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21 October 2014
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Wallarah’s best chance yet?

THE New South Wales Planning and Infrastructure Department is championing the Wallarah 2 longwall project, which was famously rejected ahead of the last state election, as it nears another round of Planning Assessment Commission scrutiny.



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