Premier Colin Barnett will today make two key election commitments in Kalgoorlie-Boulder as the campaign trail continues to the March 9 election.
Security and secrecy surrounds Mr Barnett’s day-to-day scheduling and his exact announcements, though he is expected to be in Kalgoorlie-Boulder until this afternoon.
While Mr Barnett said he believed the Liberals had a good record in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, he admitted there were some issues for the city, including education, health and the standard of the Great Eastern Highway.
“They are some of the issues I will be talking about in the next couple of days,” he said.
It is also expected Mr Barnett will be quizzed on the future of the Goldfields Arts Centre which has faced uncertainty following Curtin University’s insistence on giving up ownership of the facility.
The Premier, along with Liberal candidates for Kalgoorlie and Eyre, Melissa Price and Dr Graham Jacobs and Mining and Pastoral candidate Mark Lewis, visited CPC Engineering in West Kalgoorlie yesterday.