Kalamunda Zig-Zag

Last night I addressed the Parliament regarding the proposed Zig-Zag rail development for Kalamunda to open up a much needed tourist attraction and jobs initiative for the area. Below is my statement: HON CHARLES SMITH (East Metropolitan) [10.03 pm]: I have the tourism project Hon Robin Scott is looking for. Read more…

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Zig-Zag Railway

Today I met with retired engineers John Edmunds and Peter Bolden to discuss the reinvigoration of the old Zig Zag Railway in Kalamunda. There’s a massive economic opportunity to turn the old railway into a thriving tourist precinct, with benefits extending to local businesses. The project is a win win Read more…

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Charles Smith Resigns from One Nation

On Tuesday night I resigned from One Nation. I did not make the decision lightly. Below is a video where I provide a further explanation to what influenced by decision.

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Two wrongs don’t make a right!

Originally published by Tshung Chang Labor and Liberals have willingly taken up around $2.7Million in political donations from businessman Xiangmo HUANG and his companies. He was recently denied Australian citizenship on “character” grounds. Both major parties have started engaging in a battle of who has dirtier hands so much so Read more…

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Submission with regard to the review of the local government Act 1995

I welcome a review of the Local Government Act. Over the last twenty-four years since the 1975 Act, there have been many amendments and with the onset of the digital world there is I believe now a requirement for the community to hold inclusive views and be directly involved in Read more…

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