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Canberra Convoy One Year On: The Sad and Brutal Final Hours

Notices went up around the Epic Showgrounds telling campers they must depart midday of Sunday 13 February, 2022, that is, less than 24 hours after the march on Parliament House. The notices claimed that the Canberra Show had been pre-booked… Continue Reading →

Anxiety Grips Canberra’s Freedom Camp

By John Stapleton Twenty four hours after a jubilant atmosphere gripped Canberra, with a massive protest involving crowds estimated between 500,000 and a million in one of the largest protest gatherings in Australian history, a deep anxiety has afflicted the… Continue Reading →

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