Regional Development Commissions Act 1993

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The Regional Development Commissions Act 1993 is legislation passed by the Parliament of Western Australia:[1]

to establish regional development commissions, to coordinate and promote the development of regions and to establish a regional development council.

The Act falls under the control of the Minister for Local Government and Regional Development and provides for the establishment of nine commissions:

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  1. ^ "Regional Development Commissions Act 1993". State Law Publisher, Government of Western Australia. Retrieved 6 November 2013. 
  2. ^ Gascoyne
  3. ^ Goldfields-Esperance
  4. ^ Great Southern
  5. ^ Kimberley
  6. ^ Mid West
  7. ^ Peel
  8. ^ Pilbara
  9. ^ South West
  10. ^ Wheatbelt

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