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Having grown up in the northern suburbs, Mrs Stojkovska is aware of the issues facing families.
As the new Murray-Wellington MLA, Robyn Clarke’s first priority will be job creation through developing existing and new industries.
Through his links to the business community, Mr Michel became keenly aware of the Liberal-National's lack of foresight in the region.
Mr Folkard said he had seen the consequences of rising unemployment on WA communities and will advocate to expedite government projects.
Mr Hughes is familiar with the issues facing the eastern metropolitan region and appreciates the diverse communities in the electorate.
The Labor Government announced phase one of the Public Sector Renewal today, which reduces public sector government agencies by 40 per cent.
Mr Millman’s first priority as politician is to bring local businesses together to discuss WA Labor’s Plan for Jobs.
As a police officer for 24 years, law and order issues feature highly on Mr Urban’s list of priorities.
Mr Whitby says one of his first priorities is to work with Mark McGowan on creating jobs.
Mr Healy says his links to the local community would stand him in good stead in his new role serving the people of Huntingdale and Gosnells.
Mr Price says one of his first priorities would be addressing crime in his electorate.
Mr Punch is well-placed to get results, with a strong background in government and knowledge of the region honed over 18 years at the SWDC.
Former City of Vincent Mayor John Carey says his first priority as new Perth MP will be to advocate for small business.
As the owner of several businesses, new Jandakot MP Yaz Mubarakai understands the needs of small business. Learn more about Yaz here.
Premier-elect Mark McGowan announces portfolios for 17 Ministers and seven Parliamentary Secretaries. Download our WA Labor guide here.
Western Australia’s 2017 State Election delivered an historical result. Read our profiles of WA Labor's record number of new MP's here.
An exclusive poll in marginal Perth electorates has found strong opposition to fracking among supporters of all political parties.
Rapid population growth, big demographic shifts and a strong candidate make Southern River highly prospective for WA Labor.
Boundary changes and a series of broken public transport promises make this seat a tough ask for the Liberals.