Gomeroi lose Shenhua heritage case

A LEGAL bid by Gomeroi woman Veronica “Dolly” Talbott to have a judicial review of two decisions federal environment minister Sussan Ley made in relation to culturally significant sites in the path of Shenhua Australia Holdings’ Watermark coal project has been dismissed.

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EDO lawyer Nadja Zimmermann (left), Dolly Talbott, EDO lawyer Brendan Dobbie and Talbott’s brother Steve. Photo: Anthony Scully

Talbott is a member of the Gomeroi Traditional Custodians.

Justice Wendy Abrahams also ruled that Talbott had to pay court costs, capped at $1000.