade Sanderson to fight Western Power sale and cuts to penalty rates for local workers

WA Labor candidate for Morley Amber-Jade Sanderson said WA Labor will fight Colin Barnett’s Western Power privatisation and cuts to penalty rates every step of the way. Ms Sanderson said the Liberals and Nationals were selling a valuable State asset to continue their spending addiction. Under the Liberal-National Government, State debt has increased from $3.6billion to nearly $40billion. They have blown the budget and are making Western Australians pay by selling an asset that generates revenue for the State. Ms Sanderson said cutting penalty rates was not the solution to WA’s jobs crisis. Only WA Labor has a Plan for Jobs to create more than 50,000 new jobs across a diverse range of industries.