Bathurst plans to oppose Forest and Bird Court of Appeal application on Sullivan decision

Fri, 02 Aug 2013

By Tina Morrison Aug 2 (BusinessDesk) – Bathurst Resources intends to oppose an application to the Court of Appeal by the Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society of New Zealand for special leave to appeal a decision related to Bathurst’s plan to mine for coal on the South Island’s West Coast. In June, the High Court rejected Forest & Bird’s application for leave to appeal a decision related to an area known as the Sullivan Block, which might one day be developed as a mine. The society has now applied to the Court of Appeal for special leave t...

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