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The dinosaur footprints of the Kimberley coast – a call to protect our heritage and stop the James Price Point gas hub.

May 16th, 2011

Resources and a call from respected scientist to protect the James Price Point and Dampier peninsula dinosaur tracks.   Resource 1: A Letter by Dr Steven Salisbury, University of Queensland Resource 2: Links to articles and further reading on the subject   1: Future of dinosaur tracks in the west Kimberley, Western Australia The coastline […]

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Indigenous people complain of ‘pressure’ in 60-40 support of gas hub, but the fight goes on.

May 10th, 2011

Traditional owners in Western Australia’s Kimberley region say they were forced to sign off on a multi-billion dollar gas hub, set to be built north of Broome. The Jabirr-Jabirr Goolarabooloo people last week voted in favour of the hub being located at James Point Price. There were 164 votes in favour, 108 against and five […]

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Maverick Businessman Amps up Fight for the Kimberley

May 10th, 2011

Broome business and community leaders recently gathered informally to hear from businessman Geoffery Cousins,  and Lachlan Douglas (son of the late Malcolm Douglas) with a welcome to country from Neilo McKenzie. Guests enjoyed a BBQ and drink under the stars, with conversation and free discussion following. Discussed by speakers and guests were: The fact that […]

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Public meeting in the Blue Mountains to help save the Kimberley

April 29th, 2011

FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO THE SEA – YOU CAN HELP PROTECT THE KIMBERLEY A very successful meeting in the Blue Mountains was recently held. SATURDAY 7 MAY 2011, 4 PM WENTWORTH FALLS SCHOOL OF ARTS – SPEAKERS: TARA CAMERON Blue Mountains Conservation Society MURRAY WILCOX QC Retired Judge & author of “The Case Against the […]

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STK and TWS Press Ministers in Canberra

April 14th, 2011

Representatives from the Wilderness Society, Save The Kimberley, and the Broome community recently went on a whirlwind trip to Canberra, meeting with numerous ministers and their staff. The following article from the Broome Advertiser followed-up their travels. Kimberley Case at Canberra by Amy Williams, 31 March, 2011 Save The Kimberley frontmen Neil McKenzie and Albert […]

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