Great Barrier Reef park directors still face conflict of interest questions

Guardian: Two of the board members who approved the dumping of 3m cubic metres of dredging spoil on the Great Barrier Reef are still under investigation for potential conflicts of interest including links to mining companies The environment minister, Greg Hunt, ordered a probity inquiry last October into the appointments of former Townsville mayor Tony Mooney and Queensland public servant Jon Grayson to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) by the former Labor government. Potential conflicts......

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