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    $2.5b petrochemical push

    $2.5b petrochemical push

    22 Mar 2005 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The Department of Industry and Resources (DOIR) is about to make a concerted bid to propel Western Australia into becoming a significant new player in the international petrochemical industry. ...

    $40m fast-track fund for NT

    $40m fast-track fund for NT

    14 Jun 2005 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The State Government has allocated $40 million to help fast-track North West Native Title land claims in a bid to ensure the state’s resources boom doesn’t stall. ...

    'D' is for disastrous direction

    'D' is for disastrous direction

    13 Mar 2007 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Despair, despondency, dejection. Pick any of these ‘d’ words and it will describe the mood within the parliamentary wing of the state Liberal Party. The reason is obvious. ...

    2005 State Election- Gallop works hard on relaxed visage

    2005 State Election- Gallop works hard on relaxed visage

    01 Feb 2005 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The State Labor Party’s election campaign is heavily influenced by Prime Minister John Howard’s campaigning style. ...

    2005 State Election- Secrecy muddies water proposal

    2005 State Election- Secrecy muddies water proposal

    22 Feb 2005 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    The debate about the Liberals’ multi-billion dollar Kimberley aqueduct proposal should be democratically resolved by referendum, says Joe Poprzeczny, with voters – not politicians – deciding whether c ...

    2015 an outback opportunity

    2015 an outback opportunity

    16 Jul 2002 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    WESTERN Australia’s most famous pastoralist is ‘Kings in Grass Castles’ Paddy Durack, who drove his herd from near where Canberra stands to the Kimberley. ...

    A chance for democracy

    A chance for democracy

    05 Mar 2002 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    WESTERN Australia is moving towards ensuring it won’t find itself in a predicament similar to that which Prime Minister John Howard and hapless Governor-General, Dr Peter Hollingworth, have recently placed Australia. ...

    A changing political dynamic

    A changing political dynamic

    12 Mar 2008 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    With most in-the-know political pundits confident the next state election will be held this December, it’s time to begin considering some possible outcomes. ...

    A Crean team would break link to Greens

    A Crean team would break link to Greens

    01 Aug 2012 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Time’s running out for federal Labor to change course. ...

    A disaster on the Perth foreshore

    A disaster on the Perth foreshore

    21 May 2008 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Talk about trying to overfill an already overflowing ten-gallon bucket. ...

    A galling lack of subtlety

    A galling lack of subtlety

    22 Oct 2014 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Colin Barnett’s tough talk on iron ore has all the hallmarks of a government fearful of losing control of the narrative. ...

    A history of brutal converts

    A history of brutal converts

    15 Aug 2006 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    For State Scene, the biggest surprise about Islamic jihadism’s onslaughts upon the Western world is that so many people still find aspects of this conflict surprising. ...

    A leader for the times

    A leader for the times

    22 Apr 2013 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    There can be no doubting the breadth of Margaret Thatcher’s influence, even after her passing. ...

    A legacy of accountability and balance

    A legacy of accountability and balance

    29 Jan 2002 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    FORMER Labor deputy premier Mal Bryce’s CV is one most Liberal premiers or deputy premiers would envy. ...

    A liberal approach to national security

    A liberal approach to national security

    09 May 2012 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Some senior Liberals are a little too quick to fall in line behind business leaders advocating closer ties with China. ...

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