Bob Brown visits Broome


Senator Bob Brown addresses the crowd at the Broome Convention Centre Chinatown.

Senator Bob Brown made good on his 2011 promise to visit Broome once again before his retirement from Federal Parliament.  Addressing a crowd of approximately 450 people at the Broome Convention Center on Wednesday 6th June, Senator Brown, former leader of the Greens, said that he’d be “knocking at the door” of the board of Woodside, in support of the growing national campaign to halt the proposed LNG Processing hub at James Price Point.

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