Woodside announced to ASX that the proposed $45 billion Browse LNG development at James Price Point doesn’t make commercial sense.
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Watch Senator Scott Ludlam’s impassioned speech here: “Together we’re fighting for James Price Point”
The WA State government’s recent approval to damage sacred burial sites incenses Broome and the wider community, as the destruction would precede final approvals and a final investment decision.
Trevor PaddenburgFrom: The Sunday TimesJanuary 20, 2013 12:08AM AN army of thousands will join a blockade at James Price Point as protesters yesterday warned that the campaign to stop the $40 billion Kimberley gas hub would be the biggest since saving old-growth forests. Local Broome Resident and anti gas hub campaigner Shaun Clark […]
TIM CLARKE From: AAP January 15, 2013 5:54PM WA Premier Colin Barnett at James Price Point, north of Broome, where Woodside has been given permission to disturb Aboriginal sacred sites. Source: The Australian THE West Australian government has sparked immediate protests after granting resources giant Woodside the right to disturb Aboriginal […]
| Traditional owners are again trying to block the Woodside Project | by Graham Lloyd The Australian, 19th November, 2012 FRESH legal action has been launched to stop Woodside’s $35 billion gas hub project at James Price Point, near Broome, which has divided Aboriginal and community groups in Western Australia’s far north. […]
2011 saw a number of milestones within the Kimberley campaign, from the controversial Kimberley Land Council vote to the formation of the Manari Rd blockade and the quite contentious West Kimberley Heritage Listing. These events sparked a nation-wide reaction amongst the community, politicians and environmental and human rights groups. Save The Kimberley has always been […]
Save The Kimberley T-shirt design competition competition runs from 09 November at 20:30 – 13 December at 23:30 The time has come for Save The Kimberley to conjure up a new design for our wonderful t-shirts! We will be hosting a competition to create this new design. This competition is open to the public […]
Day 17 23 June 2001 – As day 17 progresses No clearing has taken place. Clearing and drill workers this morning parked up and and a single car approached the protest camp today. The car was refused entry and later the bus also turned around, this has been a familiar pattern for some days now. […]
Day 14 As the sun rose on day 14 the scene at camp was upbeat. The camp is super tidy, well organised and with proper sanitary facilities. 30 odd cars and at least twice as many people supported the blockade and camp over the course of the morning, with many delivering supplies and goodwill before […]