The press keeps coming. This article just out in the Daily Telegraph is the best yet. The Crikey one is worth reading and sharing around too. The Australian copied the Courier Mail article and there will be something different in mX this afternoon also. The Brisbane Times (and SMH) article has been the third most popular today and I’m sure both Santos and GoMA are getting sick of media calls. I’d appreciate it if folk could comment, or reply to comments on these articles.
It is still uncertain whether we will target the artwork on Sunday. We have some good ideas and the media is obviously keen. But the increased police presence may make it smarter to make them wait and do it another time. However, we will be there handing out flyers (attached) and asking questions in tours. We need more people so please let us know if you can spare a couple hours in Brisbane on Sunday.
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