1 February 2023 – Hurdles pile up for projects to stave off gas shortage. The watchdog cited numerous reasons for the delays, including environmental activism and, more recently, last year’s shock court ruling on Santos’ Barossa gas project in the Timor Sea, which has increased requirements around Indigenous consultation. AFR

6 December 2022 – “It’s time to be the crowd” Knitting Nannas tell protest against jailing of climate activist City Hub Sydney

5 December 2022 – Why was climate activist Violet Coco given a jail sentence and what are the laws against protesting? SBS News

13 October 2022 – Knitting Nannas mount court challenge to NSW anti-protest laws The Guardian

25 August 2022 – Activist investors expand Santos lawsuit Michael West Media

14 July 2022 – Activists protest oil company’s efforts to overturn Native Title rights City Hub

15 June 2022 – Climate groups blast minister’s support of new Australian gas projects as ‘fact-free spin’ The Guardian

10 April 2022 – Opposition grows to Santos push to undermine Gomeroi rights. Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends outside the Federal Court support Gomeroi people. The Green Left

9 February 2022 – Queensland government faulted for slow response to gas seep and calling Knitting Nannas a ‘risk’ The Guardian

9 June 2021 – University of Sydney Environment Collective and Knitting Nannas in Martin Place urged the Morrison government to abandon the $600m Kurri Kurri Gas Power Plant project. Honi Soit

1 September 2017 – KNAG power: knitting nannas on the march against fracking polluters. We’re standing by the highway, on public land deep inside the Pilliga forest, snapping an idyllic scene. Sydney Morning Herald

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