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Protest and Blockade at James Price Point, Kimberley WA, day 21 update

June 27th, 2011

Day 21 21 today! cause for celebration we think. Early on the blockade there was lots of action. A bulldozer caused consternation and was stopped but turned out to be not related to the clearing. Workers were stopped and the bus parked up the road.   The police visited and left again in record time. […]

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Protest and blockade, James Price Point, Days 19 and 20

June 25th, 2011

Days 19 and 20 Another weekend is on us and the protest blockade is going as strong as ever. New faces are appearing all the time from Broome, the Kimberley, interstate and overseas. Progress with the complaint to the Department of Indigenous affairs has been slow and steady with investigations ongoing. Woodside contractors are more […]

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Protest and blockade, James Price Point day 18

June 24th, 2011

Day 18 Yet another victory in turning back the Woodside contractors. But this we have done every day for 18 days now… so what is new?   Our new ‘catalyst for change’ prize giveaway – make a difference, save the Kimberley, and be in the running for Save The Kimberley exclusive great t-shirts, bandanas and […]

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Protest and blockade, manari road, James Price Point, update day 17

June 23rd, 2011

Day 17 23 June 2001 – As day 17 progresses No clearing has taken place. Clearing and drill workers this morning parked up and and a single car approached the protest camp today. The car was refused entry and later the bus also turned around, this has been a familiar pattern for some days now. […]

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James Price Point, Manari road protest update days 15 and 16

June 21st, 2011

Day 15 Well, it is over 2 weeks now and a committed and growing group of people, supported by their community have held Woodside, Shell, Chevron, BHP and the Barnett lead state government overlords at bay. What a remarkable achievement. Australia and the world is taking notice.   Yet again today a woodside contractor bus […]