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Ministerial media statements - The Hon. John Day BSc BDSc MLA - 2011-17

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07 Oct 2016
A unique exhibition that takes an unprecedented look at the shared history of Albany's Menang people and early European settlers through objects collected from the area from the 1800s will go on display at the Western Australian Museum - Albany on November 2.
04 Oct 2016
Production is well underway on director Ben Elton's Three Summers, the first film to be funded under the Liberal National Government's Western Australian Regional Film Fund.
04 Oct 2016
Renowned Australian author Helen Garner has won Western Australia's top literary award, the prestigious $25,000 Premier's Prize, at the 2016 Western Australian Premier's Book Awards.
04 Oct 2016
After a highly successful pilot program last year, the Liberal National Government - through the Department of Culture and the Arts (DCA) - is supporting families to attend 2016 AWESOME festival events through a $25,000 ticket concession initiative.
04 Oct 2016
The life, work and legacy of Mahatma Gandhi will be celebrated in a free public exhibition at Elizabeth Quay that showcases Gandhi's values of peace, equality and non-violence.
04 Oct 2016
A new multi-use venue at the heritage-listed Rechabite Hall on William Street will bring another exciting addition to Northbridge's array of arts, culture and entertainment.
19 Sep 2016
The Liberal National Government today announced regional Western Australian performing arts venues which would receive upgrades as part of a four-year $24 million Creative Regions program, made possible by Royalties for Regions.
16 Sep 2016
The National Anzac Centre in Albany has been named Australia's number one museum by TripAdvisor users.
08 Sep 2016
The Peel region will be the backdrop for a new Australian film, with the first project announced under the Liberal National Government's Western Australian Regional Film Fund to be Ben Elton's Three Summers.
01 Sep 2016
Regional audiences will be able to enjoy the Black Swan State Theatre Company's upcoming production of Tartuffe The Hypocrite, thanks to a $181,486 Lotterywest grant.