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Labor declares it will expand the Wild Rivers

anna blighQueensland's Labor Party would legislate to protect 21 river systems under the Wild Rivers legislation if re-elected, Premier, Anna Bligh said.

Ms Bligh announced the plan while on the campaign trail in the far north of Queensland last week for the March 24 State election.

She said Labor would push ahead with plans to declare for protection eight additional Cape York river basins, including the Coleman...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 09:25

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Tent Embassy tug-o-war

nyoongar tent_embassy_women_and_policeThe tug of war of confrontation between police and Tent Embassy supporters continues in Perth with police carrying out a further two raids on the Embassy to tear down tents and move cars. However, the Tent Embassy supporters have maintained their presence on Heirisson Island and declared they will not leave.

60 police officers marched into Nyoongar...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 09:24

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