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2014/10/25 01:22
2014/10/25 01:22
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Farmers near the Pilliga State Forest are taking legal action against Santos and their coal seam gas exploration in a bid to all of the company's information relating to possible contamination at the...
2014/10/25 01:22
2014/10/25 01:22
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2014/10/24 15:55
2014/10/24 15:55
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Rio Tinto’s Australian coal boss has hit out at the NSW planning system, saying it has reached a “state of crisis” and that urgent ­action is needed to protect jobs. The state’s mining sector has...
2014/10/23 13:47
2014/10/23 13:47
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SYDNEY’S slumlords will have their power, water and gas cut off for operating illegal or dangerous hostels, under tough new planning laws. The state government has finally taken action against...
2014/10/23 08:27
2014/10/23 08:27
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Gullen Range wind farm vows to fight turbine tear-down order As the Federal Government signals its intention to scale back renewable energy investment and the New South Wales Government announces new...
2014/10/23 06:50
2014/10/23 06:50
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Maules Creek mine area inside the Leard State Forest: Whitehaven expects to move its first coal in January. Photo: Dean Sewell Whitehaven Coal will be restricted to clearing land during just 10 weeks...
2014/10/21 20:56
2014/10/21 20:56
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MINER Anglo American says it will consider all options to keep its Drayton South mine proposal alive but admits the project has been dealt a "shattering blow" in the form of rejection by the Planning...
2014/10/21 14:56
2014/10/21 14:56
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Whitehaven Coal chief executive Paul Flynn insists that tightening regulations in China and elsewhere around the world on coal quality and imports will actually suit Australia. Whitehaven Coal chief...
2014/10/21 11:44
2014/10/21 11:44
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CANOWINDRA: Sir David Attenborough takes a close look at the 360 million year old fossils at Canowindra’s Age of Fishes Museum DUBBO: Jason Owen and Amber Lawrence gave St Johns Primary School...
2014/10/21 04:56
2014/10/21 04:56
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BAIADA Poultry could again fall foul of the state’s environmental authority after an effluent spill at its Tamworth abattoir. BAIADA Poultry could again fall foul of the state’s environmental...
2014/10/21 03:26
2014/10/21 03:26
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Both Labor and the Liberal Party have put any plans to build a new rail tunnel on the south coast line north of Thirroul on hold. A petition of nearly 3000 signatures calling for the current...
2014/10/19 10:19
2014/10/19 10:19
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A powerful Chinese couple's plan to demolish one of Sydney's most expensive houses will be decided by Woollahra Council tonight. A powerful Chinese couple's plan to demolish one of Sydney's most...
2014/10/18 22:55
2014/10/18 22:55
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A central coast farmer who was the innocent victim of an illegal dumping operation in which thousand of tonnes of asbestos contaminated soil was tipped on his property, is now embroiled in a fight...
2014/10/18 19:44
2014/10/18 19:44
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It rises to twice the height of the front wall and blocks the driveway. At the rear, the garden is packed with rubbish. It rises to twice the height of the front wall and blocks the driveway. At the...
2014/10/17 13:48
2014/10/17 13:48
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Wrongdoers can be named and shamed: Pru Goward. Photo: Rob Homer Miners and developers who break conditions of development consent because the fine for doing so is dwarfed by the profits to be made...
2014/10/16 04:26
2014/10/16 04:26
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Petrol spill in Sydney's Botany Bay could cost Caltex $2 million, EPA says A large petrol spill in July off Botany Bay port could result in a $2 million fine for Caltex. The petrol spilled between...
2014/10/15 21:55
2014/10/15 21:55
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The Crookwell District Landscape Guardians have strongly criticised the Gullen Range Wind Farm for its “arrogant assertion” that it will continue to operate the 69 illegally located Gullen Range...
2014/10/15 21:55
2014/10/15 21:55
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Latest news from around the Southern Inlands and overnight updates from around the world. Good morning, and welcome to the Southern Inlands Brekkie Blog. Each morning we'll keep you up to date with...
2014/10/15 17:22
2014/10/15 17:22
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Regional Express have paid Dubbo City Council more than $380,000 it owed for security screenings, settling a dispute that has played out between the parties for more than 12 months. Regional Express...
2014/10/15 17:15
2014/10/15 17:15
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Verdi's cafe closes its doors The owners of a popular Cliff Rd cafe have declared this weekend's trade will be its last, due to a long-running dispute with the body corporate in the building where it...
2014/10/13 20:55
2014/10/13 20:55
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THE Department of Planning and Environment has started legal proceedings against Gullen Range Wind Farm (GRWF) regarding nine turbines that it says were not built in approved locations. THE...
2014/10/25 01:22
2014/10/25 01:22
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