GALLERY: How these women cleaned up Port Kembla

By Ben Langford
Updated February 18 2014 - 5:54am, first published February 14 2014 - 11:00am
Port Kembla residents Helen Hamilton and Olive Rodwell on Reservoir Street. Picture: ADAM McLEAN
Copper smelter protesters march along Military Road in Port Kembla.
Helen Hamilton attends court for her freedom of information case.

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Premier Bob Carr waving to protesters after leaving the launch of the copper smelter upgrade.
Barrister Tim Robertson at a meeting with Port Kembla residents about the copper smelter.
Helen Hamilton at the NSW Land and Environment Court.
Protests against the opening of the copper smelter.
Pam Sloan, Lurline Bell, Pam Michell and Peggy Stransky protest against the sale of Port Kembla Public School.

For most of its 49-year life, the mighty copper smelter stack reigned unchallenged as the dominant landmark in Port Kembla.

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