We are the only Party for Western Australia.
The other parties are controlled from the Eastern States.
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We will make laws to keep the GST in WA!
Join the REVOLUTION against the political CARTEL running this State!
December 2016: WTV News’ Russell Goodrick interviews Julie Matheson about our Party’s policies for the coming State election.
December 2016: Julie Matheson invites Canadian company NTI Nanotechnology Corporation to visit Port Hedland to resolve the 50 year dust issue holding the town to economic ransom by the Port Hedland Port Authority and the Department of Environmental Regulations.
October 2016: WA’s newest home grown party is registered.
October 2016: Julie Matheson supports a THIRD AFL footy team for Western Australia at Subiaco Oval after the WA Football Commission and West Coast Eagles decide to abandon the Home of Football.
July 2016: After running as an Independent candidate for the Senate, Julie Matheson forms her own party the JULIE MATHESON for WESTERN AUSTRALIA Party to contest the March 2017 State election against political parties controlled from the Eastern States.
July 2016: ABC’s Jane Marwick interviews Julie Matheson on why Western Australia needs its own independent Senator in Canberra.
June 2016: Julie Matheson turns to TV advertising to reach regional towns in Western Australia.
June 2016: Julie Matheson calls for the Development Assessment Panels to be scrapped after five years of outrageous development approvals. Click here:
June 2016: Julie Matheson interviews Eagles and Dockers’ fans about how to find an Independent candidate on the Senate ballot paper. Can a toilet roll help to explain?
May 2016: Julie Matheson takes a film crew to find out what West Coast Eagles fans think about the team’s move to Lathlain Victoria Park and its plans to build two new football grounds without a home for its members and supporter base.
March 2016: Julie Matheson campaigns to abolish the WA Planning Commission’s Development Assessment Panels after four years of outrageous building approvals, affecting more than 55 communities across Metropolitan Perth:
January 2016: Julie Matheson has thrown her support behind urban bee keeping to promote healthy parks and gardens in Perth suburbs.