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Federal government botched scrutiny of plan to bulldoze pristine forest

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 27 November 2018
Federal government botched scrutiny of plan to bulldoze pristine forestThe development comes as confidential documents show government MPs lobbied the department to wave through the proposal, which would raze land almost three times the size of the combined central business districts of Sydney and Melbourne.
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