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2014/07/29 02:46
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CHEMICAL giant Orica says it regrets a series of pollution incidents which resulted in it being fined more than $750,000 and has pledged to improve the facilities where the problems happened. The NSW...
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2014/07/26 15:18
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Prepared for action: Police keep a watch on the protest camp's movements. Photo: Nick Moir An unlikely coalition of protesters is standing in the way of a coal company's efforts to construct a...
2014/07/23 07:26
2014/07/23 07:26
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Serial asbestos dumper Dib Hanna will be paying fines until 2072, Sydney court hears A contractor who dumped eight truckloads of hazardous waste containing asbestos on residential land could be...
2014/07/23 01:26
2014/07/23 01:26
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Rescuers are attempting to free a woman who is trapped under a train at Clyde in Sydney's west. Paramedics said they did not know what condition the woman was in. A 22-year-old man has been charged...
2014/07/20 22:48
2014/07/20 22:48
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... can only hope council stays the course and demands answers to the questions raised by this review": Greens MP and planning spokesman David Shoebridge. Photo: Sahlan Hayes A property developer is...
2014/07/20 13:15
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Shellharbour city councillors have endorsed an agreement with the developers of the $3 billion Calderwood project under which $62 million in contributions and facilities will flow to Shellharbour...
2014/07/17 14:46
2014/07/17 14:46
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Chatswood’s illegal brothel problem has been brought to the attention of the Land and Environment Court with two massage parlours forced to close. Sydney Babe Massage was ordered to close by...
2014/07/17 00:45
2014/07/17 00:45
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LIVE BLOG: The day started with plenty of news and a few laughs. But if you missed it, here is your chance to catch up with what is happening locally, nationally and internationally. And we will...
2014/07/14 18:56
2014/07/14 18:56
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OPPONENTS of Baiada Poultry’s $82 million broiler operation at Manilla are yet to decide if they will challenge the project’s approval in court. OPPONENTS of Baiada Poultry’s $82 million broiler...
2014/07/11 21:58
2014/07/11 21:58
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THE company behind a controversial residential development south of Woolgoolga at Hearnes Lake - Sandy Shores Developments Pty Ltd - has been put into external administration by the Westpac Bank. As...
2014/07/11 06:42
2014/07/11 06:42
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AN Albion Park Rail pharmacy has been taken to court by Shellharbour City Council for allegedly breaching its development consent. Good Price Pharmacy in Albion Park Rail is in court with...
2014/07/10 22:42
2014/07/10 22:42
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THE Land and Environment Court NSW recently handed down its decision relating to pollution of waters near the landfill site on the Bucketts Way, Tinonee, in April 2012. THE Land and Environment Court...
2014/07/09 23:36
2014/07/09 23:36
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ALLEGATIONS of illegal land clearing near Evans Head are still being investigated by the Coffs Harbour Office of Environment and Heritage. About 10ha of riverbank land upstream of the Iron Gates was...
2014/07/09 20:21
2014/07/09 20:21
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A tweak of the rules may fast-track fracking in the Gloucester valley. Photo: Dean Osland The Baird government has proposed opening a loophole to allow fracking of coal seam gas wells within a few...
2014/07/09 16:48
2014/07/09 16:48
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Seeking to expand: Scots College in Bellevue Hill. Photo: Louise Kennerley Two of Sydney’s most prestigious private boys schools have launched legal action against councils blocking their bids to...
2014/07/09 02:57
2014/07/09 02:57
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COFFS Harbour City Council will consider whether to proceed with a legal appeal over its refusal of a residential subdivision in Rutland St in Bonville North at its meeting tomorrow. The councillors...
2014/07/08 22:55
2014/07/08 22:55
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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...
2014/07/07 20:36
2014/07/07 20:36
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TWEED Shire Council has voted (4-2) to approve the extended operating hours of a Tweed brothel to 24-hours-a-day seven days a week for a trial period of one year. Police supported the extension in...
2014/07/07 12:19
2014/07/07 12:19
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An Albion Park Rail pharmacy allegedly operating contrary to its development consent has found itself in hot water with Shellharbour City Council after being dobbed in by its competitors. An Albion...
2014/07/06 13:16
2014/07/06 13:16
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The company behind the proposed redevelopment of the Headlands Hotel site has denied it plans to offer the serviced apartments as residences. The company behind the proposed redevelopment of the...
2014/07/29 02:46
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