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May 13, 2021

A night with Muzz: stories from the front line

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Murray ‘Muzz’ Drechsler left the Northern Rivers three years ago to try to prevent the Leard State Forest from being turned into a massive coal mine.

Murray 'Muzz' Drechsler has spent over 1000 days on the front line in and around Maules Creek in the fight against the coalmonster. Photo Tree Faerie.
Murray ‘Muzz’ Drechsler has spent over 1000 days on the front line in and around Maules Creek in the fight against the coalmonster. Photo Tree Faerie.

A resident of Main Arm, Muzz has been camping for years in and around Maules Creek and on March 15 celebrated 1000 days on the front line.

His companion throughout this one thousand plus day campaign has been Dubi the dingo who is the subject of a brand new video from Cloudcatcher Media.

After many arrests, the coal monster is marching on but Muzz is taking some time out to share his story with the people of the Northern Rivers tomorrow night from 7pm at the Kohinur Hall, Upper Main Arm.

Come along and find out what Muzz has been up up with Front Line Action on coal and where he is off to next and maybe help with some donations to him me there.
Delicious food is available on the night and Dallas James will be joining in with a special guest performance!

$10 on the door.

For more information visit: www.facebook.com/events/1622809467963888.

 

 


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