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Posts from the ‘Ministerial Correspondence’ Category

Adele Finds Ministerial Ally for Freo Planning

Adele has found a ministerial ally in her move to modify Fremantle’s Planning Scheme Amendment No.49.  Read more


Kaleeya Hospital Must Be Retained

Adele, with Kellie Martindill and baby Eden, is urging the State Government to retain Kaleeya Hospital in East Fremantle as a specialist women’s hospital. Read more

Rejection of Bauxite Exploration Permits Welcomed

Adele has welcomed the Western Australian Mining Warden’s recommendation that three licence applications for bauxite exploration south of Bridgetown by Bauxite Resources be rejected. Read more

Save Buster the Fun Bus

Adele has written to the Community Services Minister Robyn McSweeney urging her to review the decision to end funding for the much-loved Fremantle Buster the Fun Bus.   Read more

Adele supports well-funded bulk billing GP service for Fremantle

There has been a lot of misinformation spread about the future of the Fremantle Hospital GP Clinic.  I know how important the service is to Fremantle locals.  Read more

High Street Update

By way of an update, I have attached the most recent information on the High Street upgrade.  Please click on the links below to see the Safety Auditor’s Assessment  I have received, as well as a letter from the Minister for Transport’s office and a letter I am sending to constituents.

Safety Report

Letter from Minister’s Office High St

High Street letter Oct11

Magellan Not Welcome in Fremantle

Letter to the Minister for the Environment Re: Magellan lead carbonate exports

Lead carbonate is a dangerous product being transported through 22 suburbs of Perth by Magellan, who are known polluters. Read more

Hotel Proposal on Rottnest

Rottnest Island is treasured by thousands of West Australians. A new luxury hotel is proposed for Longreach Bay (to the left of the existing accommodation in this photo). Read more

Light Rail in Fremantle

Last month Green Independent Fremantle MP Adele Carles launched a proposal for Fremantle which will help connect the city, reduce congestion and find a workable solution for the South Fremantle tip site. The relocation of netball courts has now been removed from the plan, based on community feedback received at the recent Gibson Park precinct meeting.

Details of the proposal can be found here

Pedestrian Crossing on South Terrace

Letter to the Minister for Transport requesting the reinstatement of pedestrian crossing on South Terrace

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