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ENG: Colin James Barnett (born 15 July 1950) is an Australian politician who is the 29th and current Premier of Western Australia in his role as leader of the Western Australian Division of the Liberal Party of Australia. He had previously served as the state's Leader of the Opposition and Treasurer, as well as holding various other portfolios in Western Australia's Cabinet. Early life Barnett was born in Nedlands, a suburb of Perth, the capital of Western Australia, and graduated from the University of Western Australia with an economics degree. Having lectured in economics at the Western Australian Institute of Technology and served as an executive director of the Western Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, he was elected to the Western Australian Legislative Assembly for ...
for31against   In my opinion Colin Barnett is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for4against   Don't close Riverside Drive your ignorant little politician!!, jack48
for33against   I do not agree. Colin Barnett is bad choice. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), negative
for5against   Premier Barnett has failed to acknowledge public opinion with regard to the Perth Foreshore development plan which is badly flawed. Col, Levison
for4against   Lets get back to the drawing board,your arrogant attitude on the foreshore development is beyond belief., marilyn
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Colin Barnett denies moving minister over bushfire

WESTERN Australia's devastating bushfires have claimed part of the political scalp of Emergency Services Minister Rob Johnson, who will be replaced in the key portfolio by former Liberal leader Troy Buswell. Premier Colin Barnett insisted the move had nothing to do with criticism of Mr Johnson's performance, saying a fresh start was needed with a "proven" minister such as Mr Buswell. The minor reshuffle came as Mr Barnett announced that former federal police commissioner Mick Keelty would head an inquiry into the causes of the recent Margaret River bushfire, which destroyed 32 houses and ...

West deserts Labor for Colin Barnett

Disenchantment with Labor in Western Australia has reached a 14-year high. Just 30 per cent of voters want the party back in power - a result that could sound the death knell for Opposition Leader Eric Ripper. The latest Newspoll, conducted exclusively for The Australian from July to this month, shows Liberal Premier Colin Barnett is virtually cemented into power, while Labor is now as unpopular as it was in 1996 when Geoff Gallop took over from Jim McGinty, who stood aside after admitting he could not connect with voters. Primary support for the Liberals and Nationals - who have an ...

Euthanasia sanctions killing: Barnett

As debate begins on a bill that would legalise euthanasia in Western Australia, Premier Colin Barnett says society does not want government-sanctioned killing. Debate on the Voluntary Euthanasia Bill in the state's upper house began on Tuesday afternoon after both Mr Barnett and Opposition Leader Eric Ripper allowed a conscience vote on the issue. If passed by parliament, WA would be the first state in Australia to legalise euthanasia. The private members bill, introduced by Greens MP Robin Chapple, would allow any terminally-ill West Australian over the age of 21 and of "sound mind" ...

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Premier says $2m poll stunt was 'wrong' - Perth Now
Perth NowPremier says $2m poll stunt was 'wrong'Perth NowAt the time, Mr Barnett said the timing of the announcement was a “coincidence”. This week he said there was no “caretaker provision” for a by-election. “But, I do concede the point that such presentations should not be done during future by-elections ...and more »
Premier vows to build Roe 8 - The West Australian
The West AustralianPremier vows to build Roe 8The West AustralianColin Barnett has backed a group led by one of Australia's biggest contracting firms to build the first stage of the Perth Freight Link amid deepening protests against the project. The Premier yesterday announced a consortium headed by Leighton ...Perth Freight Link: Premier, Transport Minister heckled at Roe 8 extension ...ABC OnlineWA protesters crash Roe 8 announcement9news.com.auHeated protests as Roe 8 contractor locked inPerth NowBusiness Newsall 18 news articles »
Coffee with Colin: Vote now - Perth Now
Perth NowCoffee with Colin: Vote nowPerth NowSenior journalist Regina Titelius is sitting down over coffee with Premier Colin Barnett for our regular chat about current events impacting on WA and we'd like you, our readers, to tell us what we should ask him. Readers have their chance to vote on ...and more »
Colin Barnett backs Lisa Scaffidi as City of Perth boundaries bill appears doomed - ABC Online
ABC OnlineColin Barnett backs Lisa Scaffidi as City of Perth boundaries bill appears doomedABC OnlinePremier Colin Barnett has declared Lisa Scaffidi an effective Lord Mayor and says he hopes the newly-elected Perth Council just gets on with the job. Ms Scaffidi was elected as Perth Lord Mayor for a third term on the weekend, with the new council to ...Councils under microscope after Lisa Scaffidi travel scandal - The West AustralianThe West Australianall 5 news articles »

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