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At Kent House in Armidale.

Over the past 15 years, numerous colonies of bees have been decimated throughout the world, but the causes of this disaster remain unknown. Depending on the world region, 50% to 90% of all local bees have disappeared, and this epidemic is still spreading from beehive to beehive – all over the planet. Everywhere, the same scenario is repeated: billions of bees leave their hives, never to return. No bodies are found in the immediate surroundings, and no visible predators can be located. 

The Indigenous Student Association (ISA) at UNE and Progressive Cinema present "SWEET COUNTRY", a film inspired by real events and set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory, Australia.

When Aboriginal stockman Sam (Hamilton Morris) kills white station owner Harry March (Ewen Leslie) in self-defence, Sam and his wife Lizzie (Natassia Gorey-Furber) go on the run. They are pursued across the outback, through glorious but harsh desert country.

At McCrossin's Mill in Uralla.

Over the past 15 years, numerous colonies of bees have been decimated throughout the world, but the causes of this disaster remain unknown. Depending on the world region, 50% to 90% of all local bees have disappeared, and this epidemic is still spreading from beehive to beehive – all over the planet. Everywhere, the same scenario is repeated: billions of bees leave their hives, never to return. No bodies are found in the immediate surroundings, and no visible predators can be located. 

The Indigenous Student Association (ISA) at UNE and Progressive Cinema present "SWEET COUNTRY", a film inspired by real events and set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory, Australia.

When Aboriginal stockman Sam (Hamilton Morris) kills white station owner Harry March (Ewen Leslie) in self-defence, Sam and his wife Lizzie (Natassia Gorey-Furber) go on the run. They are pursued across the outback, through glorious but harsh desert country.

We start with a meeting of New England Friends of Green Left which will be followed by our monthly branch Meeting of Socialist Alliance New England (SANE). In the Jacaranda Room at Hughes House behind Kent House in Faulkner Street opposite Central Park in Armidale, NSW. Friends and supporters welcome!

This documentary tells the stories of people whose lives were changed by renewable energy. It shows how renewable energy is revitalising communities and revitalising industries across the U.S.A..

Join us for dinner after the screening at Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street, Armidale. Entry and dinner free, donations welcome.

LANDS for FREEDOM portrays four farmers in the 21st century, passionate rebels and visionaries.
André, Giuseppe, Olga and Remy live and work in Belgium, Italy, Austria and Africa but they speak the same language, the Earth's.

Armidale Action on Coal Seam Gas and Mining and Progressive Cinema present SACRIFICE ZONE:

The backyard of New South Wales is facing its biggest threat yet – invasive gasfields. Betrayal by governments has meant protectors are fighting to save the things they love. The Pilliga, Great Artesian Basin, Liverpool Plains – all are at risk. 

This documentary tells the stories of people whose lives were changed by renewable energy. It shows how renewable energy is revitalising communities and revitalising industries across the U.S.A..

At McCrossin's Mill, Salisbury Street, Uralla.

Entry free, donations welcome.

Join us in Central Park for March Armidale 2017
“Finding Our Common Strength”
Uniting in National, Peaceful Actions for
"Accountability, Transparency and Decency"
Bring your family, friends, banners and star points.
There will be speakers, stalls, music and theatre
Come one come all, in solidarity for change!

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