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Jul 29, 2021
Anti-coal activist to pay Adani legal costs

Anti-coal activist to pay Adani legal costs

A judge has ordered anti-coal activist Ben Pennings to pay 60 per cent of Adani Australia’s legal costs stemming from his court battle to access confidential information. The court-room wrangle over that information stems from Adani and the Carmichael Rail Network’s legal action against Mr Pennings, accusing him of trespassing, breach of contract, intimidation and… This content ...

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Jun 22, 2021
Katter call for tighter controls on port owners

Katter call for tighter controls on port owners

Katter’s Australian Party founder Bob Katter says the push by Coalition MPs to impose tighter controls on the half-Chinese owned Newcastle Port should be extended to include Abbot Point in Central Queensland.  The Federal Member for Kennedy said the Adani-run coal port near Bowen should have the same circuit-breaker protections applied to protect the coal exporters… This content i...

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May 25, 2021
Coal project to push ahead despite legal water woes

Coal project to push ahead despite legal water woes

A Federal Court ruling has come down against Central Queensland’s Carmichael coal project on the issue of its North Galilee Water Scheme approval. This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal, iQ Civil, iQ Geo, iQ Miner’s Life, iQ Rockhampton, iQ Coal and Mining North, iQ Coal and iQ Geo, iQ Civil and iQ Coal, iQ Civil and Mining North, and iQ Civil and iQ Geo members only.Log ...

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May 24, 2021
Arrest after Carmichael protest action

Arrest after Carmichael protest action

A Victorian man is due to face Mackay Magistrates Court on multiple charges on June 8 after a protest action on a Carmichael rail construction site north-west of Clermont. Police said the 23-year-old man faced counts of trespass, contravene direction or requirement, use dangerous attachment device to cause halt to operation of plant or equipment,… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland,...

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May 19, 2021
Findings out in Carmichael erosion investigation

Findings out in Carmichael erosion investigation

A probe into alleged breaches of erosion control requirements on the Carmichael Rail Network construction project has found room for improvement, but no fundamental shortcomings in procedures. The Office of the Coordinator-General completed an investigation into the sediment and erosion controls in place along the construction corridor after complaints from the Mackay Conservation Group. MCG…...

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Apr 22, 2021
Mighty milestone for Carmichael site

Mighty milestone for Carmichael site

Bravus Mining and Resources has passed the milestone of 10 million tonnes of overburden shifted as it works to reach the coal seam at its Carmichael mine pit. The company shared images on social media this week, along with the statistics that this amount of earth and rock could fill the Queensland Country Bank Stadium… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal, iQ Civil, iQ Geo, i...

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Apr 09, 2021
Arrest and fines as Carmichael coal protests roll on

Arrest and fines as Carmichael coal protests roll on

Police have arrested a Cairns woman and fined two other people as activists hit the Carmichael development for the second time in three days. Bravus Mining and Resources (formerly known as Adani Mining) said works had continued unaffected on the Carmichael mine and rail project despite a group of about 15 anti-coal protesters trying to… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal, i...

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Apr 07, 2021
Anti-coal protests continue at Carmichael development

Anti-coal protests continue at Carmichael development

An anti-coal protest including a group of health professionals set out to block traffic at the Bravus Mining and Resources Carmichael coal and rail project today (April 7). Activist group Frontline Action on Coal highlighted the action involving Health On The Frontline in an update on their Facebook page. A Bravus Mining and Resources (formerly… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, i...

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Mar 24, 2021
Anti-coal activists lock on at Carmichael work site

Anti-coal activists lock on at Carmichael work site

Police were called to the Carmichael coal construction site this morning, where three people are reported to have locked on to equipment in a protest that Frontline Action on Coal said was intended to halt progress on the project’s rail line development. The activist group said the three women had come from the New South… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal, iQ Civil, ...

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