Article – Kimberley has say on northern Australia's future

5 May 2014
ABC News
Education, industry and native title groups from the Kimberley will today tell a parliamentary hearing what they see as the future of WA’s north.
The Joint Select Committee on Northern Australia is undertaking an inquiry into how the Top End can best be developed.
Taxation reform and infrastructure investment are among the issues being discussed.
The committee will today hold its first WA public hearing in Broome, taking evidence from the local port, airport, shire and tourism bodies and the Broome Chamber of Commerce.
It will then move on to Kununurra on Wednesday and Tom Price, Karratha and Port Hedland next week.
Courtesy of ABC News

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