Election 2013 Western Australia March 9

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Gas Hub iT Matters

Too Precious to Lose Enrolment Drive - Kimberley


The campaign to protect James Price Point has reached a crucial point, with the WA Government recently handing Woodside permission to undertake the final stage of their exploratory drilling program.

This drilling will take part in an area which includes Aboriginal burial grounds – disturbing sites that are sacred to indigenous people. This is despite findings by a previous State Government that these sites must be protected for environmental and cultural heritage reasons. 

Protesters have been growing in numbers as the final phase moves closer, uniting against this serious threat to James Price Point.

It is clear that there is strong, consistent opposition in and around the Kimberley to the JPP development.

The final environmental sign-off for James Price Point is on the desk of Environment Minister Tony Burke. It is important that we make it clear to him that we cannot put development ahead of culturally and environmentally significant areas.

Broome Families is calling on members of our community and coastal communities that are not currently enrolled to vote to enrol this Friday in time for the next State Election. Please join us and Chris Maher the Kimberley Candidate for Greens WA at:

Where: Broome Convention Centre Frederick Street (Opposite the Broome Police Station)

When: Friday 1st February

Time: 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm

Enrolment forms will be made available for you to sign on the evening and to also enjoy the launch of the Kimberley Greens - James Price Point Too Precious to Lose Campaign Launch.
Invite your family members who have not yet enrolled to vote – if you are dissatisfied with our current State Government, enrol, vote and make a difference to have your voice heard.

Written and authorised by Chris Maher 6 McKenzie Rd Broome 6725

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