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When a protest for justice becomes the threat

moree rabbit_and_flagWalking into McDonalds in downtown Moree on Good Friday in my Tent Embassy protest T-shirt I felt a bit like Anna Bligh would've if she walked into Campbell Newman's victory celebrations at the Brisbane Hilton after the declaration of the polls.

I'm glad there were security cameras aplenty to monitor any unsavoury behaviour of its customers in the iconic global restaurant chain as a...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 April 2012 20:32

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Country is the Most Valuable Resource

land archaeologyCoal mining not only poisons rivers, the coal dust blows off coal stockpiles onto vast tracks of bush at the mine site and mangrove forests at the export port. The dust sits on the leaves and stops the plant from turning CO2 into oxygen. The dust blocks the sunlight from reaching the green leaves stopping the process of photosynthesis which traps carbon. There are many environmental risks associated with...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 April 2012 20:31

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