Land and Environment Court articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2014/09/23 07:16
2014/09/23 07:16
1h
A serial asbestos dumper who illegally dropped more than 80 tonnes of dangerous waste in Sydney’s south west has been fined $225,000. Dib Hanna trespassed on a private property at Picnic Point in...
2014/09/23 07:16
2014/09/23 07:16
Latest videos
2014/09/22 22:16
2014/09/22 22:16
10h
A BROTHEL has been granted approval to continue operating despite Bankstown Council spending up to $20,000 in court ­battles over four years to stop it. An eight to four majority of councillors...
2014/09/22 18:55
2014/09/22 18:55
13h
A MAN accused of murdering a Tamworth environmental compliance officer will remain behind bars until at least next month. A MAN accused of murdering a Tamworth environmental compliance officer will...
2014/09/22 14:15
2014/09/22 14:15
18h
Former planner Beth Morgan and developer Frank Vellar could face years in jail after the Independent Commission Against Corruption found the pair engaged in "serious corrupt conduct". Former planner...
2014/09/22 05:36
2014/09/22 05:36
1d
POTTSVILLE resident Janice Sladen has had her day in court against the Tweed Shire Council, and won. Her proposal to erect a 41sq m outbuilding, containing a shower, toilet and a Colorbond fence with...
2014/09/21 05:44
2014/09/21 05:44
2d
BATHURST Local Abor-iginal Land Council (BLALC) have finally won its land claim on the Sir Joseph Banks Nature Reserve at Mount Panorama.The long and drawn out battle over the land, next to McPhillamy...
2014/09/19 18:55
2014/09/19 18:55
3d
THE man accused of murdering an environmental compliance officer has been ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in costs after being convicted of illegal land clearing – the very offence his...
2014/09/18 18:45
2014/09/18 18:45
4d
Residents of the Dunkeld valley have won the latest battle in their fight to block a new cattery and kennel from opening on Marys Lane, but they will have to wait a bit longer to learn if they have...
2014/09/17 21:20
2014/09/17 21:20
5d
THE Greater Hume Shire has made it clear— it has no interest in a merger with Albury. Back in the chair: Hume’s mayor Heather Wilton and deputy mayor Doug Meyer. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK THE...
2014/09/16 05:37
2014/09/16 05:37
7d
UPDATE Tuesday, 3pm: The trio changed their mind and removed the sign at midday on Monday when the council was due to inspect the site. They say the council has also told them to remove the Jenners...
2014/09/15 20:57
2014/09/15 20:57
7d
NINE historic Alstonville fig trees have been saved after the NSW Land and Environment Court overruled plans by the Department of Education to remove them on safety grounds. The trees at Alstonville...
2014/09/15 03:26
2014/09/15 03:26
8d
Croppa Creek operation underway looking at possible land clearing breaches The New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage and police are currently inspecting a property in Croppa Creek, near...
2014/09/12 20:57
2014/09/12 20:57
10d
THE fate of an $18 million redevelopment of the Coffs Coast Motor Inn and Villas may not be known for months in spite of a Land and Environment Court inspection of the controversial former Midway...
2014/09/11 01:42
2014/09/11 01:42
12d
If you missed today's South Coast Brekkie Wrap here is what was making news 9.00am: That's it for today as we bring the curtain down on another South Coast Brekkie Wrap. Enjoy the rest of the day,...
2014/09/09 22:24
2014/09/09 22:24
13d
Rio Tinto head of energy Harry Kenyon-Slaney. Photo: Peter Braig Rio Tinto head of energy Harry Kenyon-Slaney has warned "the clock is ticking" on the approvals process for the controversial Mount...
2014/09/08 23:41
2014/09/08 23:41
14d
DEVASTATED, shocked, disappointed. That is the reaction of Meridian Resort manager, Paul Burton to the decision of the NSW Coastal Panel to reject its application to build coastal erosion protection...
2014/09/07 22:15
2014/09/07 22:15
15d
Plans for the 70,000-tonne-a-year Jarvie Road facility suffered a potentially fatal blow. Overlooking the Cringila site of the proposed recycling centre. A four-year fight to stop a waste recycling...
2014/09/07 16:55
2014/09/07 16:55
15d
TAMWORTH’S councillors have voted unanimously in favour of Baiada Poultry’s controversial $82 million broiler development, despite claims its approval would make Manilla the “chicken poo capital of...
2014/09/06 15:18
2014/09/06 15:18
16d
Clearing controversy: A leaflet that dropped around the Beecroft area to take advantage of the new laws. Tree lopping companies have been pamphlet dropping and offering discounts for entire streets...
2014/09/06 12:46
2014/09/06 12:46
16d
WARRING neighbours are clogging the state’s court system with garden variety disputes over trees. At least 17 verdicts in the past three months have been handed down in the NSW Land and Environment...
2014/09/23 07:16
2014/09/23 07:16
Latest from Twitter