Coolmore yet again defeats plans for Australian coal mine
New South Wales planners threw out the plan for open-cut mining saying it posed an “unacceptable” risk to stud farms
Coolmore, the international bloodstock empire controlled by John Magnier, has defeated for a fourth time in six years plans for a coal mine near its stud in Australia’s Hunter Valley.
The Planning Assessment Commission in New South Wales threw out the plan for open-cut mining by Anglo American saying it posed an “unacceptable” risk to stud farms in the region.
The New South Wales government is now considering limiting the number of times that...
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