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Western Australia Minister for Regional Development Brendon Grylls

Minister Begins Push to Improve Buy-Local Culture

Victor P Taffa

Regional Development Minister Brendon Grylls announced today in Kalgoorlie-Boulder his intention to investigate new ways to promote a greater buy-local culture across regional Western Australia where an estimated $4 Billion would be invested in new projects and programs over four years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Grylls has invited Kalgoorlie MLA John Bowler to chair a Regional Buy-Local working group to make regional communities aware of existing programs and mechanisms that promote buy-local policies and to explore new ideas.

John Bowler Kalgoorlie MLA

John Bowler Kalgoorlie MLA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

North West MLA Vince Catania, Albany MLA Peter Watson and Geraldton MLA Ian Blayney has been invited to join the group, ensuring strong State-wide Regional Representation.

Vince Catania North West MLA

Vince Catania North West MLA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“While there are certain national and international competition rules that may mitigate against local buying, I am keen to find ways to ensure that local business and industry can benefit from Royalties for Regions investment wherever possible.” the Minister said.

Ian Blayney Geraldton MLA

Ian Blayney Geraldton MLA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Grylls intended to explore with his ministerial colleagues the potential for a specific, regionally-focused promotion and education program funded through Royalties for Regions and said that he would like the Regional Development Council, comprising chairs of the State’s nine Regional Development Commissions, to become involved.

Peter Watson Albany MLA

Peter Watson Albany MLA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The State Government’s Royalties for Regions program is a significant source of new funding for regional WA and there may be avenues to incorporate, where appropriate, a greater buy-local thrust into our grants schemes and capital works projects.” Mr. Grylls said.

The working group would report to the Minister by October 31.

During the publication of this article an attempt was made to log onto the Parliament of Western Australia website as this article makes mention of Members of Premier Barnett’s Backbench.

The Western Australia website link was broken and as with anything that Editor Victor P Taffa does there is always a ‘coincidence’ of events. The website www.isput.com.au experienced similar problems two days ago and two days before that Victor P  Taffa’s Mother could not log onto www.southernthunderer.com.au

Who is behind these coincidences? Some people in the NSW Labor Party have a bigoted, racist hatred of Victor P Taffa and at every turn make life unbearable.

This extended to driving a taxi, then pressuring others to ensure that this is not possible to trying to earn an Independent income to wanting to see Australia not become simply a One Party State.

Only those people in the NSW Labor Party applied enough pressure that ensured Editor Victor P Taffa was placed in a Psychiatric Hospital in 2003 and 2010.

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