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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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Brown addresses the House on Year Seven Transition
Member for the Agricultural Region, Hon Paul Brown MLC recently addressed the Legislative Chamber on the transition of Year Seven students into high school. The transition of year seven students into high school is a topical issue for regional families whom in some cases will need to send their children away to boarding school a year earlier. "This is a very emotive issue for parents. I support the transition, fearing that education in WA will become a two tiered system with regional students falling behind their city counterparts if the push to exempt regional students goes ahead,” Mr Brown said.  He also highlighted the introduction of the national curriculum as the catalyst for Western Australia to move year seven into high school to ensure that they receive access to the specialist teachers that are required to prepare children for higher learning throughout their high school years and into tertiary education. Mr Brown spoke of the large investment that
Nominate a Community Member for the WA Education Awards
Mia Davies MLA, Member for Central Wheatbelt is encouraging community members to nominate an inspirational teacher for the 2013 WA Education Awards. The awards celebrate schools and staff who have achieved outstanding results in education throughout the year. “Children, parents and community members have the chance to nominate a teacher who has made a difference to their life,” Ms Davies said. “It’s a great opportunity to thank individuals and schools for their dedication to the education and development of our youth.” The categories for the 2013 WA Education Awards include: WA Premier's Early Childhood Teacher of the Year WA Premier's Primary Teacher of the Year WA Premier's Secondary Teacher of the Year WA Secondary Principal of the Year WA Beginning Teacher of the Year WA School Support Staff Member of the Year WA Primary School of the Year WA Secondary School of the Year. Ms Davies said “The Cent
Crime Prevention Grants for Community Groups
Member for Central Wheatbelt, Mia Davies MLA, has welcomed the announcement that projects in the Shires of Dowerin, Northam, York and Bruce Rock will receive funding in the latest round of crime prevention grants. Ms Davies said the funding was part of the Government’s strong commitment to implementing crime prevention initiatives in Central Wheatbelt. “Each of the Shires will receive funding to install CCTV systems to reduce antisocial behaviour at identified hotspots,” Ms Davies said. “The projects will improve safety and security for all community members and visitors to the area.” The Eyes in the Sky in Dowerin project will receive $24,310 for the installation of CCTV at the new Dowerin Community Club Recreation Facility. The Shires of Northam and York will both receive $25,000 for the installation of CCTV cameras that will allow police to monitor activities throughout the Northam CBD, Avon Park and Avon Terrace. In Bruce Rock $9,000 will be



 
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