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Alannah MacTiernan
WA Minister for Regional Development; Agriculture and Food; Ports, Member for North Metro.
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 31
Replying to @HoolyMcg @farmersway
Any documentation you can provide will speed up the process
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 31
Replying to @AlannahMac
Thank you regional West Australians for your patience and understanding as we work to stop the spread of COVID-19. The full Direction that outlines exemptions is available here:
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 31
Replying to @AlannahMac
We have included a specific exemption for those performing an essential service, which includes any person employed or engaged in agriculture. If you need to travel, please assist police by preparing documentation like a letter, email or SMS confirming your working arrangements
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 31
Regional travel restrictions are now in effect. Exemptions apply for: - travel for work; - medical reasons; - freight; - access to groceries or supplies if not available in your own region; - returning home; - compassionate grounds.
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 28
Replying to @AlannahMac
The Direction also makes clear that businesses that sell other products are only required to close the part of their business that sells firearms.
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 28
Exemptions to gun shop closures have been confirmed for primary producers and pest eradication specialists. See updated Direction here:
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 26
Fantastic initiative we've launched today: providing a central information hub for job-seekers and employers in the agricultural sector
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 24
A few updates on WA agriculture and COVID-19:
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 12
Great to catch up with our next generation of ag leaders!
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Alannah MacTiernan Mar 9
Fabulous launch of the new French Serradella variety Fran2o: a great asset to farmers looking to move away from inorganic nitrogen fertilisers. Well done to the team at Murdoch!
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Mark McGowan Mar 1
I can now officially declare: Let there be rock! 🤘
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Alannah MacTiernan Feb 24
Great sadness all round that we are losing the talent and joy that is Ben Wyatt: a brilliant Treasurer, an inspiring leader in the Aboriginal community and a fantastic, fun colleague. His family deserve to have him back!
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Alannah MacTiernan Feb 17
Very proud to be hosting evokeAG 2021 in Perth: a fantastic platform to showcase our primary industries. WA leading the national conversation in agtech and innovation!
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Alannah MacTiernan Feb 9
A big thank you to the podcast for sitting down and having a deep dive into some of the big issues affecting agriculture: climate change, animal welfare, activism, and the next generation  
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Alannah MacTiernan Jan 7
Replying to @AlannahMac
More detail on the projects here:
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Alannah MacTiernan Jan 7
WA can be a world leader in renewable hydrogen, creating local jobs and contributing to a lower emissions future. Today, the industry taken another step forward: our Govt is investing $1.68 million towards seven feasibility projects for hydrogen in our state
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Alannah MacTiernan Dec 6
We’ve brought in the specialists to help stop the possible spread of Red Imported Fire Ant - but we still need Freo residents to be vigilant! Report any unusual ant sighting at
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Alannah MacTiernan Dec 5
It is done! 24 to 11 in favour of VAD in the Legislative Council. What an incredible community campaign: democracy does work!
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Alannah MacTiernan Dec 4
Carbon farming approved on WA pastoral lands for the first time: ✅ At least $70 million from carbon credits for WA pastoralists ✅ Supporting climate change action ✅ Regenerating the southern rangelands
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Alannah MacTiernan Dec 4
Today going into battle for Voluntary Assisted Dying for last time: it is extraordinary to be this close to making history - and making lives better!
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