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The Uralla screening will take place, as usual, on the last Tuesday of the month:

Stop Adani: A Mighty Force!

March 27 at 6pm
McCrossin’s Mill, Uralla

Followed by Discussion: Protecting Water and Life in Our Region.

Feel free to bring a drink and some nibbles.

 

Australian artist and film-maker, Philippe Mora, investigates his father’s clandestine role in the French Résistance in WW2 and his mother’s miraculous escape enroute to Auschwitz. From LA to Berlin, Paris to Melbourne, Monsieur Mayonnaise is a richly layered, road movie starring artists, real life heroes, Nazi villains … and baguettes with lashings of tasty French mayonnaise! Stay for dinner and discussion after the screening. Entry free, donations welcome. At Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street, Armidale.

The Armidale Community Garden is open on 4 afternoons a week, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from around 1pm until dusk when the chooks agree to being shut in for the night.

See the link for further details.

Time and time again generations of Australian workers have come together, to stand up against injustice, inequality, and greed.

The Turnbull government - and many in big business - will do everything they can to stop us, to demonise us, or to make this task as hard as possible.

Because they fear the power of working people banding together.

Because when Australians work together, we are mighty, and unbreakable.

Be mighty. Be unbreakable. Let's Change the Rules.

Join us on 19 August to plan how we can act in our communities to build the campaign.

Join Socialist Alliance New England at Charlie's Last Stand, 1/234 Beardy Street, 2350 Armidale, New South Wales.

At Kent House, 141 Faulkner Street, Armidale.

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.

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