Wollongong Coal being probed on whether it is 'fit and proper' a first, say Environmental Defenders Office, Department of Industry

By Ben Langford
Updated September 2 2016 - 5:15pm, first published 5:00pm
Investigation: Environmental Defenders Office lawyer Sue Higginson says the Wollongong Coal probe by the Resources Regulator could break new ground in NSW.
Investigation: Environmental Defenders Office lawyer Sue Higginson says the Wollongong Coal probe by the Resources Regulator could break new ground in NSW.

The investigation into whether Wollongong Coal is a “fit and proper person” to hold a mining licence is a first for New South Wales, the lawyer who worked on the complaint said.

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