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Fears Woodside's Scarborough gas project threatens rock art, Pilbara environment - ABC

Save our Songlines protest at The Quarter in Karratha raises concerns about Scarborough’s impact on Murujuga - The Pilbara News


Songlines or Pipelines in the Burrup? - The Monthly


Australia’s largest new fossil fuel project - 7am


‘Our ancestors are in the rocks’: Australian gas project threatens ancient carvings – and emissions blowout - The Guardian


Woodside shareholders back BHP buy but blast climate plan - The Age


Indigenous elders in WA say ‘gag clause’ denies them a say in industrial developments on their land - The Guardian


Pollution is threatening some of the world’s oldest rock carvings - National Geographic


The six clauses Traditional Owners say gag them from raising Murujuga concerns - National Indigenous Times


Traditional owners call on federal government to stop urea plant in WA's Pilbara region over fears for rock art - ABC


Federal plea to protect ancient Murujuga rock engravings - NITV

Environment Minister Ley refuses to stop work at ancient Indigenous site - The Australian


Fertiliser company urged to halt plans to remove Burrup Peninsula Indigenous rock art - The Guardian


Pilbara rock art versus $4.5b fertiliser plant: Ley intervenes in clash - The Sydney Morning Herald


WA’s Burrup rock art guardians split over Woodside cash - The Sydney Morning Herald


Pilbara rock art custodians want WA government, Woodside to hit pause on Burrup projects - The Age


If Murujuga is deserving of world heritage listing, why would anyone want to put more industry there? - NITV

Save Our Songlines: Josie Alec on opposition to the Scarborough Gas Hub - Indymedia


Fertiliser plant near sacred WA rock art on hold - SBS

Govt backing for major urea plant divisive - AAP


Labor’s flawed answer to the energy crisis - The Saturday Paper


Carbon Dilemma - ABC 7.30


Tanya Plibersek urged to protect Indigenous rock art up to 50,000 years old by blocking fertiliser plant - The Guardian

The WA gas project that will blow our chances of achieving our emissions targets and threaten precious ancient rock art - ABC

Who cares for Country? Traditional owners and the gas crisis - ABC News


Woodside’s $17 billion Scarborough gas project faces heritage hurdle - Sydney Morning Herald


Environment minister urged to block work on $4.5b Pilbara urea plant - WAtoday


Feds called on to halt Burrup urea plant works to allow rock art assessment - The National Indigenous Times


New Ministers urged to halt WA urea plant - AAP


Plibersek urged to halt 'mind-blowing' fertiliser plan for Indigenous site - Yahoo News


Pilbara's traditional owners appeal to Tanya Plibersek to protect rock art, as fertiliser plant is given final approval - ABC News


Gas hub opponents take fight to the United Nations, march on Murujuga - The National Indigenous Times


We must defend Australia’s ancient history from further desecration - WAtoday

Government blocks construction threatening sacred rock art - ABC Radio National


Murujuga Traditional Owners turn to protest after silence from government - SBS

Tanya Plibersek pauses $4.5bn works on Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula - The Australian


Environment minister requests work pause on $4.5b Pilbara urea plant - The Age


Federal Government halts Pilbara urea plant amid Indigenous heritage concerns - The National Indigenous Times


Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek considers request to halt Perdaman $4.3 billion urea project in WA Burrup Region - The Australian Financial Review


Urea Plant paused on Indigenous fears - AAP


Murujuga Traditional Owners launch appeal as govt stalls gas project construction - SBS

Perdaman fertiliser plant near Karratha paused amid rock art fears - ABC


Plibersek halts fertiliser plan for Indigenous cultural site after outcry - Yahoo News


Fifty-year extension for Australia’s biggest CO2 emitter attracts record number of appeals - The Guardian


Federal government accused of ‘railroading’ traditional custodians over Burrup peninsula rock art site - The Guardian


Traditional owners concerned over controversial fertiliser plant - ABC Radio National


Perdaman's plans to relocate rock art for fertiliser plant feel 'rushed', traditional owners say - ABC


Tanya Plibersek weighs Burrup fertiliser plant fate - The Australian


Tanya Plibersek urged to block $4.5b fertiliser plant proposal amid fears for rock art - ABC News


Western Australia’s Cultural Genocide - NITV


Federal Minister Tanya Plibersek held secret meetings in WA’s Pilbara region to discuss $4.5 billion project - The West Australian

Plibersek rejects bid to block $4.5b fertiliser plant - Australian Financial Review

Plibersek backs Burrup Peninsula fertiliser plant, despite Indigenous heritage concerns - ABC News

Tanya Plibersek backs contentious fertiliser plant on Burrup peninsula - The Guardian

Plibersek backs $4.5 billion WA gas plant despite sacred sites impact - The Sydney Morning Herald

Burrup Peninsula: Federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek backs $4.5 billion urea project in the Pilbara - The West Australian

Tanya Plibersek approves $4.5bn Burrup urea plant in WA - The Australian

Federal government won't block controversial Burrup plant  - NITV

Indigenous group says Tanya Plibersek ‘hasn’t done her homework’ on Burrup peninsula fertiliser plant - The Guardian

Perdaman fertiliser plant near ancient rock art gets nod from Plibersek, leaving some 'devastated' - ABC News

A $3.1 Billion Fertilizer Plant Risks Aboriginal Rock Carvings - Bloomberg News

Tanya Plibersek paves way for fertiliser plant on Indigenous cultural site - Yahoo News

Australia clears $3 billion urea project over indigenous concerns - Reuters

Ngarluma mayaga in plea to channel Juukan Gorge outrage against Murujuga fertiliser plant plan - National Indigenous Times

Elders ‘objected to Burrup rock art relocation’ - The Australian

Traditional owners' group initially opposed moving sacred rock carvings in Pilbara, documents show - ABC News

Documents reveal traditional owners group refused relocating rock art multiple times before agreeing - ABC Radio National

Labor approves removal of sacred rock art on the Burrup Peninsula - The Saturday Paper

‘Tear up and rewrite Burrup compact’, says traditional owner - The Australian

Plibersek orders independent check on Burrup Indigenous rock art - The Sydney Morning Herald

Controversial fertiliser plant to continue operations as heritage assessment of ancient rock art ongoing - SBS News

Tanya Plibersek review to protect Burrup rock art - The Australian

Minister appoints independent consultant to investigate millennia-old rock art on WA's Burrup Peninsula - ABC News

Claim 40,000-year-old Indigenous site desecrated prompts Plibersek investigation - Yahoo News

Probe into $4.3b Perdaman urea plant, Burrup Peninsula impact on Pilbara rock art - The West Australian

Australia launches industry review near ancient rock art - Reuters


Traditional Custodians condemn federal funding for controversial fertiliser plant - SBS News


Controversial $6.5b Burrup fertiliser plant to get green light by the end of the year - The Sydney Morning Herald

Federal Government agrees to probe of industry impact on Murujuga cultural heritage - National Indigenous Times

Traditional owners welcome cultural heritage assessment of industry on Burrup - The West Australian

Probe into industry effects on Murujuga rock art - Sky News

Plibersek orders independent check on Burrup Indigenous rock art - The Age

Tanya Plibersek appoints independent reporter to look at claims significant Aboriginal sites being threatened - The West Australian

Fears for Indigenous rock art as construction begins on WA’s Burrup peninsula - The Guardian

Race and power collide in a fight over sacred rock art in remote Australia - CNN

Feds launch inquiry into WA gas plant, rock art clash - The Age

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