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Wong-goo-tt-oo Elders launch global campaign

UNESCOby Gerry Georgatos, West Ausralian reporter for National Indigenous Times

Wilfred Hicks is a Traditional Owner of Western Australia's world famous Murujuga rock art, and with the onerous responsibility for the millions of petroglyphs that are the rich litany of the region, the Wong-goo-tt-oo Elder is fighting to save them for his peoples and their descendants as those before them preserved them for a thousand...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 09:15

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Mining activity is destroying our community

anti gas_hub_protest_waBy National Indigenous Times columnist Ian Perdrisat

Walmadany-James Price Point, Broome WA

 

Re: Rationale for Australian Government to stop the development of a LNG Hub on the Kimberley coast and other destructive developments that would cause extensive environmental damage in their own right but will also establish new industry and mining precincts in fragile...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 09:13

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