Controversial coal mine creates a political divide

ADANI, which announced it will change its plans and use Aurizon's existing narrow gauge rail corridor to get coal from Queensland’s Galilee Basin to port at Abbot Point, is emerging as a major fault line in Australia’s politics.

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Federal Resources minister Matt Canavan.

Labor Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy Mark Butler has opposed the mine while opposition leader Bill Shorten has not committed his support to the project.

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