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Coal seam gas plan near our water?
Has the Premier broken his pre-election promise? 16 coal seam gas wells will be drilled in and around Sydney drinking water catchment areas. Luke Bona reveals the risks to our supply of clean water.
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Joe Hockey says the Government appears to be preparing to scrap its promise to bring the budget back to surplus this financial year. He chats with Stuart Bocking about leaks released designed to lighten the blow.
It reveals that there is a serious risk for our clean water supply.I hope Premier will fulfill their promises.End of lease cleaning Sydney Monday 31 December, 2012 - 5:42 PM
The only advise Hazzard and the government are taking are the one's bought and paid for by the Mining and CSG industry. A independent report would properly show a very different take on the matter, but independent reports never see the light of day!Peter Monday 17 December, 2012 - 9:08 AM
The risk factor is huge with this industry, Brad Hazzard and co are trying to sell mining in our water supplies and our food bowls on the scientific advice of mining companies.
Our children will inherit gas fields to live in, up here in the Northern Rivers we have been told drinking the waste water could be an option to dispose of it after its been treated, cheers.FarNorthNSW Sunday 16 December, 2012 - 3:51 PM
I create a comment each time I like a post on a blog or I
have something to contribute to the discussion.
Usually it's caused by the sincerness communicated in the post I browsed. And on this article Coal seam gas plan near our water?. I was excited enough to drop a leave a responsea response ;) I do have 2 questions for you if you do not mind. Could it be just me or does it seem like some of the remarks come across like left by brain dead individuals? :-P And, if you are posting at additional online sites, I'd like to keep up with you.
Could you make a list all of all your shared pages like your twitter feed,
Facebook page or linkedin profile?geld verdienen mit 15 Saturday 15 December, 2012 - 12:31 AM
Apex Energy are looking to explore for CSG in Sydney's drinking water catchments. They say they will be able to supply Sydney with 30% of its gas needs. Should we be doing this where we get 100% of our drinking water?Tony Friday 14 December, 2012 - 10:38 PM
O'Farrell's main problem, apart from his personal cow-towing and abject indecision, is he is being advised by the same disgraced, incompetent bureaucrats that advised Carr and his long line of replacement 'Premiers' over the past 16 years. A band of knuckleheads indeed.Rakesh Aduk Friday 14 December, 2012 - 4:25 PM