Anti-mosque group's existential court crisis

The Canberra Times 9 November 2012

What's in a name? For the group calling itself the Concerned Citizens of Canberra, potentially quite a bit. The vocal objectors to the proposed Gungahlin mosque are facing an existential crisis in the ACT Supreme Court.

The group took legal action against the project in August this year, initially challenging the government's refusal to extend a public comment period.

And the court heard this morning their case now included a challenge to "the substantive decision itself". (continue reading...)