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The Federal Court’s gift to eco-saboteurs

6 April 2024

9:00 AM

6 April 2024

9:00 AM

‘Lawfare’ – the abuse of the legal system by saving-the-planet economic saboteurs aimed at blocking, delaying, frustrating, discouraging and adding massive costs to the extractive industries that underpin Australia’s prosperity – has just been given a massive boost by an extraordinary split 2-to-1 decision by the Federal Court.

In allowing an appeal by traditional owners against the National Native Title Tribunal’s decision to finally approve Santos’ decade-long struggle to extract urgently needed gas from its $3.6

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