Australian town in fear of emissions and coal dust from power plant

Guardian: The coal mine and adjoining power station in the small Australian town of Anglesea suffers from not one, but two incongruities. Anglesea, in Victoria, unlike its windswept Welsh namesake, is a bucolic surf location that sees a huge influx of visitors as temperatures soar in the summer months. It's not your archetypal mining town, even to its residents. "People who visit here, or people who haven't lived here long don't know the mine is here," says local doctor Jacinta Morahan. "It's well hidden".......

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