Knitting Nannas knitted outside Santos Place on Turbot Street on Friday. They received many toots and smiles from passing cars and people on the street…..proof that CEO Mr Kevin Gallagher should listen to his Nannas and get out of the […]
Yesterday, Sydney Knitting Nannas & Friends welcomed back both houses of parliament after the summer break. Singers and musicians entertained the public at the top end of Martin Place while Nannas talked to passers-by and handed out leaflets listing the
Water campaigners called on NSW Parliament to oppose the Coalition Government’s bid to allow massive floodplain harvesting of overland flows which will jeopardise the survival of the struggling Murray Darling Basin. Water for Rivers spokesperson Tracey Carpenter said, “Any bid
Yesterday, the Hastings-Macleay Knitting Nannas met with Federal MP PatConaghan in Port Macquarie to present him with their concerns about the impact of continuing fossil fuel extraction on a healthy environment. “Our children and grandchildren cannot live without clean water
Rosemary Jacob, a Darwin great-grandmother, celebrated her one year anniversary of staging solo anti-fracking protests outside Northern Territory Parliament on Wednesday January 27. She received a letter of support from Labor Senator Malarndirri McCarthy, and the Northern Territory speaker of
60 Second Docs is a series of quick documentaries about people and events around the world. Nannas from many loops are in this doco which is literally only a minute long.
Treechange Films brings you a 20 minute documentary of the Gloucester Kitting Nannas, a group of amazing women with a passion for knitting, and saving the planet!
A community group, the Mullaley Gas and Pipeline Accord (MGPA), has launched an appeal against the NSW Independent Planning Commission’s (IPC’s) approval of the controversial Narrabri Gas Project.
The Bylong Valley Protection Alliance (BVPA), represented by the Environmental Defenders Office, has successfully defended the Independent Planning Commission’s (IPC) refusal to approve a brand new coal mine on prime agricultural land in the Bylong Valley, NSW.