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CSG campaigners survey Broken Head

OPENING MOVES: Volunteers for the CSG-Free Byron Bay group assembled at Broken Head on Saturday morning to conduct a survey of residents in the area on the subject. It was the beginning of a longer campaign to gauge public interest in CSG mining. The rest of the shire will be surveyed in February.
OPENING MOVES: Volunteers for the CSG-Free Byron Bay group assembled at Broken Head on Saturday morning to conduct a survey of residents in the area on the subject. It was the beginning of a longer campaign to gauge public interest in CSG mining. The rest of the shire will be surveyed in February. Digby Hildreth


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