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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Human Sign against Coal Seam Gas in Sydney Park October 13th


As part of Lock the Gate National Day of Action, Stop Coal Seam Gas Sydney organised a human sign to protect our agriculture, health and water supply from CSG mining. Held in Sydney's inner west frontline suburb where the NSW government has renewed an exploration license to mine coal seam gas in one of the state's densest urban areas. Thousands of people turned up for the action to spell out Stop CSG at 12 noon in Sydney Park, St Peters. More pictures here.


Friday, August 31, 2012

Markets in Parramatta CBD



Looking for a hand out for the hard up in Parramatta.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Farmers May Day March on State Parliament

Farmers come to Macquarie Street to protest coal seam gas mining on agricultural land.

Women take the lead at the 'Protect our Land and Water' Rally opposing coal seam gas mining at NSW Parliament in Sydney on May 1.

Sending a message to Macquarie Street politicians

more photos at http://nocoalseamgasmininginsydneyphotos.blogspot.com.au/

Thursday, April 12, 2012

GADAWULKWULK means SHELTER: Barayuwa Mununggurr and Ruark Lewis at Cross Art Projects

seen at the opening is Barayuwa and mother Bengjit

A cross-cultural exhibition by Barayuwa Mununggurr and Ruark Lewis. 15 March to 14 April 2012 at Cross Art Projects

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Coalition members walk out of NSW Parliamentary Debate on Coal Seam Gas Mining 15/3/12

No Coal Seam Gas Mining supporters are left empty-handed outside parliament when the coalition walked out of the debate last week. More photos at http://nocoalseamgasmininginsydneyphotos.blogspot.com.au/


See the web doco at http://youtu.be/X8NFiv1pkLE

Monday, January 23, 2012

100 Day Occupation of Martin Place

Occupy Sydney activists reach a milestone of 100 days of continued presence in the CBD. A participant discusses the aims of Occupy with passers-by during one holiday season evening in Martin Place. They are standing next to Occupy Sydney's free book store of donated books on the footpath. More photos at http://occupysydneyphotos.blogspot.com.au/