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Fracking banned for five years by Tasmanian Government - ABC Online
Fracking banned for five years by Tasmanian Government
The Tasmanian Government will ban the controversial mining practice known as fracking for another five years. Fracking involves injecting liquid at high pressure into underground rocks to extract oil or gas, and the practice has sparked controversy in ...
Tasmania bans fracking for another five years to protect agricultureThe Guardian
Tasmania extends fracking banThe Australian (blog)
Frack-off our farmland, says TasmaniaThe Land Newspaper
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South Australia in trouble against Tasmania after day two of Sheffield Shield ...
South Australia has battled to 5 for 168 at stumps on the second day of its Sheffield Shield clash with Tasmania at Glenelg Oval. The Redbacks trail Tasmania by 196 runs after Tom Cooper helped salvage the innings with a knock of 89, while Tim Ludeman ...
South Australia take late wickets against Tasmania on day one of Sheffield ...
South Australia ripped through Tasmania's middle order in the final session with the Tigers 6 for 258 at stumps on day one of the Sheffield Shield clash at Glenelg Oval. After winning the toss and electing to bat the visitors were cruising a 1 for 211 ...
Interstate farmers want a ban on fracking in Tasmania
Their November 2013 report states: 'Overall, the study clearly shows that petroleum industry employees have better health than the general Australian community and are less likely to die of the diseases commonly causing death ? including cancer, heart ...
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Myrtle rust disease halts nursery plant shipments from Tasmania
Western Australia and South Australia have suspended plant shipments from Tasmania to halt the spread of the myrtle rust fungus. The serious native plant disease was detected in north-west Tasmania last week and is now confirmed at five sites around ...
Forestry Tasmania's contingency plan for exotic plant disease myrtle rustABC Online
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Tasmania's Biggest Tourist Draw Features a Poo Machine and the Chocolate ...
?An Australian might describe [MONA] as dodgy or tongue-in-cheek,? the 53-year-old maverick tells me with a grin. He is sitting backstage, with spiky gray hair and gray stubble on his chin, sporting jeans and a blue velvet jacket. Views stretch over ...
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