Flowers keep Greenfinch on hold

RAMELIUS Resources has been forced to put the Greenfinch open pit plans on hold again after Western Australia’s Environment Minister agreed with the Appeals Convenor and rejected the miner’s clearing permit application thanks to four rare plants.

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The rare eremophilia resinosa growing near Westonia Road

Ramelius wants to start open cut operations at Greenfinch, which is next to Edna May's pit, to complement underground production from Edna May's underground mine.

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