NSW government suggests entire village be relocated Rio Tinto coalmine

Guardian: The relocation of the entire village of Bulga due to the expansion of a nearby coalmine should be given “serious consideration”, according to a New South Wales government review. The NSW Planning Assessment Commission, an independent statutory body, recommended on Thursday that Rio Tinto’s controversial Mount Thorley-Warkworth mine extension should go ahead. The PAC’s report, however, found that the expansion would have a “range of adverse impacts” upon the nearby village of Bulga, home to......

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