Ali the Camel had no intention of breaking a leg when he turned up at the Capital theatre for Bendigo Bank’s extraordinary general meeting yesterday. Kyneton police reported complaints by motorists concerned for the welfare of the stuffed animal.
Bendigo Bank, an Australian community bank and was set up to achieve a prosperous, sustainable community, is holding its AGM on Tuesday 29 January in Bendigo. Ali the Camel plans to attend. Press release from Australia Western Sahara Association, 24 January 2008.
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Photo of the Norwegian-Japanese owned vessel taken in Gibraltar 19 July 2007.
'Fish, pay and go'. These three words have long been used by green and anti-poverty activists to describe a raft of agreements, signed since 1979, under which European Union vessels scoop up as much fish as they can find from the waters of about 20 poor countries in the wider world. Little, if any, heed has been paid to the damage inflicted on marine ecology or to people living in coastal communities.
Another Greek bulk vessel is participating in the plundering of stolen phosphates from occupied Western Sahara. Check out these videos made 14 January 2008 in New Zealand.
Check out a unique video of the Moroccan state company OCP carrying out phosphate mining in Western Sahara.
A company document from 2007 reveals several of the oil firm\'s plans in the occupied territory.
A captain on the Icelandic vessel \"Que Sera Sera\" died of toxification while carrying out illegal fishing in occupied Western Sahara.