Supporters on both sides of Lynas divide face off outside Parliament

Geraldine Tong

Modified 10 Apr 2019, 7:25 am

Two groups on opposite ends of the controversy surrounding the local operations of Australian rare earth mining firm Lynas protested outside Parliament today while facing each other along the road.

A group of about 250 people, comprising mostly Lynas employees, and another group of about 250 anti-Lynas campaign supporters marched on Parliament today around 9am to hand over their respective memoranda...

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