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Federal Government agrees to probe of industry impact on Murujuga cultural heritage
The Federal Government will review industrial development on Murujuga in response to an appeal raising concerns about the threat...
Giovanni Torre 15 Sep 2022
Yindjibarndi Elder calls for Burrup industry deal to be torn up over sacred site protection snub
A respected Pilbara Elder has urged the WA Government to tear up a 19-year-old industry deal amid growing concerns Traditional O...
Tom Zaunmayr 30 Aug 2022
Federal government rejects bid to halt Perdaman's Burrup fertiliser plant
Federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek has rejected a call to stop a $4.5 billion fertiliser plant in WA's North West over...
Giovanni Torre 23 Aug 2022
Stephen van Leeuwen relished his life exploring Murujuga. Now he is leading efforts to protect it's rock art
Botanical ecologist Stephen van Leeuwen recalls with joy his decades spent exploring Murujuga's remote sandy beaches, rock art-f...
Tom Zaunmayr 23 Aug 2022
Ngarluma mayaga in plea to channel Juukan Gorge outrage against Murujuga fertiliser plant plan
A prominent Indigenous tour guide has urged Australians incensed by Rio Tinto's destructed of Juukan Gorge to turn their focus o...
Tom Zaunmayr 19 Aug 2022
Federal Govt halts Pilbara urea plant works amid Indigenous heritage concerns

Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek has reached an agreement for a 30-day halt to the development of a Western Australian fertiliser plant that a group of Indigenous activists say...

Guest Author Jul 21, 2022
Feds called on to halt Burrup urea plant works to allow rock art assessment

A group of Traditional Owners have called for more Federal intervention following works approval for the Perdaman urea plant on Murujuga, in WA's Pilbara region. Mardudhunera wo...

Giovanni Torre Jul 20, 2022
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