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Work continues at Carmichael rail line despite protest

TWO protestors attempted to disrupt work on Bravus Mining & Resources’ Carmichael rail line on the Gregory Highway in Queensland by locking themselves to machinery.

 The protestors said their action was in solidarity with indigenous people.

The protestors said their action was in solidarity with indigenous people.

Their efforts did little to slow project of the construction project, however. The protestors said their action was in solidarity with indigenous people "oppressed by Adani's coal projects in India...

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