Jail for protestors after locking themselves to NQET conveyor belt

TWO environmental activists arrested on Tuesday morning for disrupting work at Abbot Point Operations’ North Queensland Export Terminal have been denied bail in Bowen Court in Queensland and remanded in custody.

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Police were forced to cut them out of the dragon sleeves and off the conveyor belt.

Juliet Lamont and Kyle Magee locked themselves to a conveyor belt at the port and were arrested after taking a similar action last week at Hay Point Coal Terminal in Mackay.