During the weekend’s CSG protest party on Dayne Pratzky’s farm at Wieambilla in the middle of the Kenya Gasfield near Tara in southeast Queensland, CSG event organisers Nick Hanlon, left, and Amanda Shoebridge, right, announced that they had joined forces with music promoter Annie Wright, centre, to form Aussies Against Fracking, a movement to enable members of the entertainment industry to voice their opposition to coal seam gas (CSG) mining. Many of these performers sent video messages of support to those on the anti-CSG frontline. Photo Eve Jeffery
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