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Adele Encouraged By Planning For Second Container Port

 Adele is encouraged by the Government’s announcement about planning for the second metropolitan container port saying “it’s time to get serious about getting the trucks off Fremantle roads.” Read more


Adele Warns Government Not To Weaken Aboriginal Heritage Act

Adele has cautioned the State Government not to adopt measures that will weaken the protection of Aboriginal heritage in WA. Read more

Adele Demands Lynas Release Radiation Monitoring

Fremantle Independent MP Adele Carles has called for radiation monitoring results to be made public after it was revealed that Lynas Corporation has been stockpiling its radioactive rare earth concentrate in Bibra Lake since March whilst awaiting export through Fremantle Port. Read more

Education Funding Must Be A Priority

I call on the Government to put the State’s school children first and to re-allocate the $80 million in the 2012 Budget equally between Willetton, Kent Street and John Curtin. Read more

Adele’s comments on the State Budget

Read Adele’s Budget Reply Speech Read more

Adele seeks funding for women in prostitution to exit

Fremantle Independent MP Adele Carles has called on MPs to stop playing politics over the issue of prostitution reform and back her call for a much-needed shelter for women who wish to exit the prostitution industry in WA. Read more

Adele’s prostitution amendments being considered by Government

‘No deals’ on prostitution – The West Australian (10 April 2012)

Prostitution ban won’t work: Barnett – The West Australian (5 April 2012)

Carles gives ultimatum on prostitution laws – The West Australian (4 April 2012)

Adele Carles supports Heirisson Island protesters at Parliament House

The Age (28 March 2012)

Margaret River Saved

The decision by Environment Minister Bill Marmion to uphold the EPA’s rejection of a coal mine Read more

Government Flying Blind on Fracking Chemicals

Fremantle Independent MP Adele Carles has called for a moratorium on the use of hydraulic drilling and fracturing chemicals, or ‘fracking chemicals’, which are used to access unconventional gas sources in Western Australia including coal seam gas, until they have been fully assessed by federal regulators. Read more

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