OBP on 7.30 report

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Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 21:23:50 +1000

It might sound like a Monty Python skit, but the case of the rare parrot
that halted a multi-million dollar windfarm project is no laughing matter.
Did the massive turbines really pose a threat to the endangered
orange-bellied parrot? And has the decision set a precedent that could
derail other developments around the country? 7.30's Mary Gearin

Hi everyone

This report was on 7.30 tonight. The transcript is likely to be up tomorrow
at the above url.

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