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Climate activists continue efforts as Adani prepares to ship first coal cargo seven years behind schedule

By EVA BAXTER The Adani coal mine is set on exporting its first coal before the year is over. Having already blown Adani’s schedule out by seven years, climate activists continue their efforts to stop Adani. Frontline Action on Coal (FLAC), a movement aiming to end fossil fuel extraction through community-led, non-violent action, has reported […]

Independents’ success offers silver lining

BY MERRILL WITT The newly elected Prime Minister Scott Morrison credited the “quiet Australians” for the Coalition's surprising election win. But the campaign to dislodge Independent Kerryn Phelps from the formerly safe Liberal seat of Wentworth was anything but quiet. In the final few days leading up to last Saturday’s election, Wentworth voters were bombarded […]

Adani protest: getting the facts right

BY WENDY BACON In a sign that the NSW state is increasingly encircling the lives of young people, Stop Adani organisers found themselves in court last Friday defending their right to march down King Street Newtown, a site of many previous street protests. Stop Adani gave notice of an intention to march from Camperdown Park […]

Line in the sand for Adani

BY ANITA SENARATNA   On Saturday October 7, thousands of Australians will be donning red and black and forming human signs saying ‘STOP ADANI’ on beaches and parks across the country to protest the Indian mining conglomerate’s proposed coal mine in Queensland’s Galilee Basin. In Sydney, the local branch of the Stop Adani campaign have […]