Gregory’s Gorge has been closed for a year now. When we asked for an update, Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation has questioned why the public needs to know.
It is on their land and they were happy to share until people trashed it. Everyone who went there and didn’t respect the place or pay their camping fee is to blame. Carolyn Biar
Just head out there anyway. Last time I checked I am Australian, and have the same rights as everyone else, or did that law change? Rodney Campbell
The corporation no doubt receives government funding to further any projects or proposals, and they need to be open and accountable for the decisions made. Just as they would expect any government agency or private corporation to be if they were being cut off. Toni Marie
I remember going out there often in the late 90s and early 2000 and it was spectacular! Such a real shame. Ranae Hawes Duckworth
I haven’t been able to get out there yet and heard great things. I hope they reopen soon so I get the chance. Pretty annoyed they can just close off a part of the Pilbara that should be able to be enjoyed for so long. Bek Borlase
I hope their plans come to fruition so that the rich culture can be experienced by everyone. Be great to see a corroboree and bush tucker. Anthony Anderson
The spot price of iron ore went above $US90 a tonne last week for the first time in two years. There were mixed reactions.
That’s why these multibillion-dollar companies should pay real taxes. Tom Ivison
And they’re still crying poor and cutting wages. Brad Roberts
They sacked everyone before the extra levy talk. Craig Moore
So much for the “educated” business analysts who predicted a sub $40 per tonne for the next five years. Andre Olivier
Preference deals have certainly been interesting this month. The Liberal Party put One Nation ahead of the Nationals in the Upper House, then the Nationals put the Greens above Liberal in Mining and Pastoral.
It’s no bloody wonder people don’t trust politicians. They’re all wheeling and dealing with each other and we’ll end up with the same bullshit. Julia Hudson
Think I’ll take the fine, the whole lot are crap. Nigel Morgan
At what point do we expect our leaders to do deals in the best interest of our State rather than themselves and their own power/money/influence? Carolyn Biar
I think West Australians feel they’ve been cheated by this Government. Time to make a fresh start. Julie Pearse
We shared a picture from Pilbara Working Dogs of one of their kelpies taking a nap inside the fridge and it seems it’s not the only dog to take up this option.
Alison Sorrell shared this photo from her Facebook. Her dog found the food shelf in the fridge.
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