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Exclusive: Woodside activist before court, charged with serious offences
Activist Raelene Cooper will appear in Karratha Magistrate's Court on a string of serious charges later this month. The Mardudh...
David Prestipino 2 Feb 2024
Santos won't pursue legal costs against Traditional Owners as EDO remains in firing line
Santos has confirmed it will not seek to recuperate legal costs against three Traditional Owners from the Tiwi Islands after the...
David Prestipino 2 Feb 2024
Environmental rule changes also on horizon for critical minerals sector
Impending environmental regulatory changes in the oil and gas industry look set to extend to producers of critical minerals to h...
David Prestipino 29 Jan 2024
Santos reveals extent of costs from Barossa court delay
Santos has unveiled the extent of a cost blowout at its landmark liquid natural gas project after lengthy court delays, but an e...
Jacob Shteyman 25 Jan 2024
Leedal Foundation thank Woodside for supporting locally-led flood relief efforts
Members of the Fitzroy Valley-based Leedal foundation have presented Woodside with two paintings as a thank you gesture for the...
Giovanni Torre 14 Dec 2023
Woodside green light for seismic testing off Pilbara coast

Woodside has again been given permission to conduct seismic testing for its Scarborough project in northern Western Australia after an earlier approval had been ruled invalid by th...

Giovanni Torre Dec 2, 2023
Indigenous-owned Hicks wins major Pluto LNG expansion contract in Pilbara

While Woodside Energy's Scarborough Energy Project in Western Australia's north west has made front page headlines of late due to social activism and environmental hurdles, behind...

David Prestipino Nov 30, 2023
Source criticises ABC decision to hand protest footage to WA Police

Climate activists fear they may be imprisoned after the ABC said it would hand footage from a Four Corners program of them protesting Woodside's Burrup Peninsula gas project to WA...

David Prestipino Oct 27, 2023
Woodside calls for gas-permitting reforms after ruling on inadequate consultation

Woodside's chief executive is calling for urgent reform of Australia's offshore approvals process after the Federal Court threatened to delay a $16 billion offshore gas project bec...

Derek Rose Oct 18, 2023
Southern Blast: Locals step up fight against seismic blasting

Locals in the south-west of Victoria are rallying against the use of seismic blasting by oil and gas companies, after a suite of proposals to conduct seismic surveys in coastal wat...

David Prestipino Oct 14, 2023
Opinion: Home protests cross the line

The National Indigenous Times is a forum for big ideas. We elevate the voices of Indigenous Australians, and on a daily basis, publish the views and perspectives of Traditional Own...

Reece Harley Sep 21, 2023
Woodside temporarily blocked from proceeding with Scarborough gas project off WA coast

Woodside has been temporarily blocked from proceeding with a major gas project off WA's northern coast after a successful court injunction by a Traditional custodian. In July the...

David Prestipino Sep 15, 2023
Woodside halts seismic blasting off WA coast after eleventh-hour court injunction

Woodside Energy has agreed to delay seismic testing for its $16.5 billion Scarborough gas project off the Pilbara coast after an eleventh-hour legal bid. The LNG giant on Tuesday...

David Prestipino Sep 7, 2023
WA Premier pens scathing letter to ABC chair as new revelations about climate protest emerge

The ABC is under enormous pressure to reveal the full extent of its knowledge of a climate protest outside the family home of Woodside Energy CEO Meg O'Neill on Tuesday morning. W...

David Prestipino Aug 4, 2023
WA Premier demands answers from ABC over protest at Woodside CEO's home

West Australian Premier Roger Cook intends to seek answers from ABC management on why it had a film crew present at a climate protest outside Woodside Energy boss Meg O'Neill's fam...

David Prestipino Aug 2, 2023
Protesters who trespassed Woodside boss Meg O’Neill’s family home charged

The ABC has denied knowledge protesters would allegedly trespass the family home of Woodside Energy boss Meg O'Neill as WA Police laid charges over the incident on Wednesday mornin...

David Prestipino Aug 2, 2023
'Designed to threaten': "Extremists" trespass family home of Woodside CEO

A group of "extremist" protesters accompanied by camera crews allegedly trespassed the family home of Woodside Energy CEO Meg O’Neill on Tuesday morning. The company said on Tuesd...

David Prestipino Aug 1, 2023
First Nations people sharing their views can only result in better outcomes

My name is Meg O’Neill. I grew up in Boulder, Colorado in the United States. Some of my family was originally from a village in County Mayo, in western Ireland.   As a newcomer t...

Meg O'Neill May 30, 2023
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