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I’ll Have Your Sunburnt Country — poem by G. Adani

Many of you may not know that Mr Gautam Adani writes poetry in his spare time. He has written this poem for Australians… “I’ll Have Your Sunburnt Country” A poem by Mr Gautam Adani I love a Sunburnt Country, A land of leaking brains Of coal-fired power stations And sulphuric acid rains. I love her politicians With their billion dollar loan Their greed and […] full article »

Stop Adani spelt out in Armidale

Over 130 people gathered in front of Barnaby Joyce’s office in Armidale to tell him loudly and clearly to “Stop Adani”. The action was one of over 45 events held across Australia with thousands of people creating human signs to spell out “StopAdani”, from Bondi to Bells Beach, Suva to the Whitsundays, Melbourne to Airlie Beach, […] full article »

Stop Adani spelt out in Armidale

Video: Armidale Spells It Out for Barnaby Joyce: Stop Adani!

120 Armidalians joined thousands of people across Australia for a National Big Day of Action, forming human signs to spell it out to politicians that we must #StopAdani. See all the photos on Flickr. full article »

Video: Armidale Spells It Out for Barnaby Joyce: Stop Adani!

Waste Action group to have their first meeting

[ Tuesday, 17 Oct; 5:30 pm; ] First of all welcome to this group; secondly apologies for the the length of time it has taken to contact you all. The first meeting will take place on Tuesday 17 October at 5.30 pm at SNELCC offices in Hanna’s Arcade, ground floor, half way along. Hope this suits the majority of those who have […] full article »

Waste Action group to have their first meeting

Follow up to October Forum: Behaviour Modification

Here is an outline of the presentation last night and three web sites relevant to John Malouff’s talk. To save paper, John decided not to distribute the materials in person. Difficulties in changing human behaviour Humans are habitual Behaviours compete Behaviour causes are complex, including: values, motivations, thoughts, emotions, siuations Best bets for change Your own behaviours Behaviour of your children or […] full article »

Follow up to October Forum: Behaviour Modification

Armidale Joins #StopAdani National Day of Action Oct 7

[ Saturday, 7 Oct; 11:00 am; ] Armidale joins the National #StopAdani Big Day of Action spelling it out our politicians on Saturday Oct 7. When: From 11:00AM to 11:30AM, Saturday, October 7 Where: In front of Barnaby Joyce’s Office in the Mall in Armidale Wear: BLACK! top to shoes Bea Bleile, one of the organisers, said “The mine Adani wants to build in the […] full article »

Armidale Joins #StopAdani National Day of Action Oct 7

Community planting — Dumaresq Creek downstream of Niagara Street

[ Sunday, 8 Oct; 8:30 am; ] Details of the working bee are as follows: Time: 8.30 am Date: Sunday 8th October, 2017 Location: Dumaresq Creek downstream of Niagara Street along bicycle way or access off Northcott Street via Erskine street. What to bring: BYO long sleeved shirt, long pants and sturdy boots. Please also bring gloves, broad brim hat and sunscreen. […] full article »

Community planting — Dumaresq Creek downstream of Niagara Street

Progressive Cinema presents: Chasing Coral

[ Thursday, 12 Oct; 6:30 pm; ] Progressive Cinema presents: Chasing Coral at 6:30pm on Thursday, 12th October, 2017, at Kent House in Faulkner Street opposite Central Park, Armidale. Join us for discussion and community dinner after the film. Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why […] full article »

Progressive Cinema presents: Chasing Coral

Costa Rica setting the bar for sustainability

Costa Rica has broken its own record for sustainable energy production and had another UNESCO Biosphere Reserve declared within its borders, all before the end of July 2017. Phew! Aiming to be the first carbon neutral country in the world by 2021, Costa Ricans have set themselves high standards in sustainability. Over the last 30 years […] full article »

Costa Rica setting the bar for sustainability

Queensland and Northern Territory lead the way on racist place name changes

Both Queensland and the Northern Territory have made moves this month to review and change place names which could be offensive and hurtful to Aboriginal people. Ten racist place names in northern Queensland will be re-named. In May Queensland’s Department of Natural Resources and Mines responded to community concerns about one place name by removing it from […] full article »

Queensland and Northern Territory lead the way on racist place name changes

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