Read more about these topics on links to articles and ….. how the art of ‘imping’ saves birds of prey, the transformation of outback Victoria and how gas demand was slashed in the British winter.Continue reading “Good News 17 March 2022”
Violet is free
Sydney Nannas once again were up early to support Violet Coco outside court before her appeal hearing at the Downing Centre Court. Violet was sentenced in December to a 15-month jail term with a non-parole period of eight months.
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Nannas out and about
Sydney Nannas have been busy over the last week at various events all over Sydney and beyond. Here’s a round up of activities. Continue reading “Nannas out and about”
Save ancient rock art
The Traditional Custodians of Murujuga are asking for our support to save ancient rock art from Woodside’s Burrup Hub gas project. The rock art has been nominated for World Heritage listing but it needs protection from Woodside’s huge polluting gas project.Continue reading “Save ancient rock art”
Good News 10 March 2023
More than 100 countries have agreed on the High Seas Treaty, aiming to bring 30 per cent of the world’s land and sea under protection by 2030. Continue reading “Good News 10 March 2023”
NSW Political Party Scorecard
How do the NSW Political Parties rate on issues important to Sydney Nannas? How do you find your electorate and candidates and what are the parties’ policies?Continue reading “NSW Political Party Scorecard”
Nanna visits Takayna
New Nanna Cathy has recently visited the blockade in Takayna in the northwest of Tasmania. Here is her story……Continue reading “Nanna visits Takayna”
Craftivism Exhibition Slideshow
Nannas and friends who missed out on seeing the Sydney Knitting Nannas’ first craftivism exhibition last weekend can view our slideshow.Continue reading “Craftivism Exhibition Slideshow”
Once again Sydney Knitting Nannas supported the students at the School Strike 4 Climate event on Friday afternoon. However, numbers were down this year due to the rain.Continue reading “School Strike”
Senate inquiry into fracking the Beetaloo Basin
A long-running Senate inquiry into fracking the Beetaloo Basin is in it’s final stages. The Senators on the Committee need to know we are watching and calling on them to listen to the strong opposition of the Traditional Owners.
Pick a Senator and drop them a line.