Broome Families say NOMarch 6th, 2012
Created by Broome filmmakers, this short film gets to the heart of local concerns about the proposed gas plant near Broome. Locals beg decision makers to consider the social, environmental and cultural effects the precinct would have on the richly historical and multi-ethnic town of Broome.
Browse land grab ‘unlawful’March 6th, 2012
Western Australia’s largest proposed resource development, the $30 billion Browse liquefied natural gas development off north-western Australia, has been dealt a blow after the WA Supreme Court determined that state government actions to secure land for a proposed gas hub at James Price Point were unlawful.
Media Stories and links for December 2011December 5th, 2011
From a landmark Supreme Court case outcome to financial and economic woes slowing down investment decisions, December was a newsworthy month for those interested in the proposed Browse gas hub. Woodside gas plant doubts Peter Ker, Rania Spooner, December 20, 2011 Sydney Morning Herald HOPES that Woodside Petroleum will abandon plans to build […]
Dynamic Melbourne Team Joins STKNovember 11th, 2011
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 […]