Author Archives: Clare Chamberlain

29 Aug
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Burrup Peninsula rock art World Heritage listing nomination process begins

Burrup Peninsula rock art World Heritage listing nomination process begins (Warning: Linked news stories may include images that are culturally sensitive. Unfortunately, FARA has no control over external websites.) By Karen Michelmore on AM (ABC Radio) Duration: 3min 27sec Broadcast: ...

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29 Aug
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Burrup rock art set for World Heritage nomination

Burrup rock art set for World Heritage nomination (Warning: Linked news stories may include images that are culturally sensitive. Unfortunately, FARA has no control over external websites.) Tom Zaunmayr and Alicia Perera Pilbara News (The West Australian) Monday, 27 August ...

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29 Aug
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State to seek World Heritage Listing for Burrup Peninsula rock art

State to seek World Heritage Listing for Burrup Peninsula rock art (Warning: Linked news stories may include images that are culturally sensitive. Unfortunately, FARA has no control over external websites.)Emma Young WA Today, 27 August 2018 ‘At Hearsons Cove on ...

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29 Aug
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Explainer: why the rock art of Murujuga deserves World Heritage status

Explainer: why the rock art of Murujuga deserves World Heritage status (Warning: Linked news stories may include images that are culturally sensitive. Unfortunately, FARA has no control over external websites.) The Conversation ABC, 27 August 2018 A highly informative background article ...

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29 Aug
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Murujuga nominated for World Heritage List

On Monday 27 August 2018, WA Premier Mark McGowan announced that the WA State Government will recommend nominating the globally significant rock art of Murujuga (the Burrup Peninsula) for UNESCO’s Tentative World Heritage List. While this is great news, FARA and ...

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29 Aug
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State Government nominates Murujuga for World Heritage List

URGENT CALL OUT in defence of the Murujuga Rock Art The world’s oldest and largest collection of rock art has never been closer to destruction than right now. Perdaman, Wesfarmers, Coogee Chemicals and Mitsubushi are currently trying to establish two ...

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27 Aug
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Lascaux cave art expert speaks out

Dr Stephane Hoerle, a world renown rock art scientist has written to Minister Dawson regarding the potential destruction of the Burrup rock art. ‘I am astonished to learn of the recent decision by the Government of Western Australia to encourage further ...

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05 Aug
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World Heritage Summit on Murujuga

To highlight the World Heritage Summit on Murujuga on Monday 6th August, which is part of the 5th Southern Deserts Conference, FARA and friends held a placard demonstration on Mounts Bay Road, with special guest, Eliza, who dressed for the part, ...

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05 Aug
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World Heritage Summit on Murujuga

A summit organised by The University of Western Australia about the Murujuga/Burrup World Heritage Nomination in Karratha will take place on Monday 6 August. It will provide a community forum to discuss the importance and value of nominating the region ...

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05 Aug
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Tim Winton named as Patron for the World Heritage Summit

The  UWA Centre for Rock Art Research + Management  (CRAR+M) has announced the Patron for the World Heritage Summit on Murujuga on Monday 6th August is the incredible Tim Winton! Author of 29 books which celebrate Western Australian landscapes and ...

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