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The federal government is considering excusing a petroleum firm from obligations to drill for oil near Rottnest Island, just kilometres from Perth's main beaches, because of the company's environmental concerns. The Fin

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Carine
Julia Gillard, should strive to get all the Asian Countries through which the refugees travel, to get them to stop these people in their own country. Not to let them go through. Why should we , Australians, have to bare the full brunt of expenses of building these unsavoury camps? Is it not a Regional duty, to assist these people? If these refugees are stopped and than encouraged to apply for an immigration permit at our Embassy in that country, there is no queue jumping and I am sure the refugees would save themselves a lot of money in the process. AND a safe-and legal entry into Australia!

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