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2009 Coal Blockade of Newcastle Harbour


Saturday, December 13, 2014

Save Our Rail Protest in Newcastle

Hunter residents march on Darby Street to Civic Park to protest the state government's plan to cut Newcastle's rail link.
Rally at Civic Park to support rail service to Newcastle

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Gloucester AGL protest update

Citizens march against coal seam gas mining in Gloucester
Gloucester farmer, Ed Robinson said, “The Government has loudly and clearly told the people of my community that they won’t impose any additional restrictions on AGL to bring them up to the new standards they’ve announced this week for coal seam gas industry.
“There are around one hundred people living within 2km of this fracking site right now, who will be exposed to the harmful pollutants gas wells release into the air.”

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Monday, October 20, 2014

Pacific Islanders protest Australia's coal exports outside Whitehaven Coal headquarters in Sydney

Tongans and climate supporters demonstrate in Sydney's CBD
Josh Fox director of Gaslands Documentary addresses a climate change protest on George Street with 'Pacific Warriors'

Sunday, August 31, 2014

March in August

Thousands rallied in Hyde Park Sydney then marched through the CBD against the Abbott government on Sunday 31st August in Sydney's March in August.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Anti-CSG Protest outside AGL headquarters

Picketers outside AGL headquarters in Miller Street, North Sydney protesting the approval of coal seam gas fracking within 300 metres of homes in Gloucester and near Camden. They have vowed to continue their vigil every Thursday between 10.00 am and 1.30 pm until the CSG mining is stopped.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Redfern Tent Embassy

The Redfern Tent embassy was organised by Jenny Munro on Sorry Day in May of this year to demand low cost Aboriginal housing in the Block. The Block on Everleigh and Vine streets is now the most valuable vacant lot in Sydney less than 2 km from the CBD but it was once home to 100 Aboriginal families.
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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Sydney March in May rally ends in sit down protest.

Tens of thousands of protestors concerned about welfare, health and education cuts to the Federal budget rallied at Belmore Park in Sydney then marched on George Street. Towards the end of the rally students from UTS and others blocked George Street with a sit-in. There were several arrests.

Marchers along George Street
March in May proceeds along George Street
Protestors rally at Belmore Park
Police move in to make arrests at a sit down protest on George Street at the end of the march.
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Monday, March 24, 2014

Cardinal Pell Gives Evidence at the Royal Commission Hearings in Sydney

Outside the Royal Commission hearings into institutional responses to child sexual assault in Sydney.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

March in March Sydney Rally in Belmore Park and March along George Street

Rallying at Belmore Park
All you need is luv at Belmore Park
Marching for everybody's human rights near Central station, Sydney
Marching along George Street

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Friday, February 14, 2014

Rally for The 10th Anniversary of TJ Hickey's Death

Some of the supporters waiting for the rally in Waterloo.
TJ's mother Gail Hickey places a symbolic plaque where TJ died.
On February 14th 2014 family and supporters of indigenous teenager TJ Hickey rally at the site where he died in 2004 during a police chase. They are calling for a proper investigation and permission to erect a permanent plaque at the fenceline.

The family of TJ Hickey standing in front of the fence where he was impaled after a police chase in 2004

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Say No To Another Stolen Generation Rally

Deni placing signs outside NSW parliament before the rally.

On the anniversary of the Australian government's 'Apology to the Stolen Generations' a rally was held outside the New South Wales Parliament House in Sydney to support Aboriginal families still fighting to have their children returned.
Aunty Hazel of Grandmothers from Gunnedah Against Removals