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May 19, 2021

Government’s unlawful actions

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Re your article Comanchero president arrested at Cooly, Echonetdaily, January 7.

Unlawful actions? The Bjelke-Petersen government would have to take line honours for that wouldn’t it? Bikers pale in comparison.

The current Newman government is dumping thousands of tonnes of dredge tailings in the Great Barrier Reef National Park because that’s the cheapest option for those dumping it. They would have to rate very highly too, wouldn’t they?

The biggest coal port in the world: how many tankers a day will that be? All to suit Gina and Clive. Not to mention the impact on global warming that burning all that coal will have.

Graeme Cooney, Murwillumbah


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