Category Archives: NEWS

12 Feb
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John Black’s EPA Submission

Doctor John Black has given us permission to replicate his ‘Submission to the Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority in relation to Woodside Energy Ltd North West Shelf Project Extension Environment Review Document: EPA Assessment No. 2186′ His key dot points ...

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03 Feb
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Australia lodges world heritage submission for 50,000-year-old Burrup Peninsula rock art

Guardian Australia Calla Wahlquist, 29 Jan 2020 In a truly hypocritical twist during this time of promoting the expansion of LNG at state and federal level… ‘The federal government on Friday lodged a submission for the Murujuga cultural landscape on ...

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03 Feb
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1.5 Degrees Live at Fringe World Perth

#ActNow #ExtinctionRebellion #Woodside 1.5 Degrees Live at Fringe World Perth, January 24, 2020 Jane Hammond has produced this excellent short video summarising the protests against Woodside sponsoring our wonderful Fringe Festival. Did you know that Woodside is the second biggest ...

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21 Jan
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January 2020 Newsletter

UPDATE Send your submission on the NWS Shelf/Browse expansion by 12 February 2020. FARA January 2020 Newsletter (PDF version) Dear Murujuga/Burrup/FARA supporters, The final battle lines have now been drawn between that Goliath of an industrial giant, Woodside, and the rest ...

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22 Nov
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November 2019 Newsletter

UPDATE Send your submission on the NWS Shelf/Browse expansion by 12 February 2020. FARA Newsletter Nov 2019 (PDF version) Dear Murujuga/Burrup/FARA supporters, It’s been a while but here’s an update of what’s been happening since February – and it looks like we’ll ...

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06 Aug
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MAC and Woodside announce Murujuga Living Knowledge Centre partnership

Woodside Press Release: Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation and Woodside announce Murujuga Living Knowledge Centre partnership

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06 Aug
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More national park or more government hype?

According to The West Australian/Pilbara News (Shannon Beattie, Thursday, 1 August 2019) Murujuga National Park expanded after land rezoning The world’s largest rock art gallery was expanded last week when a piece of land previously zoned for industrial use was incorporated ...

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06 Aug
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Web of deception continues on Burrup

FARA has recently activiated discussion in the Subiaco Post/Fremantle Herald – tt started with an opinion piece from our Co-Convenor, Judith Hugo: Web of deception continues on Burrup in the Fremantle Herald on (page 6, 20 July 2019) Rock art ...

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11 Jul
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Singing the Stones: can industry and ancient rock art coexist on the Burrup Peninsula?

Singing the Stones: can industry and ancient rock art coexist on the Burrup Peninsula? After fifty years of industrial development that’s destroyed thousands of sacred petroglyphs, the West Australian government is finally backing a push for World Heritage Listing. But ...

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14 Jun
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North West Shelf Project Extension/Perdaman Urea Project

Once again, we desperately need you to let EPA know of your opposition to more industry on the Burrup. There are two submissions we need you to respond to. To make it easier for you, here are a few steps ...

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