ABC Central West reports: ‘The Drip’ incomplete protection

FROM ABC CENTRAL WEST FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ abccentralwest/posts/ 3469880096365483 Protection has been secured for a rock formation of Aboriginal significance near Mudgee. The NSW Government has announced 33 hectares, which are home to ‘The Drip’, have been compulsory acquired from mining company Moolarben Coal. The Energy and Environment Minister Matt Kean […]

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A new report says climate change, ‘inappropriate’ regulations and mine discharges a risk

Written by Joanne McCarthy Published in Newcastle Herald January 31, 2020. Read online: https://www.newcastleherald.com.au/story/6606030/the-drip-gorge-at-risk-after-groundwater-modelling-challenged/?cs=7573 A CHANGING climate, “inappropriate” mine discharge regulations and poor groundwater modelling could see the Goulburn River’s salinity reach a level where it challenges the Hunter River salinity trading scheme, a new report has found. The largest tributary […]

Korean Government-backed KEPCO is taking the only appeal path available to recover $750m Bylong mine investment

Written by Joanne McCarthy Published in Newcastle Herald December 18, 2019. Read online: https://www.newcastleherald.com.au/story/6547840/korean-energy-company-kepco-seeks-judicial-review-of-landmark-bylong-coal-mine-refusal/ A KOREAN Government-backed energy company that paid the NSW Government more than $400 million for a Bylong coal mining licence in 2010 has sought a judicial review after the mine was refused in September. KEPCO applied […]