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Southern Right Whales make waves for Centrex Metals’ Port Spencer proposal

Tweet On Friday afternoon, a southern right whale and calf paid a visit to Lipson Cove, north of Tumby Bay on Lower Eyre Peninsula. Mick McCallum was fishing for salmon at the time, and passed the news on to locals,

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Public comments sought on Port Spencer’s threats to Fairy Terns and Southern Right Whales

Tweet In October of 2012, emerging iron ore mining company Centrex Metals released additional information regarding their proposed Port Spencer project. The port development, which had previously sought State approval as the Sheep Hill Deep Water Port Facility on Eyre Peninsula, made

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‘Penguins, Not Ports’ Protest for Lipson Cove at the Centrex Metals AGM

Tweet Today is emerging iron ore mining company Centrex Metals’ AGM in Adelaide, and a group of passionate defenders of Spencer Gulf’s marine life aren’t happy with the company’s decision to build their Port Spencer project at Lipson Cove, between

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Port Spencer development proposal threatens wildlife of Lipson Cove and Lipson Island

Tweet When the Port Spencer project was first brokered to the public, it took the name of Sheep Hill- and for years, media releases and interviews carefully avoided mentioning the true location of the proposed facility- adjacent to Lipson Cove.

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Centrex Metals Port Spencer development puts Lipson Island’s Little Blue Penguins at risk

Tweet For those of you who’ve been following our website or Facebook pages for a while, you’ll have heard of the South Australian export port development known as Port Spencer. While it lies to the south of Cuttlefish Country, the decision

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Anyone for a Super-Port? South Australia’s great iron ore export bungle

Tweet While the South Australian government has been a strong financial backer of mineral exploration in recent years, South Australian citizens and miners alike are yet to reap the promised economic rewards of the pending mining boom. This is due

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