Services for older Australians in Hasluck given a boost in the 2017 Federal Budget

Services for older Australians in Hasluck given a boost in the 2017 Federal Budget

Older Australians in Hasluck will benefit from the Turnbull Government’s 2017 Federal Budget with continued funding of $5.5 billion to enable people to stay in their own homes.

Federal Minister for Aged Care and Member for Hasluck, Ken Wyatt, said that he had worked to ensure that the Commonwealth Home Support Programme was continued for two years from 1 July 2018.

What the Budget means for Hasluck #3

What the Budget means for Hasluck #3

The Turnbull Government is easing the cost of living for Australian families:

 

More Affordable Housing

“We are implementing sensible measures to make sure all Australians have affordable housing” said Mr Wyatt.

This budget includes measures to make more land available in areas well serviced by transport and jobs, crackdown on foreign investors who seek to exploit loopholes in our system and to ease the costs for young Australians looking to buy their first home.

What the Budget means for Hasluck #2

What the Budget means for Hasluck #2

The Turnbull Government is guaranteeing the services that Australian families rely on:

 More Money for Schools

Our needs based funding model for schools, endorsed by David Gonski, is all about fairness.

Schools in every sector in the community of Hasluck will be receiving significant increases in funding because of our needs-based funding model. This is great news for our 65 primary and secondary schools and their 23,564 students.

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What the Budget means for Hasluck #1

The Turnbull Government is taking measures to grow the economy and create new jobs:

 

Delivering Tax Relief for Small Business

The Government are delivering Small and Medium Business Tax cuts, benefiting 3.2 million small and medium businesses that employ 6.5 million Australians. This will help the 14,522 Hasluck businesses with turnovers up to $50 million if they are incorporated, and up to $5 million if they are unincorporated, invest and employ more Australians.

Funding estimator shows a win for Hasluck schools

Funding estimator shows a win for Hasluck schools

A new schools funding estimator is set to help Hasluck parents, teachers, principals and school communities see exactly how they stand to benefit from the Turnbull Government’s new $18.6 billion needs-based schools funding plan.

The Hon Ken Wyatt MP, Federal Member for Hasluck said the new online estimator showed that schools across the local area would benefit from a funding increase of $128.6 million between 2017 and 2021.

Kalamunda Bowling Club benefits from Federal grant

Kalamunda Bowling Club benefits from Federal grant

The Kalamunda Bowling Club has received a Federal Government grant to help with the construction and maintenance of its new state-of-the-art bowling green. The funding is part of the $45 million dollar Stronger Communities Program (SCP), set-up to help community, and not for profit groups, fund small capital works projects which will deliver social benefits.