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The 2016 Cen­sus of Pop­u­la­tion and Hous­ing has been a big topic. It showed that while the Pil­bara pop­u­la­tion had de­creased since 2011, more fam­i­lies were call­ing our re­gion home.

There’s ac­tu­ally lots of fam­i­lies mov­ing to Kar­ratha at the mo­ment. Gina Leckie

Per­fect weather, beau­ti­ful place to live. Geisha L Sei­mons

Great place to work and live. Stu­art Noakes

No one could live there dur­ing the boom as a lot of houses were taken by FIFO workers who, de­spite liv­ing in town four-in-five weeks, still classed some­where else as their place of res­i­dence. Adam Dou­gal Ed­wards

Wait till Wheat­stone is fin­ished then see the crash. Stephen Mac­neall

A lot of the pop­u­la­tion has been shifted from towns up and down the coast just to fill the voids. Michele Hay­mans

The City of Kar­ratha has been suc­cess­ful in its bid to pur­chase the Quar­ter and plans to use the rev­enue to off­set rates rises in the fu­ture.

Maybe now they will put public toi­lets and an emer­gency exit on the sec­ond floor where all the Gov­ern­ment agen­cies are now — strange that it was ap­proved with­out them. Cather­ine Palmer

Good, hope­fully the City will put some clever, in­no­va­tive plan­ning and strate­gies into this new in­vest­ment to ac­ti­vate the space and en­cour­age new busi­nesses to the precinct. Camille Sara Bar­ton

The city should stick to core busi­ness. In­ter­est rates are so low be­cause as­set val­ues are fall­ing. Matt Korten

That hap­pened quickly! So rates are be­ing re­duced then? Dani Hage

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