Over 100 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people stand strong for water, country and climate - occupying Parliament House foyer for over an hour
Today, over 100 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from across the continent, alongside, non-Indigenous allies, came together to occupy the foyer of Parliament House in Canberra and speak up for the protection of country, water and our climate.
A delegation of Northern Territory farmers, tourism operators, traditional owners and concerned community members have arrived in Canberra today to call for national leadership to ban fracking and protect our climate.
The group have met with federal MPs and Senators during the final sittings of parliament for the year, concluding a 4800km fact-finding tour from the Northern Territory through Queensland and Central NSW gasfield impacted regions...Read more
The latest announcement of a MOU between the Federal Government and NT Chief Minister Gunner to promote fracking has been labelled poor politicking and out of touch with the reality of the Fracking Inquiry recommendations...