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Royalties for regions bill passed

The state government's royalties for regions bill has been passed in parliament, providing a legislative base for the program to continue operating.

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west perth
Typical, us city folk give to the country people but they (as in Mr Grylls and party) won't give back to the city folk i.e. extended trading hours.

Carine
Hang Five Jamie Byrde. Where do you think the development moneys came from, for Labor's Mandurah railway, to mention just one? When will the City sl.....s realise, that without our farmers, miners, country merchants, etc. where the money for these devellopments is 'growen', Perth would be? And than, it is only 25% of that money! All you can think about is extended trading hours. What about family life. There is only a certain amount of money to go around and how about doing some forward thinking and planning, within existing shopping hours, when it comes to spending that money?

Bickley, Western Australia
Excellent news! The regions finally get the recognition and support they deserve.

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