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Canberra Times
WA's housing market 'close to bottoming out': HIA figures appeared to be stabilising in 2016/17, but had begun a descent again in
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
figures appeared to be stabilising in 2016/17, but had begun a descent again in the past six months. Shadow Treasurer Dean Nalder said the statistics showed housing construction approvals had plummeted under the McGowan government. "The... Read more
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WA Today
WA's housing market 'close to bottoming out': HIAfigures appeared to be stabilising in 2016/17, but had begun a descent again in
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
figures appeared to be stabilising in 2016/17, but had begun a descent again in the past six months. Shadow Treasurer Dean Nalder said the statistics showed housing construction approvals had plummeted under the McGowan government. "The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
WA's housing market 'close to bottoming out': HIA figures appeared to be stabilising in 2016/17, but had begun a descent again in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
figures appeared to be stabilising in 2016/17, but had begun a descent again in the past six months. Shadow Treasurer Dean Nalder said the statistics showed housing construction approvals had plummeted under the McGowan government. "The... Read more
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The Age
WA's housing market 'close to bottoming out': HIA figures appeared to be stabilising in 2016/17, but had begun a descent again in
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
figures appeared to be stabilising in 2016/17, but had begun a descent again in the past six months. Shadow Treasurer Dean Nalder said the statistics showed housing construction approvals had plummeted under the McGowan government. "The... Read more
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17d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Scandal, financial pain and by-elections — welcome to WA politics in 2018do not share that view and many believe a leadership change is inevitable, with
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
do not share that view and many believe a leadership change is inevitable, with Sean L'Estrange a probable frontrunner. Dean Nalder and Liza Harvey are also contenders. At this stage, a spill does not appear to be on the immediate horizon and... Read more
27d
Geelong Advertiser
WA budget deficit blows out to $2.6bam happy with these figures, we are now starting to see the ship turn slowly,"
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 27 days ago
am happy with these figures, we are now starting to see the ship turn slowly," Mr Wyatt told reporters. Shadow Treasurer Dean Nalder said the government was not doing anything to make meaningful inroads into debt and interest expenses and was... Read more
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28d
The Courier Mail
WA govt reveals 410 public job cutshad lied in opposition, promising public servants not to "slash and burn" the s
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
had lied in opposition, promising public servants not to "slash and burn" the sector, she said. Liberal Shadow Treasurer Dean Nalder said whatever savings the government was making were cancelled out by massive, unnecessary spending including on... Read more
28d
The Courier Mail
Backlash over WA govt plans to shut school(SIDE). He said his government would ensure it was "as good as or better than,
The Courier Mail / Posted 28 days ago
(SIDE). He said his government would ensure it was "as good as or better than," their current educator. Shadow treasurer Dean Nalder said the government should revisit its decision as it prepares to hand down its mid-year budget review on... Read more
28d
News.com.au
Backlash over WA gov plans to shut schoolthe School of the Air. The move is part of a series of education cuts worth $64
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
the School of the Air. The move is part of a series of education cuts worth $64 million over four years. Shadow treasurer Dean Nalder said the government should revisit its decision as it prepares to hand down its mid-year budget review on... Read more
29d
WA Today
Power bill pain coming for West Australians while others enjoy savingsweek's mid-year review. But the government would have to look at electricity i
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
week's mid-year review. But the government would have to look at electricity in the next budget. Opposition spokesman Dean Nalder said more competition needed to be introduced into the market and this would see competition on prices. The... Read more
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