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Saving Walmandan and saving the whales – more important than gas and money

joseph roe_teresa_roe_and_bob_brownby Gerry Georgatos, National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter

Woodside Board directors and executive managers and Woodside's former venture partner of Chevron in the $40 billion Browse Basin LNG development proposal on Walmandan country were angry at the compulsory acquisition threats by West Australian Premier, Colin Barnett, a source within Woodside...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:27

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Warped and myopic view towards Aborigines

NT intervention_image_womenby Ray Jackson, President of the Indigenous Social Justice Association

Without a doubt we Aborigines and other people of good and sound minds must see the possible return of this person of such a warped and myopic view towards Aborigines to the federal parliament with much fear and trepidation. Even Tony Abbott is loath to have him return but for reasons different to any...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:25

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