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Tas court ruling gives MMG road access

TASMANIA’S Supreme Court has thrown out an appeal by the Bob Brown Foundation against a decision by then minister for resources Guy Barnett to grant China’s MMG a mining lease over a local road.

 Chief justice Alan Blow (Left)

Chief justice Alan Blow (Left)

The April 12 ruling by chief justice Alan Blow considered the lease granted over Helilog Road - under s106 of the Mineral Resources Development Act 1995 - to be valid MMG applied for a lease over the...

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