by: Graham Lloyd, Environment editor
May 16, 2012 12:00AM
DINOSAURS and mosquitoes were the only certainties yesterday in an escalating face-off between police, protesters and politicians over Woodside Petroleum's planned $40 billion gas hub development near Broome.
Businessman Geoffrey Cousins took a swipe at federal Environment Minister Tony Burke for failing to act to protect prehistoric footprints from Woodside's near-shore drilling.
Dr Steven Salisbury, Queensland University showing Brain Price from National Heritage Council one of the Dinosaur track-sites found at James Price Point