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The environment of far North Queensland is increasingly being affected by mining and associated activities.

See below for the latest news and events on this issue.






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Posted on Jan 27th, 2015 - By Marine Cafnec - 0 Comments

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CAFNEC Environment report card – election 2015

Posted on Jan 23rd, 2015 - By Marine Cafnec - 0 Comments

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Posted on Sep 18th, 2013 - By Marine Cafnec - 0 Comments

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Dirt cheap 30 years on

Film screening and presentation: ‘Dirt Cheap – 30 Years On’ The story of uranium mining in Kakadu.

Posted on Jan 30th, 2013 - By Cafnec Admin - 0 Comments

Tuesday 12th Feb 2012, 6.30pm Pullman Reef Hotel Casino, Abbott Street, Cairns A special screening of the film "Dirt Cheap - 30 Years On" and…

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Uranium Mining given the green light

Posted on Dec 12th, 2012 - By Cafnec Admin - 0 Comments

On October 22nd the Queensland Premier Campbell Newman ended the state's decades-long ban on uranium mining and reversed the position the Liberal…

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