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Greens want pulp mill task force disbanded

June 13, 2018
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The Tasmanian Greens are calling for the State Governments pulp mill task force to be disbanded and a new chairman of the Resource Planning and Development Commission (RPDC) to be appointed from int (ABC News — 7 January, 2007)
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Opposition parties are urging the Tasmanian Government to act swiftly to fill vacancies on the Pulp Mill Assessment Panel Chairman of the Resource Planning and Development Commission (RPDC) Julia (ABC News — 5 January, 2007)
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There are concerns the pulp mill assessment process in Tasmania will be delayed even further because of the resignation of two members of the Resource Planning and Development Commission (RPDC) panel (ABC News — 4 January, 2007)
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The Tasmanian timber company Gunns has accused its pulp mill opponents of pressuring the Resource Planning and Development Commission chief to quit Julian Green chaired the assessment panel for th (ABC News — 8 January, 2007)
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The Tasmanian Opposition says two vacant positions on the pulp mill assessment panel must be filled without delay The Government is under pressure from the state opposition parties to move quickly (ABC News — 6 January, 2007)
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Tasmania’s battle over environmental effects is far from over. – (The Age — 6 January, 2007)
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Tasmanias main business group says the State Government must ensure delays to the examination of Gunns Limiteds proposed Tamar Valley pulp mill do not begin to affect the companys commitment to th (ABC News — 5 January, 2007)
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The Tasmanian Government will not move to ban canal estate developments Planning Minister Steve Kons has rejected a recommendation from the Resource Planning and Development Commission (RPDC) to s (ABC News — 4 January, 2007)
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