State government begins planning for Illawarra's post-coal future

Connor Pearce
Updated March 28 2024 - 6:24pm, first published March 27 2024 - 4:35pm
Minister for Natural Resources Courtney Houssos led a roundtable in Wollongong on Wednesday to begin planning of the post-coal future of the Illawarra. Main picture of the Port Kembla Coal Terminal. Picture by Anna Warr
Minister for Natural Resources Courtney Houssos led a roundtable in Wollongong on Wednesday to begin planning of the post-coal future of the Illawarra. Main picture of the Port Kembla Coal Terminal. Picture by Anna Warr

The NSW government has held a closed door roundtable in Wollongong to take the first steps to prepare for the Illawarra's post-coal future.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Journalist at Illawarra Mercury

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