There are 12 images in this gallery13 July 2006 - 6:08pm
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Rising Tide Newcastle placed Peabody Energy under temporary new management, deciding to cancel Peabody's entry into the Hunter Valley coal chain.
There are 14 images in this gallery16 August 2006 - 1:24pm
16th August 2006 - Newcastle Harbour declared Climate Disaster Zone. A road block was set up on the way into the Carrington coal loader, to alert drivers of the dangers of coal exports.
There are 20 images in this gallery25 September 2006 - 10:29am
The coal companies and their mates intent on turning the Gunnedah Basin from amazing bushland and fertile plains into wall-to-wall coal mines, had a conference in Gunnedah to discuss these plans. They called their conference "The New Coal Frontier".
The local farming community held a protest outside the conference, and were joined by people from other coalmining regions of NSW, and a handful of climate change activists from Newcastle.
There are 3 images in this gallery5 November 2006 - 5:41pm
Over 800 Novacastrians braved miserable weather to spell out "Beyond Coal" with their bodies, at the mouth of the world's biggest coal port. Organised by Climate Action Newcastle
There are 6 images in this gallery25 November 2006 - 12:38am
24th November 2006 - The Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile hides from the release of the final report of the Cole Inquiry, by coming to Newcastle to official open the Sandgate Rail Flyover. Rising Tide crashed the party, calling for, among other things, a Coal Inquiry.