ENVIRONMENT

Bundaberg wants its coke

TWO-thirds of residents in Bundaberg, Queensland, would support a metallurgical coal mine so long as it protected prime agricultural land and provided local employment, a poll has found.

Almost half of the survey base in Bundaberg said they would be more likely to support a political candidate who promised any proposal for a steel-making coal mine by Fox Resources.

Almost half of the survey base in Bundaberg said they would be more likely to support a political candidate who promised any proposal for a steel-making coal mine by Fox Resources.

Almost half the respondents to the November 6-8 survey of more than 500 residents in the Bundaberg electorate said they would be more likely to support a political candidate who promised any proposal for...

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