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New mineral sands province in Kimberley – fears for Bilby population

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New mineral sands mine thin end of wedge Thousands of square kilometres of mineral sands tenements including Iluka Bilby population at risk An appeal being considered. A new mineral sands mine in the Kimberley could be the thin end of the wedge, leading to a global scale mineral sands province, according to The Wilderness Society WA.
 
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Scientists called on to expand WA fracking inquiry

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Independent scientists welcomed to consult the community broadly on gas fracking. Conservation groups call for the Terms of Reference of the independent fracking inquiry to be expanded to cover the cradle to grave impacts of the unconventional gas industry.  
 
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Sawmill Purchase Means Time For Excuses Is Over

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Andrews Government must protect forests and create the Great Forest National Park.
 
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Plantation fire sale a short-sighted subsidy for Hodgman’s native forest logging

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The sale of publicly-owned plantations to ‘pay down debt and fund the transition’ of the state logging agency amounts to a desperate and short-sighted fire sale of an important future resource of the industry, simply to prop up loss-making native forest logging, The Wilderness Society said today.
 
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Leaked takayna 4WD track decision a betrayal of reconciliation

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The Wilderness Society today condemned the action of the Hodgman Government to seek approval to expand destructive 4wd tracks across an Aboriginal cultural landscape on the takayna coast, describing it as a betrayal of trust and goodwill that run counter to any notion of reconciliation.
 

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