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SLOWDOWN: Sue Pember says fewer people are moving to WA. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Fewer choosing to move to WA

The slowing of Western Australia’s population growth as forecast in this year’s state budget appears to be well under way, particularly in response to the tapering off of resources construction activity. 

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Perth
It's not just the tapering in the resource industry. The shambolic decision to impose a tax on the children of 457 visa holders to go to school, when the money isn't even been used for education but for Colin Barnett's follies, is another major reason.

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