Bathurst process inches forward

Mon, 22 Apr 2013

April 22 (BusinessDesk) - Would-be coking coal miner Bathurst Resources and its adversary the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society New Zealand are at odds over elements of the process for court-ordered negotiations on conditions that would let the project go ahead. Bathurst advised the NZX and ASX in filings that it would file revised conditions by April 29, with Forest and Bird to advise by May 8 whether it agrees to meet and discuss them further as quickly as possible. However, while Bathurst wants all evidence on unresolved conditions...

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