This Friday 15th July the Knitting Nannas Against Coal and Gas Pitt Water will be paying a visit to
NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes to demand that he give a better deal to the people of Bylong
and Wollar. Just this week pioneer farmer Peter Andrews has vowed not to leave his family farm at Tarwyn Park
in direct defiance of Korean Coal Company Kepco. The rules for coal mine approvals in NSW are unfair. Approvals are based on biased information provided
by mining companies, with dissenting viewpoints downplayed or ignored. This Friday is your chance to join us in Pitt Water to tell the NSW Planning Minister that NSW communities
deserve the right to appeal the merits of coal approvals in court. Can you join us at Rob Stoke's office in Mona Vale on Friday?