South Metro

Fremantle Football Club — Cockburn Central

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[COUNCIL — Tuesday, 21 August 2012]
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Hon Lynn MacLaren; Hon Helen Morton
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FREMANTLE FOOTBALL CLUB — COCKBURN CENTRAL
556. Hon LYNN MacLAREN to the minister representing the Minister for Planning: Read more »

Cockburn Police Station — Closure

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[COUNCIL — Tuesday, 21 August 2012]
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Hon Lynn MacLaren
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COCKBURN POLICE STATION — CLOSURE
Petition
HON LYNN MacLAREN (South Metropolitan) [3.04 pm]: I present a petition containing 982 signatures, couched in the following terms — Read more »

Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo numbers down

Lynn Maclaren MLC joined thousands of volunteers in the Great Cocky Count on Sunday 15 April. The Great Cocky Count is a process where volunteers go to registered night-time roosting sites and count all the cockatoos flying into those trees. Read more »

Tier 3 Rail recommendations: A victory for common sense

It isn’t often, as a member of a minority party in the upper house, that one can influence government policy, but today I can point to one very powerful step in that direction.


Today, my committee released a short report with two recommendations:


1. That the WA Government keep the Central Wheatbelt Tier 3 rail lines open until the end of 2014 to enable CBH Group to demonstrate the business case for retention of these lines, and; Read more »

Public Outcry and Tight Restrictions Lead to Reprieve for RRRC

The Government's decision to reopen the household waste processor of the $100m Regional Resource Recovery Centre facility in Canning Vale under strict license conditions was welcomed by Greens MLC Lynn MacLaren.
"Along with many in the community, I c Read more »

Inquiry into Cockburn Cement Limited, Munster

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[COUNCIL — Wednesday, 2 May 2012]
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Hon Brian Ellis; Hon Lynn MacLaren
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Standing Committee on Environment and Public Affairs— Twenty-fourth Report — “Inquiry into Cockburn Cement Limited, Munster” — Motion
Resumed from 28 March on the following motion moved by Hon Brian Ellis —
That the report be noted.
Hon BRIAN ELLIS: I am not exactly Read more »

WASTE FACILITY REOPENED FOLLOWING GOVERNMENT CONDITIONAL APPROVAL

On the heels of the announcement that the Barnett Government was going to revoke the licence for the SMRC waste composting facility in Canning Vale, Hon Lynn MacLaren presented a petition from more than 400 constituents opposed to the revocation o Read more »

Kwinana industrial air buffer zone

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[COUNCIL — Wednesday, 7 March 2012]
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Hon Lynn MacLaren

KWINANA INDUSTRY AIR BUFFER ZONE

Petition Read more »

Save the Charles Riley Reserve Trees!

Jan 20 2012 16:24

Public Meeting Under the Trees
(opposite the North Beach Primary School)

Saturday 21 January 2012 11.30 to 12.30pm

The City of Stirling is planning to remove nearly all of the big shade trees from the Charles Riley Reserve (47 trees), mainly opposite the North Beach Primary School. This is to enlarge the second football oval to AFL size and because the cricket club want to relocate from the southern end. All up they are spending $3 million of ratepayers money on this project. Read more »

Kwinana industrial air buffer zone - Alcoa activities

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[COUNCIL — Thursday, 1 December 2011]
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Hon Lynn MacLaren; Hon Helen Morton

KWINANA INDUSTRIAL AIR BUFFER ZONE — ALCOA ACTIVITIES

1125. Hon LYNN MacLAREN to the minister representing the Minister for Water: Read more »