MONEY that mining company Glencore Xstrata has paid as an offset for the subsidence damage caused to the Sugarloaf state conservation area will be spent on improvements including walking tracks and environmental remediation.
THE state has expressed ‘‘frustration’’ with miner Glencore Xstrata after revelations of further damage to Sugarloaf State Conservation Area. (And now we learn this Coal giant paid no tax during last 3 years.
Govt urged to not approve Sugarloaf mining until subsidence is fixed ABC Local A Sugarloaf State Conservation Area enthusiast is urging the state government not to approve any more mining in the area until major subsidence has been repaired.
Sugarloaf mine subsidence areas may be off limits for a decade: photos, video Newcastle Herald A SECTION of Sugarloaf State Conservation Area is expected to be closed to the public for more than a decade as authorities struggle to deal with threats...
Government acts on Sugarloaf subsidence Mudgeee Guardian Attempts to remediate subsidence at Sugarloaf Conservation Area by injecting grouting into cracks resulted in a stream bed being filled with grout.
Lake Macquarie MP Greg Piper calls for Sugarloaf State Conservation Area ... Newcastle Star LAKE Macquarie MP Greg Piper has called on the state government to deliver an overdue report on damage to the Sugarloaf State Conservation Area.
Greg Piper demands Sugarloaf grouting report release Newcastle Herald LAKE Macquarie MP Greg Piper has renewed calls for the state government to release a report on the Sugarloaf State Conservation Area mine subsidence scandal - six months after...
A ‘‘HIGH level of damage’’ would likely occur with expansion plans at the notorious West Wallsend coalmine, with ‘‘major implications for public safety’’, the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage says.
Grout removed from stream in Sugarloaf subsidence rehabilitation Newcastle Herald Sugarloaf remediation Before and after image of the remediation work in the Sugarloaf mine subsidence site that was over-filled with grout.
EDITORIAL: Sugarloaf saga on the down slide Newcastle Herald THE NSW government approved longwall mining beneath the Sugarloaf State Conservation Area before the advent of a new planning regime that overtly elevates economic factors above all others.
"Extremely regrettable": Glencore responds to Sugarloaf report, photos Newcastle Herald THE state government has admitted it was ''not appropriate'' that it kept mine subsidence damage and a major grout spill in Sugarloaf State Conservation Area...
Sugarloaf subsidence costs Glencore Xstrata $100000 Newcastle Herald MINING giant Glencore Xstrata has been forced to provide a $100,000 financial offset package to be spent on Sugarloaf State Conservation Area following mine subsidence damage...
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