FROM THE ARCHIVES - MAK­ING NEWS A DECADE AGO

Manjimup-Bridgetown Times - - News -

SOUTH West landown­ers would be pre­pared to fight the State Gov­ern­ment in the High Court if it pushed ahead with con­tro­ver­sial water li­cens­ing re­forms, for­mer Lib­eral leader and War­ren-Black­wood MLA Paul Omodei has warned.

MAN­JIMUP shire pres­i­dent Wade De Campo has scotched claims that a pro­posed biomass power plant near Di­a­mond Mill will lead to con­ges­tion on South West­ern High­way and make driv­ing around Man­jimup more dan­ger­ous.

CON­CERNED Man­jimup high school stu­dents have protested over last week’s State school teach­ers’ strikes, say­ing the in­dus­trial ac­tion will af­fect their cru­cial TEE prepa­ra­tions.

SOUTH West farm­ers have ac­cused Fed­eral Agri­cul­ture Min­is­ter Tony Burke of ig­no­rance af­ter he claimed young Aus­tralian farm­ers were not as aware of the chal­lenges of cli­mate change as older gen­er­a­tions.

FORESTRY and Din­gup played a fantastic game to de­ter­mine top spot on the War­ren Black­wood Cricket As­so­ci­a­tion lad­der at the week­end. It was Din­gup who won a tightly fought con­test.

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