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Black Stump Bedlams

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Unknown

Current status

Folded 2002

Location

Perth, WA

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Strong union opposition to uranium mining in Western Australia

Union ‘showdown’ looming over U-deal, West Australian , Daniel Mercer, 21 June 2017, One of WA Labor’s most influential unions is promising a “showdown” at the party’s State conference over Mark McGowan’s decision to allow a raft of uranium mining projects to go ahead. 228 more words

Uranium

# uranium mining companies in Western Australia could lose their licences

Uranium mining ultimatum in Western Australia sparks nuclear debate,  Xinhua Song Lifang, SYDNEY, June 22) — A nuclear debate is heating up in Western Australia on Thursday, after the state government informed three uranium mining companies that their approval licenses will expire if their sites are not operational within five years. 242 more words

Politics

A Kimberley cattleman's powerful argument for renewable energy

Arguments against renewable energy are rubbish, Harold Mitchell , The Age 23 June 17 “…….. More than 60 years later, I’m delighted to report that I have been free of power bills for some time at the cattle properties I’m involved with in the East Kimberley. 344 more words

Energy

IT'S COOL TO VISIT FREO

Those only interested in spewing negativity about Fremantle should take notice of the comments from overseas and interstate travellers who visit us.

The British Telegraph  101 more words

Western Australia

CONTROVERSIAL FREO TRAFFIC CALMING

The new speed humps along Ord Street in Fremantle are already receiving criticism on social media with people claiming they have created traffic jams during peak hours. 277 more words

Western Australia

LIV AND LET LIVE

The LIV apartment development by Defence Housing in Fremantle’s east end is fast taking shape as these photos taking from Quarry Street show.

The building is opposite the recently opened… 18 more words

Western Australia