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Battle looms over Kimberley development

September 30th, 2009

Paddy Manning SMH August 29, 2009 WESTERN Australia’s pristine Kimberley Coast is under huge development pressure, and it’s not just the big liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing facility proposed for James Price Point, 60 kilometres north of Broome.

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Barnett, Take Note of the Remarkable

May 10th, 2009

For Colin Barnett to announce that James Price Point is an unremarkable part of the Kimberley coast is insulting to the place and to all those who love it. James Price Point has been a haven to me for 20 years. It is a place of great beauty and tranquility. When Colin Barnett set foot […]

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Minister's report vindicates STK position

May 8th, 2009

The following report, released today, vindicates the position of Save The Kimberley, underlining the long term benefits to the nation – including jobs and revenue – when we conserve regions of outstanding national and global significance. Save The Kimberley calls for World Heritage status for the Kimberley, not turning large areas of this magnificent region […]

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Broome Environmental Law Workshop

May 6th, 2009

Solicitors from the Environmental Defender’s Office of WA are coming to Broome on 16 May to deliver a free environmental law workshop and advice clinic. Topics covered at the workshop will include: environmental assessment processes under Commonwealth and State law mining and petroleum law threatened species law and protected areas law.

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Law Boss says "No Deal"

May 2nd, 2009

If you listen to WA Premier Barnett and those sections of the media which are cheering his proposals on, you might think that the recent signing on James Price Point had any real substance or was the end of the matter. “Not so” says Joseph Roe: Traditional Owner and Custodian for the protection of the […]