Politics in the Bush – We Need Your Help

Nick Cater is coming to Walcha.

Monday 29th April, 5pm
Walcha Bowling Club
Everyone welcome

He would like to hear from the source how regional communities are being impacted by the renewable energy transition. This is our opportunity to expose to the wider Australian public, the impact the Renewable roll-out is having on the Walcha community.

Many of you will recognize Nick Cater as a journalist for the Australian newspaper and through his role as host in “Reality Bites with Nick Cater” and “Nick Cater’s Battleground” on ADH TV.

In his own words ...

"After a 40-year career as a journalist, broadcaster, editor and think-tank director I am devoting my time to resiting the spread of bad ideas, challenging sub-prime thinking and standing up to vested interest groups who subvert public debate for personal gain.”

And from ADH TV ...

“Informed by decades of experience as a journalist, Cater provides critical analysis on the most pressing topics in Australia and around the globe. A Senior Fellow at the Menzies Research Centre, Cater offers an outstanding contribution to the conversation on public policy.”

We want to use this opportunity to showcase the plight of the Walcha Community as an example of what regional communities stand to lose in this poorly planned race to transition to renewable energy. We want to highlight how half-baked government policy is destroying the social fabric of regional communities. We want to highlight the effects large renewable projects are having on Walcha individuals, businesses and community.

This is really important and we are asking all concerned Walcha and New England community members to Please ...

Make sure our voice is heard.


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