Thursday, June 21, 2012

Mini dolphin discovery in WA - Bush Telegraph - ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Mini dolphin discovery in WA - Bush Telegraph - ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation):

A recent discovery of a rare species of mini dolphin has generated excitement.

The dolphin was discovered in waters off the coast of Broome, at an area called James Price Point.

It's the same area where there's a proposal for a $40 billion liquefied natural gas plant.

The mini dolphin's discovery has posed the question whether plans for the gas development should be put on hold?

Simon Allen, dolphin researcher, School of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology, Murdoch University, Murdoch, WA


  1. Must be stopped.
    Here is a sign of things to come from Woodside:

    "One of the world's most powerful business leaders has applauded the Government's move to put a price on carbon, but says his company will need to import foreign workers to make its Australian operations competitive."


    "You've got the high Australian dollar, you've got the scarce work force, and therefore we are concerned about the overall rate at which we are paying for Australian labour and clearly that needs some intervention," he said.

    Yeah wait for it,the usual suspects will want cheap foreign labour and as little local content as possible to cut the cost on this dumb plan on the wrong site.Trying to bash a square peg into a round hole.

    Time this madness stopped once and for all.

  2. True never learn these cunts until something bad happens then they try and cover it up, the investors got enough money, go on a holiday you lonely bastards and spend some money to make you happy instead of making everyone else's life hell. We want land and fresh air not money and pollution like the fucked cities


    Woodside and Barnett have never done anything for these kids,why don't they just admit it,they don't give a shit.

  4. The situation for the working poor just gets worse,something a gas hub would turn into a lot worse situation.