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2015/05/24 21:23
2015/05/24 21:23
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A COFFS Harbour quarry company that extracted more than six times its limit of material in a single year has been fined $106,500 and ordered to pay $90,000 in legal costs. Wyanga Holdings, now...
2015/05/24 21:23
2015/05/24 21:23
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2015/05/22 20:57
2015/05/22 20:57
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A COFFS Harbour quarry company that extracted more than six times its limit of material in a single year has been fined $106,500 and ordered to pay $90,000 in legal costs. Wyanga Holdings, now...
2015/05/19 20:15
2015/05/19 20:15
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SWEPT aside by Goverment approval of Cockatoo Coal's major coal stockpile and train load-out facility development now under construction just outside Moura, some frustrated landholders want...
2015/05/19 00:55
2015/05/19 00:55
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Lynn Newberry of Manilla is not at all impressed with the reaction of Tamworth mayor Col Murray to the concerns of Manilla residents opposed to the proposed poultry development on Strathfield. Lynn...
2015/05/18 18:55
2015/05/18 18:55
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Bob Wales and Matthew Fletcher, vice-president and president of the Namoi River Community Group write to points out a number of intering points in the continuing saga of Baiada’s plans for five...
2015/05/18 14:46
2015/05/18 14:46
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SYDNEY Lord Mayor Clover Moore wants advertisers using electronic billboards in the city to give her 15 per cent of their ad space — so she can promote herself for free. The messages she wants to get...
2015/05/15 08:19
2015/05/15 08:19
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A property developer who illegally demolished a 100-year-old shopfront in Annandale has been fined $200,000. A property developer who illegally demolished a 100-year-old shopfront in Annandale has...
2015/05/14 04:16
2015/05/14 04:16
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IN a major environmental win, a waste resource recovery facility proposed for Somersby has finally been quashed by the highest court in the land after nine years of legal wrangling. Originally...
2015/05/12 18:55
2015/05/12 18:55
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RESIDENTS opposed to Baiada’s planned $80 million broiler operation at Manilla have questioned the project’s stated employment benefits after allegations of worker exploitation were aired against the...
2015/05/11 09:15
2015/05/11 09:15
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The NSW Land an Environment Court has overturned a controversial plan to build a function centre in a Newcastle park, setting an important precedent for future attempts to develop recreational space...
2015/05/11 06:26
2015/05/11 06:26
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Heritage orders deliberately flouted by 'cunning' property developer who demolished building in Annandale, court hears A property developer who illegally demolished a heritage Edwardian building in...
2015/05/08 20:57
2015/05/08 20:57
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DEVELOPERS will appeal Coffs Harbour City Council's rejection of a controversial subdivision proposal for Emerald Beach. In March, Coffs Harbour councillors voted against an application by Pridel...
2015/05/07 18:55
2015/05/07 18:55
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SHENHUA Watermark appears a giant step closer to earning approval for its $1.2 billion coal mine on the Liverpool Plains, after claiming a panel of scientists provided “irrefutable confirmation” the...
2015/05/05 10:55
2015/05/05 10:55
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AN $8 million hatchery turning out three million one-day-old chicks every week has been approved for building in Tamworth this year – despite strong objections from nearby residents. AN $8 million...
2015/05/04 18:55
2015/05/04 18:55
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CONCERNS over the impact of Shenhua Watermark’s proposed $1.2 billion coal mine on one of Australia’s most iconic animals will form the basis of a legal challenge against the project’s...
2015/05/03 07:15
2015/05/03 07:15
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EXCLUSIVE: Wollongong City Council has again become involved with a private waste disposal and recycling facility that it later found was violating the terms of its development approval. Wollongong...
2015/04/28 11:17
2015/04/28 11:17
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LKAB (STO:LKAB101) (STO:LKAB102) The global iron ore market continues to be influenced by the structural oversupply of iron ore fines. The price level was reflected in LKAB’s operating profit for the...
2015/04/28 03:36
2015/04/28 03:36
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MR Murwillumbah has cleaned up his act. In 2013 we reported Phil Taylor was taking on the 'two big Cs' - cancer and council, and it seems he's now on top of both matters. It took the escalation of...
2015/05/24 21:23
2015/05/24 21:23
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