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ENG: Brendon John Grylls (born 5 June 1973) is an Australian politician and is currently the Member for Pilbara in the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, as well as the Leader of the National Party of Western Australia. Grylls has been the Minister for Regional Development and Minister for Lands in the Barnett Ministry since 23 September 2008. Grylls was born in Perth, Western Australia, and educated at Wesley College, Perth. His political career began in November 2001 when he contested and won a state by-election following the retirement of former Nationals leader Hendy Cowan to become the member for Merredin. Following a redistribution in 2008, Merredin was largely incorporated into the new Central Wheatbelt Electoral district. Grylls was the Shadow Minister for ...
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Brendon Grylls under fire over response to Pilbara ...


... housing crisis REGIONAL Development Minister Brendon Grylls was forced to defend the State Government's plans to address the housing affordability crisis in Port Hedland, after angry residents confronted him this morning. Mr Grylls, in Port Hedland to officially open the $23 million stage one South Hedland town centre revitalisation project, was told by locals that fellow residents were leaving in droves because of the massive costs associated with renting and buying property in the mining town. The Pilbara is one of the country’s most expensive property markets. Basic houses, ...


Grylls hits back at pork barrelling claims


Regional Development Minister Brendon Grylls has welcomed any investigation into the Opposition's claims he used Royalty for Regions funds to pork-barrel seats held by Nationals MPs. Launching the latest roll-out of Country Local Government Fund money today, Mr Grylls called it the most scrutinised program in the history of government and said the formula used to distribute funds was a fair one. Opposition regional development spokesman Mark McGowan this morning levelled rorting claims at Mr Grylls, saying money from the $95.5 million CLGF had been used to sweeten National Party ...


Brendon Grylls must explain dealings with Palmer


The WA Opposition is continuing its pursuit of the Regional Development Minister, Brendon Grylls, over his failure to release details of meetings with mining magnate Clive Palmer. Last month, Labor submitted a freedom of information request about the government's dealings over a mine owned by Mr Palmer who is the National Party's biggest donor. It says Mr Grylls handed over some documents but failed to disclose any details about six meetings he had with Mr Palmer during February 2009 and May 2010. Mr Grylls said in Parliament yesterday that he acted on advice from the State ...


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Nationals piper calls the tune - The West Australian
The West AustralianNationals piper calls the tuneThe West AustralianMia Davies and Martin Aldridge were both State director while under 30 before being elected to the Legislative Council in 2008 and 2013 respectively. And Brendon Grylls was 28 when he was elected to Parliament in 2001 and became leader four years later.
Grylls wants end to FIFO camps - The West Australian
The West AustralianGrylls wants end to FIFO campsThe West AustralianThe end of the mining construction boom should be the death knell for fly-in, fly-out work camps in WA's north, according to Pilbara MP and former Nationals leader Brendon Grylls. He nominated looming lease expirations for Woodside's Gap Ridge camp ...and more »
FIFO camps should become 'thing of the past', Brendon Grylls says - ABC Online
FIFO camps should become 'thing of the past', Brendon Grylls saysABC OnlineLarge-scale, fly-in fly-out (FIFO) mining camps should become a thing of the past as the State Government works to develop Pilbara towns into thriving populations centres, former WA Nationals leader Brendon Grylls says. Mr Grylls, the architect of the ...
Permanent dwellers take pride in quirks - The West Australian
The West AustralianPermanent dwellers take pride in quirksThe West AustralianIt is certainly a unique lifestyle up here in the Pilbara and that lifestyle quickly breeds some very unique traits in its residents. Pilbara MP Brendon Grylls said fishing and boats were always the hot topics of discussion. "Now, either I'm the world ...



 
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