Monday, April 8, 2013

Gas hub opponent says signs staying - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Gas hub opponent says signs staying - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation):

 "We're not removing these signs because they're in place to protect the burial sites, the important cultural sites and the monsoonal vine thicket," she said.

"So from the community's point of view and from Goolarabooloo's point of view, we're not removing those signs."

The Department of Regional Development and Lands has been contacted for comment.


  1. Viviene O'Shea is doing a fantastic job as spokesperson for this and sounds so passionate and angry and so connected to the communities feelings.

    Another great spokesperson for the campaign.

  2. I read this article with a lot of interest because I am currently reading a very interesting book on Goodreads called THE 5-STAR BUSINESS NETWORKS by Vivek Sood which argues similar points in a much more forceful and coherent manner.
    The benefits of reading are enormous, some books will inspire you, motivate you, encourage you and by just reading you can raise your positive energy vibration. Reading is significant, everybody who wants to better their life should read a book every week, when we stop learning we stop growing and in this life you do one of two things, you either move forward in life or you go backwards, the day you stop learning is the day you give up on life.
    I will encourage the journalist to talk to the author of the above book to get deeper insights into the material he is covering.

  3. to THE 5-STAR BUSINESS NETWORKS , can you give me points that can be found on the book by Vivek Sood that you find interesting? You said that this book - entitled 5-STAR BUSINESS NETWORKS on Goodreads is connected to this article, which is somehow true but can you give more insights on that? truth is I went to Goodreads and put this on my reading list one since I am keen on learning more about economics, finance and modern commerce.