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PostSubject: ADANI Australia moving forward   ADANI Australia moving forward EmptyTue 18 Jun 2019, 9:23 am

ADANI what a magnificent achievement for Australia and what a kick in the face for the LUNATIC EXTREMIST GREENIES!!!!

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In hushed tones Dave documents the demise of the endangered Pala Chook.

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Mrs Pala Chook solves the black throated finch problem

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How Labor lost its way and the election in ADANI

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ADANI makes the schoolboy get nervous

Just think how Bob Brown's idiotic leading of a foaming at the mouth LUNATIC EXTREMIST GREENIES up into ADANI territory and upsetting the locals succeeded in getting Labor shoved into the garbage bin and shamed Pala Chook into approving ADANI.

You would almost think Bob brown was working for ScoMo!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: ADANI Australia moving forward   ADANI Australia moving forward EmptyTue 18 Jun 2019, 4:32 pm

Six more coal mines very likely near ADANI.

Australia is really breaking free of the LUNATIC EXTREMIST GREENIES' death grip.

A new HELE clean coal power station in Nth Qld delivering endless cheap power will really show Australia has trampled the LUNATIC EXTREMIST GREENIES into the dust.




Adani could be 'ice-breaker' for six more proposed Galilee Basin mines, resources body says
By Jemima Burt Updated 12 Jun 2019, 7:39am

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PHOTO: Ian Macfarlane from Queensland Resources Council says Adani is "the ice-breaker" for the Galilee Basin. (AAP: Lukas Coch)

A decision on the Adani groundwater management plan is set down for tomorrow with environmentalists saying if the Queensland Government gives the green light it will set a precedent for six other mines also planned for the region and allow Adani to break ground within weeks.

Key points:
There have been six other mine project proposals put before the Federal Department of Environment and Energy
Resources council says the projects following Adani will "have a much easier run"
In the nine years since its inception, Adani has significantly scaled back the estimated coal output for the mine
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) said the other projects would have a "much easier run" if the rail line was already established and the environmental approvals had been cleared.

QRC chief executive Ian Macfarlane said Adani was "actually the ice-breaker that will lay down those baselines and will provide the infrastructure".

"What's going to happen with the groundwater application and its potential approval is that any further applicants will have not only the infrastructure to get the coal out because the railway line will be there," he said.

"They'll also have a baseline of where they can work from in terms of both the black-throated finch, the groundwater and then thirdly, the general environmental conditions they have to adhere to as part of opening a new basin.

Read all about it here

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-12/adani-approval-could-be-galilee-basin-ice-breaker/11194510
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Let's hope they get rid of TRAD and that Labor lose the next state election in QLD.
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