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The future of the Roe 8 project hinges on the outcome of the March state election. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Infrastructure inertia has long-term cost

OPINION: Political considerations and the lack of a bipartisan approach to infrastructure development will hamper WA in the years ahead. 

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Perth
No bias in this article...no mention of Dickie Court or Colin Barnett...could it be possible that both parties have let the people of Western Australia down through short term electoral greed rather than strategic vision? And yet we keep voting them in..

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