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End of the boom? Barnett says a slowdown isn't bad

Debate has continued apace regarding the health of the mining industry, with federal cabinet ministers voicing contradicting views, the federal opposition saying project investment cuts are a sign of things to come, and Premier Colin Barnett claiming a slow-down might not be so bad after all.

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Tony Abbot the rabbit, the resource tax relates to coal and iron ore and Olympic dam has neither of these elements. Sadly for Australia Tony, you will most likely fall over the line and become the 28th prime minister of Australia. If you could take the time to inform yourself with some of the finer details of what is going on in this country the unfortunate electorate might feel slightly more optimistic with what we have to look forward over the next 4 years. It is embarrassing to look at what 111 years of politics has to offer us.

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