City of Canning Inquiry: Hearings to be held openly

Mr Christopher Kendall, the barrister retained to conduct the Inquiry into the City of Canning, has determined hearings will be conducted openly from June. Inquiry Panel – City of Canning : Public Hearings In what looks to be a very long due process, the first hearing will be held in Council Chambers, City of Canning, thereafter […]

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Will Canning produce a second Minister in Mike Nahan?

Mr Nahan stated this week he seeks to be a Senior Minister in Premier Barnett’s new cabinet. It begs the question, “What do we really know about the Member for Riverton?” Mr Nahan was an agitating factor behind the suspension of Canning Council, and its now escalating costs to ratepayers. Just now:  Fmr Minister for Local […]

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Greens slam Labor decision to close RRRC

“My constituents have supported this Centre from day one as a sensible, sustainable waste solution. The processing problems are not insurmountable. We clearly don’t want the RRRC replaced by landfill or incineration,” stated Ms MacLaren. Mr Chapple went on to say, “This is blatant and dirty electioneering and is based on scant solid evidence. Frankly, […]

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Labor will close the RRRC

According to Environment Minister Bill Marmion, in an announcement so new there’s nothing online about it as I write this, Opposition Leader Mark McGowan has pledged to close the Regional Resource Recovery Centre. Interestingly, as Minister Marmion rushed to condemn what he says is a new policy for Labor, his media release appears to reveal […]

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Regional Resource Recovery Centre will miss deadline

The Liberal member for Riverton, Dr Mike Nahan, reveals on 6PR the Southern Metropolitan Regional Council’s Regional Resource Recovery Centre will miss the deadline of December 15 to rectify odor issues. Will this finally see the Centre shut down, especially as viable alternatives are available which will assist affected councils clear their liabilities?

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