WA Taxpayer funding Woodside follies … and profits go overseas

Woodside ‘will burden West Australian taxpayers’

http://www.theaustralian.com.au link.

THE development of Woodside’s $30 billion gas hub at James Price Point would be a burden on West Australian taxpayers and deliver few local jobs or wider benefits to the Kimberley region and Western Australia, according to an economic analysis of the project by the Australia Institute.
It is a disgrace how the federal and state governments have behaved on the James Price Point issue.
The member for Woodside has already started. The new dictator takes control of our local shire…

www.abc.net.au

Whale research update, featuring Greens latest choice for the Kimberley electorate, Chris Maher. Lot’s of local photographers are out and about.


    • We spent the day yesterday on the water in our own little boat . Shared the day with Jess . Paddled amongst these beautiful creatures for hours . Got to hear a mother singing to her baby as they swam past . It was the most beautiful day of my life. Thank you sea shepherd for helping get this place out to the world . This is no place for a Gas factory. love is …xxx
  • Red Broome is inspired by the whales this week!! 🙂 photo courtesy – Tim Watters Sea Shepherd
    Not going to happen Barnett

    John Butler Trio‘s status update.

  • Heading to Broome this morn to go on the Sea shepherds Steve Irwin with Bob brown and senior Law Man Joseph Roe to Walmadan , James Price Point ! Going up to highlight the very active whale nursery grounds and migratory routes going right through the proposed gas hubs massive dredging area. It’s only a matter of time till Woodside and the State government come to their senses and accept the facts. This project is doomed; Economically, environmentally , culturally , socially.. the list goes on. Get on the right side of the tipping point ! Love, JB

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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