Environmental Publications Archive

Pardoo Direct Shipping Ore Project

Ministerial Statement 775 Compliance Assessment Report 2017

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Ministerial Statement 775 Compliance Assessment Report 2018

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Ministerial Statement 775 Compliance Assessment Report 2019

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Mt Webber Direct Shipping Ore Project

Mt Webber Compliance Report 2017 (EPBC2012/6611)

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Mt Webber Compliance Report 2018 (EPBC2012/6611)

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Mt Webber Compliance Report 2019 (EPBC2012/6611)

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Mt Webber Compliance Report 2020 (EPBC 2012/6611)

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Mt Webber Compliance Report 2021 (EPBC 2012/6611)

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Mt Webber Compliance Report 2022 (EPBC 2012/6611)

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Sanjiv Ridge (previously Corunna Downs) Direct Shipping Ore Project

Ministerial Statement 1125 Compliance Assessment Plan

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Ministerial Statement 1125 Compliance Assessment Report 2020 – 2021

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Sanjiv Ridge Compliance Report 2021 (EPBC 2017/7861)

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Ministerial Statement 1125 Compliance Assessment Report 2021 – 2022

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Sanjiv Ridge Compliance Report 2022 (EPBC 2017/7861)

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Ministerial Statement 1125 Compliance Assessment Report 2022-2023

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Sanjiv Ridge Compliance Report 2023 (EPBC 2017/7861)

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Sanjiv Ridge Significant Species Management Plan - Stage 2 V7

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Ministerial Statement 1197 Compliance Assessment Plan V2

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Miralga Creek Project

2020 Significant Species Monitoring – Northern Quoll

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2020 Significant Species Monitoring – Ghost Bat

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2021 MS1154 Compliance Assessment Report

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2021 Significant Species Monitoring – Northern Quoll

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2021 Significant Species Monitoring – Ghost Bat

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Miralga Creek Compliance Report 2022 (EPBC 2019/8601)

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Miralga Creek Significant Species Management Plan V4

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2022 MS1154 Compliance Assessment Report

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2022 Significant Species Monitoring – Northern Quoll

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2022 Significant Species Monitoring – Ghost Bat

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Group Executive News

August 1, 2023

THE GOLD STANDARD

Australia’s most successful swim team has closed out the world championships in Fukuoka, Japan, in style to finish top of the medals table with a record haul that may never be beaten. After eight days of intense competition, the Dolphins proved themselves to be the best swim team on the planet – collecting 13 gold, seven silver and five bronze medals for a staggering total of 25As far as Australia’s head coach Rohan Taylor was concerned, the Aussies were the best.

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