Residents outraged over sand mine plan, Australia

Residents outraged over sand mine plan, Australia

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Cape Cleveland residents are furious a sand mine is a step closer to approval, despite being less than a kilometre away from an internationally protected wetland.

Local residents claim removing the sand could damage the wetland at Cape Cleveland Bay, which is protected under the internationally-recognised Ramsar Convention…

Read Full Article, Townsville Bulletin

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