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Posted in chamber of commerce, election, fremantle, western australia by freoview on October 15, 2016

The Fremantle Chamber of Commerce will be holding a State of the State Lunch on October 21 at the Esplanade Hotel with Labor leader Mark McGowan.

Before Western Australia heads into election mode, this is your opportunity to hear directly from Hon Mark McGowan MLA, Leader of the Opposition on what plans a WA Labor State Government has for the Fremantle region. As a major hub for Western Australia’s trade, tourism, engineering and marine industries, the policies of any future State Government will have a major impact on the economic viability of the region.

This lunch will include a 2 course meal and beverages.

Time: 11.45am registration for a 12pm start – concludes at 2:00pm

RSVP by Tuesday, 18 October.

Register Now
21 October 2016
From 11:45 AM through 2:00 PM
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle – by Rydges
Indian Ocean Suite

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  1. Murray Slavin said, on October 15, 2016 at 12:29 pm

    The constant erosion of environment cannot be evaluated in dollars to meet short political cycles
    . I simply can’t believe we roll over this easily. No wonder there is such almost universal disgust at the western political system – I think of them as democratic dictatorships. This is how the likes of Trump, Brexit, etc., find universal popularity – they claim to be of the populace railing against the system that they see is failing them and their expectations

  2. freoview said, on October 15, 2016 at 10:29 am

    It would probably be a very costly exercise for Labor to tear up the contracts if they win the election, that would cost the State millions of dollars.


  3. Murray Slavin said, on October 15, 2016 at 7:22 am

    An interesting question for Labor is whether they will commit to tearing up the contracts for Roe 8 if elected. My suspicion is that Barnet is right in that they will stay with it if elected next year. From what I’m hearing, many would like to see a commitment made now by the Opposition.

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