AUSTRALIA: Rosemount calls for talks over mining threat to crop
Rosemount, one of Australia's leading wine companies, is lobbying for talks between winemakers, coalminers and the government to head off potential trouble surrounding plans to develop Australia's largest open-cut coal mine. The New South Wales State Commission is currently considering a grant of development for the open-cut mine, situated in Mount Arthur North in the Hunter Valley. Rosemount has made public its fears of the potential damage the dust from the mine could do on nearby vineyards.
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