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14 March 2017

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Confidential Note of Action to Caesar: 'Beware the Ides of March!'

Chris,this situation and its possible ramifications,has been known and reported on ad infinitum to all "stakeholders" in the PPL/PDL areas in the projects' area of operations since the early 1990's. The Aust HiCom has also been given chapter and verse on this in various forms, at least up to 2008, that I am aware of.
It appears to me, and, as I said, I left the area in 2008, that the situation continues not to be taken seriously, in much the same way that the Aust/Torres Strait border villages situation is not taken seriously - now that is a bit closer to Australia and a thinking person should take solace in the fact that Australian politicians are strong on border protection - they are not showing it on this issue, another of which they have been given chapter and verse on by a variety of people.

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