Fullerton Cove court decision – 28 March – Macquarie St Sydney

The Fullerton Cove court determination is to be handed down on Thursday the 28th of March, at 4 pm, at the Land and Environment Court, 225 Macquarie St, Sydney.

Meet out the front of the L&E Court at 4:00pm to show your support for the Fullerton Cove residents.

The court will decide if Dart Energy is required to complete a much needed Environmental Impact Assessment of their coal seam gas project located next to residents, Newcastle’s drinking water and Ramsar wetlands.

RSVP to Prue Bodsworth  newcastle@wilderness.org.au
The Wilderness Society Newcastle

Metgasco suspends operations in Northern Rivers

13 March 2013 – Metgasco has suspended operations in Northern Rivers!

A blockade has been running since Nov 20 with numerous arrests first at Glenugie (8th Jan) and then at Doubtful Creek site. But they did it. The community united and stopped this unwanted threat to envrionment and water.

Ironic to have a Clarence Valley pro-CSG councillor today say how ‘sad’ it was to see a company “hounded and harrassed”. This is the attitude communities have to work against, the corporate seen as a ‘person with feelings.” and the community wanting to have a say portrayed as the bully!

http://www.northernstar.com.au/news/metgasco-gives-up-for-now/1789976 http://www.csgfreenorthernrivers.org/?p=2292

24 March – Stop CSG Sydney – monthly meeting

Reminder – our next StopCSG Sydney Monthly Meeting is on Sunday 24 March from 4 – 6pm.
Location is Herb Greedy Hall, Petersham Rd, Marrickville. This is just off Marrickville Rd, opposite the Marrickville Town Hall & library building. There is parking on Marrickville Rd or above Banana Joes.

Anyone interested is welcome to attend to find out more about stopping CSG mining.

This meeting will include a report back from the Lock the Gate ‘Call to Country’ event including a video, a report back from Daniel Robins on the Campbelltown rally last Sunday and suggestions for a new campaign including a water catchment tour, followed by community outreach put forward by Josie Evans.