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Royalties raise WA's interim surplus

The state government has lodged a $1.1 billion interim operating surplus, buoyed by a $964 million rise in mining royalties.

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Thornlie
Great way to show the Federal govt that they can save money vs the free spending Labor Govt. Sadly at WHOSE expense? it is at us ,the poor working class of Perth. the regional people are well looked after by the Nationals while us Perth-its are paying through our noses for the abnormally high costs of living in terms of basic food (apart from milk), water, electricity and fuel. Mr Barnett , wake up , you are killing off the tax paying people who are working to their bones to make you look good. It is selfish and very irresponsible. The balance of power has shifted to the very rich and people who choose to live of the welfare of us tax payers. The economy is running 2 speed, interest rates will rise and again WE will be penalized. Take the money and HALT all price increases on utilities and basic needs.

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