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A new chapter begins in Sydney

April 27th, 2009

A new chapter in the growing struggle to keep the imposition of heavy industry across the Kimberley commenced on the weekend with the forming of the Sydney Chapter of Save The Kimberley. This begins the spanning of the continent and the start of the awareness group’s push into the large population centres on the east […]

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A Call to Arms

April 15th, 2009

Musician and activist Wil Thomas gives a testimony to the power of the recent Concert for Heritage in Broome. Click on (more…) button below to read his article in its entirety.

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Premier's plans "fatally flawed"

April 2nd, 2009

SAVE THE KIMBERLEY predicts huge national and international opposition to the “indecent haste” of the WA Premier, Colin Barnett’s development plans for Australia’s Kimberley. Describing the Premier’s determination to bring Browse Basin gas onshore as “fatally flawed on many fronts”, chairperson of Save the Kimberley, Peter Tucker, described today’s progress report on his discussions with […]

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Walmadany concert for heritage says it in song

March 30th, 2009

On Friday night 5,200 people gathered at Male Oval, Broome to hear from some of Australia’s most highly regarded musicians and the cream of local talent join together to say no to industrial development in the Kimberley.

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Kimberley LNG hub talks hit snag as Aboriginals walk out

March 23rd, 2009

Negotiations over the State Government’s plans for a liquefied natural gas processing hub to be built at James Price Point in the Kimberley have hit an 11th-hour snag after Aboriginal representatives walked out of a meeting. The West Australian understands representatives of the site’s traditional owners abandoned the meeting last week after talks reached a […]

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