Climate blockade brigade to defy rail union safety plea

By Jack Gramenz
Updated July 10 2024 - 5:55pm, first published 5:51pm
A union has written to protesters blocking trains, warning of safety issues for activists and staff. (Paul Miller/AAP PHOTOS)
A union has written to protesters blocking trains, warning of safety issues for activists and staff. (Paul Miller/AAP PHOTOS)

Climate activists plan to continue a disruptive campaign near the world's biggest coal port despite rail union fears it will end in injuries or death as another protester faces court.

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