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Landowners reject $500m Woodside offer

Woodside Petroleum says it will continue negotiations with the Kimberley Land Council over a compensation package for a proposed gas hub after traditional landowners knocked back a proposal.

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Broome WA
The KLC should be putting their money and lawyers towards rejecting outright any proposal for a gas hub on the Dampier peninsula. Standing up for the aboriginal people and their ownership of their lands should take precedence over just money grabbing which will ultimately create bigger issues in the future. Support for world class cultural tourism on the peninsula will create more meaningful employment and benefit the region as a whole rather than scare its reputation and wilderness values for ever.

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