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Carmichael closer but hurdles remain

THE Queensland government may still hold up Adani Australia’s Carmichael coal mine, rail and port project with Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch expressing concerns over how the federal approval of the company’s groundwater management plans was conducted.

Adani is a step closer to getting started on its mine, but it still has to wait on two Queensland government approvals.

Adani is a step closer to getting started on its mine, but it still has to wait on two Queensland government approvals.

Yesterday federal Environment Minister Melissa Price gave Adani's groundwater management plan conditional approval. Enoch said she was concerned "Barnaby Joyce's and Matt Canavan's political campaign...

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