Category: Environment

Federal Court of Australia

Court dismisses Indigenous land appeal against $21B coal project

An Asia-backed resources company has a valid native title agreement to build a $21 billion coal project on Indigenous

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Extinction Rebellion blocking intersections Brisbane

Anti-mining protestors plan to block CBD intersections all week

Anti-Adani activists brought city traffic to a standstill for hours to protest against a recently approved $21 billion mining

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Hastings Technology Yangibana Project

$427M mineral mine on track for approval

A mineral producer has received the tentative green light for its $427 million rare earths mine in Western Australia’s

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Fortescue Metals Group jobs

$1.7B mine recommended for approval

An Australian metal producer has received the in-principle nod to proceed with its $1.7 billion iron ore project in

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Core Lithium workers

$73m metal project approved in Top End

A diversified resources developer has been given the nod for a $73 million exotic metals project in the Top

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Matt Canavan Ian Macfarlane Adani approval

Industry celebrates victory for $21B mine’s final approval

Years of regulatory hurdles have finally come to an end, meaning an Asia-backed $21 billion coal project will be

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$21B mining project ready to start construction immediately

A foreign-backed $21 billion mining project will begin construction if it receives final approval on June 13. India-headquartered Adani

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Fostoria dinosaur Lightning Ridge

Australia’s first herd of dinosaur remains discovered in Outback mine

An entire herd of dinosaur fossils has been found for the first time in Australian history at an Outback

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CFMEU industrial action

Industry fears Queensland could be ‘conned’ by $21B mining project

An industry body is concerned the Queensland Government’s decision to fast-track approval for a $21 billion mine could put

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Anastacia Palaszczuk at Hay Point Terminal

Palaszczuk ‘really sorry’ Labor let the industry down, promises to make up for it

Queensland’s top bureaucrat has admitted the ruling party made a mistake on assessing a $21 billion mining project in

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