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Australia moving Aboriginals off remote lands- uranium miners will be happy

Ghillar Michael Anderson, leader of the Euahlayi people and ambassador of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra, wrote an open letter to the United Nations on March 3, in which he states that the proposed closures of remote communities are to open up the land for mining. 1,175 more words


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I am a leasing agent / property manager located in Perth, Western Australia who specializes in leasing predominantly executive standard residential properties right along the coastal strip from North Coogee and right up to Sorrento and then East to Perth CBD. 157 more words

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Sunsets and Sculptures by the Sea

On a warm summer evening I feel so privileged to be able to wander down to my local beach and see Sculpture by the Sea, in one of three places that hosts this international exhibition. 179 more words

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Margaret River - The Wineries

We contemplated joining one of the organised tours in the area, but in the end we decided against it.   Instead Craig was to be Emma’s driver for winery day and vice versa for a brewery day. 330 more words


Rottnest Island

I’ve been in Australia for 10 weeks now, and I have to say this place continues to surprise me. There is always something waiting to be discovered. 382 more words


Wiluna uranium project not viable due to flooding risks

Lake Way flooding proves Wiluna unviable http://www.robinchapple.com/lake-way-flooding-proves-wiluna-unviable 27 Mar 15, (Good photos)  After yesterday flying over Lake Way to see the extent of flooding in the area, WA Greens spokesperson on uranium Robin Chapple MLC has expressed deep concern about the future of proposed uranium mining on the lake bed. 192 more words