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Pilbara News - - Opinion - Clay­ton Brown Ngar­luma and Banyjima danced to­gether at the Yule River bush meet­ing last week. The crowd gath­ered loved it, as did so­cial me­dia.

Nin­ga­loo Sta­tion and the State Govern­ment are set to head to court in Fe­bru­ary next year, in a case which could de­ter­mine the fu­ture man­age­ment of the cher­ished coast­line.

No more fires. No more 4x4, no more pets. No more ex­pe­ri­enc­ing the out­doors the way it was meant to be. Way to spoil what is OZ. Toni and Kev

Why can't the bloody Govern­ment just do the job of gov­ern­ing our State, and stop try­ing to change and in­ter­fere with what is ob­vi­ously be­ing done well. Lou Far­rell

I'm sure all the com­mu­nity is be­hind Phil and the Le­froy fam­ily on this one. Why change and mess with some­thing that's work­ing great! We love vis­it­ing Nin­ga­loo sta­tion, it’s great how it is. Bec Jones

This place is on my to-do list. Hope the Govt don’t de­stroy it with a flash eco re­sort that only a priv­i­leged few can af­ford to visit! Ann Benger

Why should pri­vate en­ter­prise own and man­age what is the WA peo­ple’s. Good on the State Govern­ment.

Need more of this hap­pen­ing for the younger ones. How nice sit­ting un­der those big pa­per­barks. I miss that a lot. The crew, the dogs, camp­ing un­der the big trees. Natalie Clark

Love a good dance. Mardi Sin­clair Serle

This is what it's all about! United we stand. Di­vided we fall. Mayaga Made Arts & Con­sul­ta­tion

Too solid.

Shona Hud­son

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