New laws are set to target fossil fuel protesters

By Mike Foley
Updated March 14 2016 - 11:12am, first published March 9 2016 - 9:48am
Coonamble farmer Neil Kennedy locked on at Santos Pilliga project in 2014. He said CSG opponents will protest harder following the proposed new penalties.
Coonamble farmer Neil Kennedy locked on at Santos Pilliga project in 2014. He said CSG opponents will protest harder following the proposed new penalties.

NSW Government wants to make it harder for protesters to disrupt gas and mining on private land.

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