Diane continued activities inside and out of Parliament, aligned with the Noongar values of kart, koort and wirrin, during an emotional week that addressed the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2019 and the Pinjarra Massacre of 1834. The VAD Bill passed the Second Reading vote in the Legislative Council by 25 to 10 on Wednesday. During […]
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Diane returned to Parliament last week as she combined her duties on the Legislative Council with committee and estimate hearings. There remained time to attend a number of important community events, however, which provided the opportunity to speak in Parliament about the importance of community and culture. The headline issue of the week statewide was […]
South West MLC Diane Evers will continue her strong support of regional communities and Rural Regeneration when attending Linkwest’s ‘People. Place. Partnerships.’ conference this week. As The Greens (WA) spokesperson for regional development, Ms Evers will be in attendance on day one of the conference, before providing the opening address on day two. Linkwest is […]
Diane Evers MLC donned the hi-vis two days in a row this week during visits to development sites of contrasting uses.
Diane reviews her activities during September, 2019.
Diane joined Bunbury school students and workers today for the global #ClimateStrike, as young and young-at-heart alike came together to demand urgent action on the climate crisis.
Diane reviews her activities during August, 2019.
Diane was proud to join The Greens (WA) climate change spokesperson Tim Clifford MLC to represent these concerns, as well as her Greens Colleagues Robin Chapple MLC and Alison Xamon MLC.
Hon. Diane Evers MLC for the South West Region of Western Australia
Legislative Council, Parliament of Western Australia