ENVIRONMENT

Bundy without the coke and rocks

QUEENSLAND resources minister Scott Stewart will recommend Fox Resources’ application for a coal exploration around Bundaberg be not approved.

 Queensland resources minister Scott Stewart believes coal exploration north of Bundaberg is not in the public interest.

Queensland resources minister Scott Stewart believes coal exploration north of Bundaberg is not in the public interest.

His preliminary view is that coal exploration north of Bundaberg is not in the public interest after opposition from local farming groups and the member for Bundaberg Tom Smith and member for Burnett Stephen...

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