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Mining industry wins court battle against Alpha Coal project

Monday 10th of April 2017 08:54:08 AM



GVK-Hancock Alpha Coal Project

The mining industry has won a key court battle holding up the huge GVK-Hancock Alpha Coal Project south-west of Mackay, which would create thousands of jobs.



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Mining industry wins court battle against Alpha Coal project

Monday 10th of April 2017 08:54:08 AM

The mining industry has won a key court battle holding up the huge GVK-Hancock Alpha Coal Project south-west of Mackay, which would create thousands of jobs. Read Full Story Here


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GVK Hancock says jobs on hold after Green Group lodges legal action against Alpha

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Gina Rinehart's mining company says thousands of Queensland jobs have been put on hold after an environmental group lodged legal action with the state's highest court. The Supreme Court ruled in favour of GVK Hancock’s Alpha coal mine project last month and reinstated a previous Land Court ....


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A conservation group challenging the Alpha Coal Project in the Galilee Basin has been dismissed in Queensland's Supreme Court. The open cut mine, owned by Gina Rinehart and GVK, is located 130 kilometres south-west of Clermont and is expected to produce 30 million tonnes of coal per ....


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