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Murujuga National Park at long last

wilfred hicksThe West Australian Government has approved the creation of the Murujuga National Park on the Burrup Peninsula, near Karratha, however with a caveat.

Local Elder, Wilfred Hicks is pleased with the government's decision, however much of the surrounds he said also need to be preserved similar to petroglyphs, rock art and other historical sites.

"World Heritage listing needs to be the final outcome...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 12:55

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Blacka Wear has big dreams

warwick gosamBudding entrepreneurs Warwick Gosam and Maxine Cook are just starting out in their small business Blacka Wear and hope to build on it once they become well known.

Blacka Wear Indigenous Products include shoes with the Aboriginal flag and the Torres Strait Islander flag, for which they have permission to use.

"We went through a long process and went through the right channels," said Warwick...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 12:54

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