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Barnett pushes on with Kimberley land grab

Premier Colin Barnett is pressing ahead with plans to acquire land at James Price Point for a gas processing precinct – without having a proponent lined up to build one.

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Busselton
The Barnett Government has got something seriously wrong with its priorities. They are spending god knows how much buying this land which may or may not be needed by someone in the future but increases to school funding and maintaining public sector service don't get a guernsey. Mind boggling. The everyday Western Australian is really copping from this autocracy...sorry 'government'.

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