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This election campaign is shaping up on the north coast and is fantastic at raising the issue of the communities’ wishes to keep the northern rivers gasfield free.

The Liberal/National Party is wanting you to vote 1 for them.  All the other parties are reminding people to vote 1 for them and to number every square and put the Liberal/National Party last.

I just worked on an ad for the North East Forest Alliance’s Forests4Every campaign to give koalas a say.  The koalas want you to remember them.

At the www.Vote1Koalas.org  website there is a quirky ad to remind people of our threatened species when it comes to vote. They also want to remind you to Vote 1 for Koalas and number every square and put the Liberal/National Party last.

Jimmy Malecki, Coraki

 


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