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NSW sets out critical minerals roadmap

A CRITICAL minerals and high-tech metals strategy to be released by the New South Wales government looks to move beyond a “dig and ship” model by developing onshore processing facilities for the manufacture of higher-value products.

NSW Nationals MP Paul Toole's vehicle

NSW Nationals MP Paul Toole's vehicle

It includes an "Australia-first" critical minerals hub to be set up in the state's central west. The NSW move follows the federal government's Budget 2023-24 commitment to spend $50.5 million to develop...

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