Dr Jo Samuel-King, vice-president of Blue Wedge, said yesterday's meeting with lawyers was promising and an application for an injunction from the Supreme Court to stop the trial dredging would be lodged today.
"Our legal team strongly advised us that we had a good case using the Environmental Effects Act," she
said."It's very simple - the act prohibits works commencing until the environmental effects process has been completed.It's not completed - therefore the works cannot proceed."Dr Samuel-King
denied any involvement with renegade activists who spray-painted "Don't bugger the bay" and other slogans outside the offices of Premier Steve Bracks and four of his
The activists also dumped bucketloads of sand in the entrance to each office.
"That is not what Blue Wedge
is about," she