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2014/12/22 01:26
2014/12/22 01:26
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Hunter coal mine expansion back on the table A controversial coal mining project that has been twice been rejected by the courts is back before the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC). The PAC...
2014/12/22 01:26
2014/12/22 01:26
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2014/12/16 11:15
2014/12/16 11:15
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LIVE: Three dead, including gunman, as police storm cafe. Don't forget to hit the refresh button for all the latest updates. 9.06pm: Martin Place opened again Sections of the Lindt building have...
2014/12/16 01:15
2014/12/16 01:15
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Suspected unauthorised sex service providers continue to advertise their businesses. Suspected unauthorised sex service providers continue to advertise their businesses without apparent fear of being...
2014/12/15 19:36
2014/12/15 19:36
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THE developer whose plans to build apartments on Bangalow's Station St were rejected by the Land and Environment Court now wants to demolish the aging weatherboard cottage on the site. Byron Shire...
2014/12/15 07:19
2014/12/15 07:19
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GREATER Hume Council facing potentially costly legal battle over facility. |EDITORIAL GREATER Hume Council is facing a potentially costly new year legal battle with Cleanaway about its plans to build...
2014/12/15 04:18
2014/12/15 04:18
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A Rio Tinto coal truck in the Hunter Valley. The NSW government has been accused of working in "partnership" with mining giant Rio Tinto to circumvent court rejections of a coalmining expansion...
2014/12/14 03:26
2014/12/14 03:26
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NSW tree clearing rules: Blue Mountains Council joins call for changes after illegal clearing complaints The Blue Mountains Council has called for changes to tree clearing rules created in response...
2014/12/13 21:36
2014/12/13 21:36
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THE remaining residents facing eviction from the Hastings Point Holiday Village are taking their case for compensation to the Supreme Court. The occupants of six homes in the park maintain the...
2014/12/13 08:55
2014/12/13 08:55
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FLORENCE Vorhauer will spend the next two months in jail awaiting sentence for deliberately slashing two police officers with a Stanley knife and throwing Molotov cocktails to avoid being...
2014/12/13 05:57
2014/12/13 05:57
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THE NATURE Conservation Council is calling on the NSW Government to abandon plans to trial cable logging on steep slopes on the North Coast. Council CEO, Kate Smolski, visited Coffs Harbour this week...
2014/12/11 21:23
2014/12/11 21:23
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LIVE UPDATES of all your local, regional and national news from 7 to 9AM 7.48: While you ponder the answer to today's clue take a look at this week's Throwback Thursday gallery: Brennan’s Mitre 10...
2014/12/11 20:44
2014/12/11 20:44
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening around the Bathurst region. The beautiful colours in this photo were captured by Dick 'Gav' Smith. He shared this wonderful view of Mount Panorama with us on...
2014/12/11 19:57
2014/12/11 19:57
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CASINO stock feed company Riverina has been charged for water pollution, but a poorly-worded application by the Environmental Protection Authority means a court decision is unlikely to come this...
2014/12/11 17:44
2014/12/11 17:44
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The toughest decision for any council is knowing when to reject the advice of council staff in order to knock back an unpopular development application. THE toughest decision for any council is...
2014/12/09 10:15
2014/12/09 10:15
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Warrigal's long-held plans to build an aged-care hub on Wollongong’s southern city limits have once again hit a snag, with council staff recommending its latest proposal not progress through the...
2014/12/08 20:44
2014/12/08 20:44
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Bathurst Regional Council is being warned it may face a legal battle it can’t win if it does not approve a development application. A controversial kennel is set to return to council for a...
2014/12/08 14:27
2014/12/08 14:27
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Group opposing mega-suburb exposed as Labor-driven state election campaign. A community group opposing development in the The Gap has been exposed as a Labor-driven state election campaign, built...
2014/12/06 02:15
2014/12/06 02:15
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Planning authorities have launched legal action against the developer of a $315 million hospital precinct near Dapto after a dispute over a dirt stockpile. Planning authorities have launched legal...
2014/12/05 17:44
2014/12/05 17:44
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A Land and Environment Court battle of David versus Goliath proportions is set to cost local ratepayers at least $85,000. A Land and Environment Court battle of David versus Goliath proportions is...
2014/12/04 02:36
2014/12/04 02:36
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THE future of the North Lismore Plateau residential development will not be known until next year, with Justice Sheahan reserving his judgment in the Land and Environment Court case on Monday. The...
2014/12/22 01:26
2014/12/22 01:26
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