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DMP clears Buru over gas leak allegations

The Department of Mines and Petroleum has denied reports of a gas leak at Buru Energy's Yulleroo project near Broome after carrying out an inspection of the site yesterday.

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Broome
Well, well, well Jim Henson's mob strike again, the sooner these town toxics are dealt with the better, we need to put some oil on the squeaky wheel that are the anti gas protesters. Broome is getting very sick of their extremist views and anti development attitude. They are fast becoming irrelevant and therefore need to pursue more radical ways to convince the public to follow their ideology. Unfortunately with Broome's local media being particularly left biased these people are not publicly held accountable for their actions, the scrutinization is generally left for the developer and little to no scrutiny is made of the activists and their accusations. I hope the vandals are found and held to account.

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