Author Archives: Clare Chamberlain

01 Mar
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Status of World Heritage Listing – parliamentary question

Hon Robin Chapple is strongly continuing to push for World Heritage Listing for the Burrup. Here’s a recent Question without Notice and the Minister for Environment’s response (12 February 2019).

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01 Mar
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Murujuga’s engravings under threat from industrial fumes

Thank you to Frank McKone for this wonderful Letters to the editor, The Canberra Times, December 13, 2018 Murujuga’s engravings under threat from industrial fumes       

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01 Mar
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Understanding the rocks: rock art and the geology of Murujuga

We are proud to share Dr Mike Donaldson’s paper from Rock Art Research 2011 – Volume 28, Number 1, pp. 000-000 Understanding the rocks: rock art and the geology of Murujuga (Burrup ‘Peninsula’)

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01 Mar
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FARA AGM 2019

The 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Australian Rock Art Inc. (FARA) will be held on Saturday 13 April 2019, 1.30 pm at 41 Havelock St, West Perth. Our special Guest Speaker will be Melissa Parke. Please join ...

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18 Feb
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Murujuga Rock Art – DWER releases strategy

Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has released its Murujuga Rock Art Strategy. The Murujuga Rock Art Strategy is a monitoring, analysis and decision-making framework to protect the Aboriginal rock art located on Murujuga. ***FARA’s response to the strategy document*** ...

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18 Feb
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State Govt to put evidence behind industry impact on Burrup rock art

West Australian – Tom Zaunmayr Friday, 15 February 2019 Decades of bickering over the impact of heavy industry on Australia’s biggest rock art gallery could be put to bed, with the State Government set to turn up the focus on air ...

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18 Feb
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Burrup Rock Art Strategy lofty on principle, low on substance

FARA released a press release today responding to the state government’s Burrup Rock Art Strategy. Friends of Australian Rock Art (FARA) welcomes the Western Australian Government’s long awaited announcement of a strategy to address the protection of Murujuga’s ancient rock ...

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04 Feb
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Tim Winton on WA’s priceless heritage

View Tim Winton – patron of Murujuga World Heritage Summit – talk about the Murrujuga rock art (2 August 2018 – UWA Centre for Rock Art Research + Management)   Tim Winton – patron of Murujuga World Heritage Summit CRAR+M is ...

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12 Jan
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Help ruin Woodside’s New Year – we need you to act AGAIN

Yet another urgent appeal as more industry threatens the Burrup rock art. Many thanks to all of you who responded to our urgent pleas back in November to send in requests to WA’s Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to make Public ...

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23 Nov
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Sorry, but we need you to act AGAIN

Another urgent appeal as more industry threatens the Burrup rock art. (Thanks for Robin Chapple MLC for the text below) Dear friends Last week we sent you an email about the world’s oldest and largest collection of rock art that ...

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