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ENG: Colin James Holt (born 31 August 1963) is an Australian politician. Born in Goomalling, Western Australia, he was a community development consultant before entering politics. He holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in zoology. In 2008, Holt was elected to the Western Australian Legislative Council as a National Party member, representing South West Region. His term commenced on 22 May 2009. source September 22, 2010 updated: 2013-07-26
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WA Nationals open to carbon price

Their federal cousins may not like it, but the West Australian National Party has kept open the possibility it might support a market-based price on carbon. The branch held its annual conference at the weekend in Carnarvon and it has decided to seek more information before it decides whether to support a carbon price or not. The federal National Party is opposed to the Government's plan to put a price on carbon emissions. Nationals state president Colin Holt told AM the issue has been put on the agenda for the next conference and the party's state council will consider it in the ...

Nationals concerned about future of royalties

The WA Nationals say the Royalties for Regions program will be at risk if they do not secure the balance of power again at the next state election. The Nationals say they have been given no guarantees from the Liberals that the lucrative program will continue after the next election. Party president Colin Holt believes it could be at risk if the Nationals do not secure the balance of power in 2013. Rebecca Carmody Photo: The Nationals leader Brendon Grylls negotiated the royalties deal with the Premier Colin Barnett (ABC) Read more: ABC News (December 05, 2011)

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