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Protest cuts coal to Port of Newcastle

AN ACTIVIST suspended from a bipod has blocked all trains heading to the world's biggest coal port as part of a coordinated protest that also involved ports at Melbourne and Brisbane.

 The activist was suspended from a bipod on the Kooragang Rail Bridge to block all trains heading to the Port of Newcastle.

The activist was suspended from a bipod on the Kooragang Rail Bridge to block all trains heading to the Port of Newcastle.

The activist, who identified herself as Raffi, 22, suspended herself from the bipole at Kooragang Rail Bridge at around 7am yesterday, blocking the coal rail line. Port of Newcastle was targeted because...

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