ANTI-CSG activists are gathering outside Grafton Court House this morning to support protesters arrested at the Glenugie site last month.
About 20 were erecting banners and holding signs outside the court by 9am.
Read more at The Northern Star
The photographs below were taken by The Mid North Coast Greens. We are in debt to those protesters who have exhausted their time, finances and energy, placing themselves in physically dangerous situations in their struggles to prevent the industrialisation of our beautiful rural landscape. Your land, anyone's land can be targetted by these greedy companies. There is plenty of gas in Australia for our needs, gas that does not require the drilling and fracking of our food producing land and our precious aquifers and waterways.
|Beautiful One Day, Toxic The Next|
|Benny outside Chris Gulaptis' (National MP) office|
|Carol outside Chris Gulaptis' office|
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|Some questions for Chris to answer|
|John Wyburn, a Grafton man, emerges from court after time in gaol because he refused certain bail conditions.|
|Rodney is interviewed by Prime 7|
|The 'Knitting Nanas Against Gas' strike again|
|Yes- The Greens were there|
|Those arrested on January 7 at Glenugie.|
Meanwhile the Doubtful Creek protest continues. Read more at The Northern Star
UPDATE 1.45PM: POLICE rescue officers have been unable to remove protester Matt Graham from his blockade installation device which is preventing vehicles entering Metgasco's Doubtful Creek site.