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Young sprung for breaches again

NEW South Wales-based Young Mining was convicted and fined a total of $197,855 in the Cootamundra Local Court for breaching the Work Health and Safety and Mining acts in 2011 and 2019 at the Thuddungra magnesium mine in the state’s south.

 Case closed after conviction

Case closed after conviction

Of the total fine, $162,855 was related to 2011 offences, and $35,000 was for an offence under the Mining Act 1992. Magistrate Jillian Kiely ordered 50% of the fine to go the prosecutor, with Young...

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