Incumbent State Upper House member Robin Scott says he will not relent on his push for a better and safer Goldfields as he vies to hold his seat at the March election.
Two of the three candidates vying for Kalgoorlie’s election seat have weighed in their thoughts on whether shire’s should be amalgamating to save on resources.
Mr Papalia said until the legislation was changed, the register would be populated by problem drinkers with prohibition orders and banning notices from police, or those who volunteered.
Mr Scott told the Kalgoorlie Miner the plan would curb antisocial behaviour by introducing “nuisance” youth to mentors to help guide them away from crime.
Racing and Gaming Minister Paul Papalia will today announce the major election promise, which will be modelled on the current banned drinkers register trial in the Pilbara.
WA Police Minister Michelle Roberts told the Kalgoorlie Miner today she would be raising the possibility with WA Police after hearing nothing was in place almost a decade after he was last seen
Mr Blowes’ string of offences allegedly began in October when he attended the Warburton Health Clinic demanding medication, at which time he damaged clinic windows in a state of anger
Ramil Jacob Sapad sent in an endorsed plea of guilty to Kalgoorlie Magistrate’s Court last week for driving under the influence last month
Ryan William Pettit entered an endorsed plea of guilty at the Kalgoorlie Magistrate’s Court last week to dangerous driving and excess .08 blood alcohol level.
The introduction of the register has been a point of debate for the Goldfields since 2017 when State Labor MP Kyle McGinn first floated the idea.
Jones entered WA with his caravan on December 19 at the Eucla checkpoint and settled at Salmon Gums to quarantine for two weeks.
Rose Maria Vaughan did not appear in the Kalgoorlie Magistrate’s Court yesterday, but she sent in an endorsed plea of guilty for driving while affected by illicit drugs.
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