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Global Support On Board

December 24th, 2010

Ben Jones reports the following in this week’s Broome Advertiser (23 December, 2010) – what amazing international support to have, and it’s growing all the time. Global Gas Hub Worry   Environmental groups from around the world have thrown their support behind Kimberley groups fighting the proposed LNG precinct at James Price Point with a […]

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Local Action, Global significance – what is happening in the Kimberley?

December 5th, 2010

Local Heroes A dedicated group of local community members are standing up for what is right and preventing multi-national companies from undertaking drilling and establishing a ‘beach head’ on the culturally significant, scenic and environmentally sensitive Kimberly coast. This group of normal community members are doing extraordinary things. These everyday heroes are working in moral […]

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Perth Rally to Protect the Kimberley – Save The Kimberley

November 4th, 2010

Protect the Kimberley- Community Rally! Save The Kimberley supported The Wilderness Society and the Protect the Kimberley alliance in organising a rally in the heart of WA Premier Colin Barnett’s electorate of Cottesloe. The rally was held November 28th, 2010 @ 11am at the Cottesloe Civic Centre, Main Lawns. Indigenous Custodian and Save The Kimberley […]

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What is going on at James Price Point?

October 25th, 2010

Save The Kimberley has been paying attention to what is happening on the ground and offshore from James Price Point and we are not pleased with what we see. The proposed major gas and industrial hub proposed for James Price point is now referred to by the state government as the ‘Browse LNG Precinct’  in […]

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Marine and National Park announcements in the Kimberley

October 24th, 2010

The WA Premier Colin Barnett announced Friday the 22nd October proposals for marine parks in the North Kimberley, Camden Sound, Roebuck Bay and 80 mile beach, and a change in tenure for the Regent River nature reserve. Conservation groups have slammed the proposals as ‘claytons parks’ offering little real protection and as ‘greenwashing’ and a […]