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    Have your say on mining in the Bylong Valley

    The future of the Bylong Valley hangs in the balance. Korean-owned power company KEPCO has plans for two open cut coal mines (to operate for 10 years) and an underground mine (to operate for 20 years), to dig up 6.5 million tonnes of thermal coal a year, with 24/7 operations. If this big new mine complex goes ahead it will transform the pristine and productive valley into a series of coal pits and industrial coal infrastructure. The NSW Government is currently inviting submissions on KEPCO's plans. We have until Friday 6 November to review KEPCO's mine plans and send in our feedback.
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    Peter's Battle for Bylong

    Peter Grieve runs Talooby Angus Stud in the pristine Bylong Valley. This is Peter's battle for Bylong: 
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