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UKI RESIDENTS TAKE STAND AGAINST MINING TRUCKS

Uki residents took a stand today against groundwater mining trucks driving through their town.

Locals say operators are in breach of their conditions and that the industry is not being regulated by council.

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    Thanks for raising awareness around water mining. This insidious environmental recklessness needs to stop!