Oakajee public spend may change

The head of the Department of State Development today said the $678 million in state and federal funds committed to the $4 billion Oakajee deepwater port project could change.


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Why is $678M not being spent on our decrepit roads and other infrastructure for the benefit of all West Australians? I am sick of funding private sector facilities to the exclusion of public infrastructure. 50 years of experience of the so called "booms" in this State has shown that we (the taxpayers) pay for the infrastructure, Canberra gets the royalties and we are stuck indefinitely with some of the worst roads on this planet, eg Great Northern "Highway"!

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