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Mr Ronald (Shane) Shane Love MLA
Deputy Leader of the Opposition; Shadow Minister for Transport; Mines & Petroleum; Climate Action; Local Government
Manager of Opposition Business
The Nationals WA
Shop 1/17 Moreton Terrace
Dongara WA 6525
Postal Address: PO Box 216 Dongara WA 6525
Ph: 9927 2333
Speeches by Mr Ronald (Shane) Shane Love
Extract from the Western Australian Parliamentary Handbook
LOVE, Ronald (Shane) Shane, MLA
Member for Moore
The Nationals WA
Elected to the Thirty-Ninth Parliament for Moore on 9 March 2013, in succession to
Grant Allen Woodhams
Re-elected 2017, 2021.
Acting Speaker of the Legislative Assembly from 24 May 2017 to 11 March 2020.
Parliamentary Superannuation Board from 24 June 2021.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Regional Development; Lands; Minister Assisting the Minister for State Development from 8 December 2014 to 11 March 2017.
Shadow Ministerial Appointments
Shadow Minister for Transport; Mines & Petroleum; Climate Action from 19 April 2021 to 29 March 2022.
Shadow Minister for Transport; Mines & Petroleum; Climate Action; Local Government from 29 March 2022.
Member, Economics and Industry Standing Committee from 15 August 2013 to 14 May 2015.
Member, Education and Health Standing Committee from 23 May 2017 to 13 August 2020.
Member, Joint Standing Committee on the Corruption and Crime Commission from 26 May 2021.
Member, Joint Select Committee on Palliative Care in Western Australia from 28 May 2020 to 19 November 2020.
Parliamentary Party Appointments
The Nationals WA Whip from 11 March 2017 to 17 March 2020.
Deputy Leader of The Nationals WA from 10 March 2020.
Deputy Leader of the Opposition from 14 April 2021.
Manager of Opposition Business from 14 April 2021.
Born 30 August 1961, Kerang, Victoria.
Arrived in Western Australia 1974.
Qualifications and occupation before entering Parliament
MOORE - ELECTORATE PROFILE
The electorate of Moore is located in the Agricultural Region and includes all or parts of the City of Greater Geraldton, Shire of Carnamah, Shire of Chapman Valley, Shire of Chittering, Shire of Coorow, Shire of Dalwallinu, Shire of Dandaragan, Shire of Dowerin, Shire of Gingin, Shire of Goomalling, Shire of Irwin, Shire of Mingenew, Shire of Moora, Shire of Morawa, Shire of Northampton, Shire of Perenjori, Shire of Three Springs, Shire of Toodyay, Shire of Victoria Plains and the Shire of Wongan-Ballidu.
Comprising of all or parts of the localities of Ajana, Allanooka, Alma, Ambania, Arrino, Arrowsmith, Arrowsmith East, Badgingarra, Ballidu, Bambun, Barberton, Beermullah, Bejoording, Berkshire Valley, Bindi Bindi, Bindoon, Bindoon Training Area, Binnu, Bolgart, Bonniefield, Bookara, Boonanarring, Boothendarra, Bowes, Bowgada, Breera, Breton Bay, Buller, Bundanoon, Bunjil, Buntine, Burakin, Cadoux, Calingiri, Canna, Caraban, Carani, Carnamah, Cataby, Cervantes, Chittering, Coolcalalaya, Cooljarloo, Coomberdale, Coonabidgee, Coondle, Coorow, Cowalla, Culham, Cullalla, Cunjardine, Dalwallinu, Dandaragan, Dartmoor, Devils Creek, Dewars Pool, Dindiloa, Dongara, Dowerin, Dudawa, Dumbarton, Durawah, East Ballidu, East Bowes, East Damboring, East Nabawa, East Yuna, Eganu, Eneabba, Gabalong, Gabbadah, Gillingarra, Gingin, Ginginup, Glentromie, Goodlands, Goomalling, Granville, Green Head, Gregory, Grey, Guilderton, Gunyidi, Gutha, Hickety, Hill River, Hindmarsh, Hoddys Well, Holmwood, Horrocks, Howatharra, Hulongine, Ikewa, Irwin, Isseka, Jennacubbine, Jibberding, Julimar, Jurien Bay, Kadathinni, Kalannie, Karakin, Karranadgin, Kondut, Konnongorring, Koojan, Koolanooka, Koomberkine, Lake Hinds, Lake Ninan, Lancelin, Latham, Ledge Point, Leeman, Lennard Brook, Lockier, Lower Chittering, Manmanning, Marchagee, Marne, Marrah, Maya, Merkanooka, Miamoon, Miling, Milo, Mimegarra, Mindarra, Mingenew, Minnivale, Mocardy, Mogumber, Mooliabeenee, Moondah, Moondyne, Moora, Mooriary, Morangup, Morawa, Mt Adams, Mt Budd, Mt Erin, Mt Horner, Muchea, Muckenburra, Mullewa, Mumberkine, Nabawa, Namban, Nambung, Nangetty, Nanson, Naraling, Narra Tarra, Neergabby, New Norcia, Nilgen, Nolba, North Eradu, Northampton, Nugadong, Nunierra, Nunile, Oakajee, Ogilvie, Old Plains, Orange Springs, Perenjori, Petrudor, Piawaning, Pindar, Pintharuka, Pithara, Port Denison, Red Gully, Regans Ford, Rockwell, Rossmore, Rothsay, Sandy Gully, Seabird, South Yuna, Springfield, Tardun, Tenindewa, Three Springs, Toodyay, Ucarty, Ucarty West, Waddington, Waddy Forest, Waggrakine, Walebing, Walyormouring, Wandana, Wanerie, Wannamal, Warradarge, Watheroo, Wattening, Wedge Island, West Ballidu, West Binnu, West Casuarinas, West Toodyay, White Peak, Wilbinga, Womarden, Wongamine, Wongan Hills, Wongoondy, Woodridge, Wubin, Wyening, Xantippe, Yallabatharra, Yandanooka, Yarawindah, Yardarino, Yarragadee, Yathroo, Yerecoin, Yetna and Yuna.
Enrolment - 26,014 (11 February 2021)
Area - 77,632 km
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The Parliament of Western Australia is honoured to be situated on the ancestral lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people. The Parliament acknowledges the First Australians as the traditional owners of the lands we represent and pays respects to their Elders both past and present.