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In the lead-up to the federal election, Lock the Gate are reminding people that the threat of CSG hasn’t gone away.

To highlight the issue, two movies are premiering at Star Court Theatre tomorrow night: Fractured Country: An Unconventional Invasion, by Brendan Shoebridge, and Undermining Australia: Coal vs Communities by David Lowe.

The evening kicks off at 7pm with live music from local performers and the movies will be launched at 8pm by Lock the Gate president Drew Hutton.

Tickets are $20 and can be booked on the Star Court Theatre website.


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