Over 100 people gathered in Town Hall Park to express their concerns about the Dugeon Point coal terminal. The local paper, The Daily Mercury, described it as a 'colourful and peaceful protest that culminated in a song'.
Check out these photos from the Dudgeon Point Picnic on Saturday the 6th of April. The photos show the strong wind direction straight towards Mackay- the way dust will blow if Dudgeon Point is built!
Communities Protecting our Region
Media Release: Daly Bay Responsible for Black Coal in Our Blue Ocean
Friday 12th of April,
Communities Protecting our Region has condemned the inadequate water treatment at Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminals that has allowed coal-laden waters to run from the terminals into the nearby creeks for the third year running.
Investigation by the community group has shown that the majority of black water was coming from the Dalrymple Bay stormwater.
Watch this video of our photo album that tells the story of how CPR began and the journey we have made...