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FIRST BIOBANK FOR HUNTER

An unusual partnership is set to give a barren piece of the Hunter Valley a new lease on life.
The work will create employment opportunities, while rehabilitating land impacted by the mining boom.

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    Wonderful.
    I would expect that the mining companies are contributing funds to rehabilitation
    of mined lands.
    But returning the management of land and preservation of biodiversity to
    Aboriginal nations is an obvious, sensible and long overdue idea.
    Please more of these projects NSW government and mining companies.