HOGSBACK

Coal can win next year's State of Origin

<i>HOGSBACK</i> would like to forget about the NRL State of Origin - and it's not just that he's a frustrated New South Wales supporter. The real competition is between Western Australia in one corner and NSW and Queensland on the other in the minerals royalties stakes.

These results suggest royalties paid by the coal and minerals sector may increase in 2022-23.

These results suggest royalties paid by the coal and minerals sector may increase in 2022-23.

Ernst and Young just provided the Minerals Council of Australia with the score card for 2021-22. WA came first by the smallest of margins. The state - which traditionally has carried the lion's share...

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