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    Policy debate to heat up in 2011

    Policy debate to heat up in 2011

    16 Dec 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Labor’s hoping to open a few cracks in the government’s defences and zero in on problem areas for the premier and his team. ...

    Conservatives to pressure COAG

    Conservatives to pressure COAG

    09 Dec 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Colin Barnett is still annoyed at his most recent COAG meeting experience, and will be hoping for a change in tone when the council next meets. ...

    NSW next stop on Liberal train

    NSW next stop on Liberal train

    02 Dec 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Colin Barnett may have some surprise fellow travellers at the next COAG meeting. ...

    Forget polls, Libs need new schtick

    Forget polls, Libs need new schtick

    25 Nov 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    It’s not Colin Barnett’s style to let an opinion poll alter his course, especially when it involves his path to victory at the next state election. ...

    Libs searching for a new strategy

    Libs searching for a new strategy

    18 Nov 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    The fragile nature of the Liberal-National alliance has been exposed by the contentious stop and search legislation. ...

    Buswell back before Christmas?

    Buswell back before Christmas?

    11 Nov 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Troy Buswell’s likely return to state cabinet will require someone to stand aside. But who? ...

    Straight talk from state Labor

    Straight talk from state Labor

    04 Nov 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Misplaced loyalty can prove costly in politics, and it seems state Labor has finally woken up to the fact when it comes to relations with the federal government. ...

    Reality exposes political overreach

    Reality exposes political overreach

    28 Oct 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Being seen to be tough on crime was an assured vote winner in the past, but recent setbacks to the government’s stop and search powers have shifted the debate. ...

    Pay claims process needs overhaul

    Pay claims process needs overhaul

    21 Oct 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    The piecemeal wage and salary fixing mechanism for public sector workers is a political issue that won’t go away, as inaction by both sides of politics demonstrates. ...

    Pressure on over population push

    Pressure on over population push

    14 Oct 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Post-election indications that Julia Gillard is prepared to look at population needs on a state-by-state basis are good news for WA, where skilled workers are needed. ...

    Better numbers a mixed blessing

    Better numbers a mixed blessing

    07 Oct 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Colin Barnett has a job on his hands to balance public expectations with the realities of a growing economy, particularly with regard to household prices. ...

    Barnett on top at half-way mark

    Barnett on top at half-way mark

    30 Sep 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    Despite major hikes to household expenses, Colin Barnett’s first two years as premier of WA have put the government in a secure position. ...

    Who is the real winner here?

    Who is the real winner here?

    23 Sep 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    The once-cosy relationship between the state and federal political leaders requires a delicate balancing act in the wake of a new Labor government. ...

    Pressure point for Labor ministers

    Pressure point for Labor ministers

    16 Sep 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    The WA ministers in Julia Gillard’s new government will have their hands full juggling the competing interests of their state and federal responsibilities. ...

    Colin Barnett’s defining moment

    Colin Barnett’s defining moment

    09 Sep 2010 by Peter Kennedy

    As the premier prepares for the 2013 state election, he needs to strike a delicate balance to avoid ongoing hostilities surrounding James Price Point and state spending. ...

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