ENVIRONMENT

Activists should have the book thrown at them: Pitt

ENVIRONMENTAL activists who tried to disrupt the Port of Newcastle in New South Wales should face the full force of the law following a series of dangerous stunts, according to federal resources minister Keith Pitt.

 Blockade Australia protest at the Port of Newcastle.

Blockade Australia protest at the Port of Newcastle.

Protestors from activist group Blockade Australia staged a series of protests including hanging from ropes and driving cars onto rail lines to block trains coming into the port. "This is what real political...

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