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For those in the region wishing to extend their oppositional activities to this greatest potential scourge to natural systems in our region since the cedar cutters attacked the Big Scrub, weekly meetings are taking place in Lismore every Wednesday at 6.30pm at the Workers Club with direct action high on the agenda. Training is offered in non-violent direct action.

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Jill Keogh, Federal

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