Singleton doctors up in arms about coal's impact on community health

MORE than 100 people from the Hunter region in New South Wales, including 30 doctors, have signed a joint letter to the ministers for Health and Environment asking them to visit and take action to improve air quality in the region.

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Doctors are complaining about the levels of coal dust around the NSW Hunter Valley.

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