Nanna Kathy grew up on a property on the Pilliga Road near Coonamble. Sydney Nannas and Friends spent a morning driving around the property, listening to her brother Don talk about life on a farm and the importance of the Great Artesian Basin to this area for drinking water for stock. It’s too salty forContinue reading “Sydney Nannas visit farm and bore”
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends were advised to leave Warren early to see the most birds at the Macquarie Marshes. We tried but unfortunately we didn’t get to “Burrima” early enough. ‘ “Burrima” is a private property with a 2km boardwalk across the marshes. It is along the Carinda Road, a bitumen road but quiteContinue reading “Sydney Nannas view Macquarie Marshes”
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends’ first stop in Warren was at the Window on the Wetland Centre (WOW). An information centre built around an old church moved from the town.
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends are leaving the “cafes, dinner parties and wine bars of our inner cities” to find out what people living in north-western NSW want the state and federal governments to spend our money on instead of expanding the gas industry. The Sydney Knitting Nannas’ #fundourfuturenotgas listening tour will start in WarrenContinue reading “Sydney Knitting Nannas Fund Our Future NOT GAS Listening Tour”
Links to Good News articles
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends were outside NSW Parliament yesterday handing out information about the 12 expired Petroleum Exploration Licences, the so-called Zombie PELs.
Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends will be at the top of Martin Place today from 11am to 1pm as the NSW parliament debates Justin Field’s bill to extinguish the zombie PELs. So here’s an explainer……….
The Sydney Knitting Nannas and Friends held a knit-in outside Tanya Plibersek’s office in Redfern on 29 April. They wanted her to know that they do not want taxpayer dollars spent on the expansion of the gas industry.