OUR MISSION: TO PROTECT THE VALUABLE SOIL AND WATER RESOURCES OF THE FERTILE AND HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE LIVERPOOL PLAINS

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CAROONA COAL PROJECT SPECIAL COMMUNITY CONSULTATIVE MEETING

Posted on March 10th, by CCAG in Agriculture, BHP, CCAG, CCAG Events, Coal, Community, Environment. No Comments

Wednesday 26/3/14 at the Liverpool Plains Shire Council Chambers 9.00am to 12.30pm

There will be a special Community Consultative Meeting for the Caroona Coal Project where BHPB representatives and consultants will present the Caroona Coal Project Mine Plan and key findings of the Gateway Application. This will provide an opportunity for Landholders to participate in an interactive Q&A Session.

RSVP to ccagweb@gmail.com by the 23rd March.

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New brooms

Posted on May 4th, by rooify in Agriculture, BHP, CCAG, Coal, Environment. No Comments

With a new Government in Macquarie Street, the new NSW Resources Minister Chris Hartcher was coy today, when the media reiterated CCAGs questions as to the extension of the expired BHP exploration lease covering Caroona Exploration Area. Trusting the mining companies to ‘do the right thing’, for example, not to mine under aquifers, or not to route gas pipe lines through black soil plains etc etc is not something that is apparent to Liverpool Plains landholders.

As CCAG chairman Sandy Bloomfield said today, this mining lease renewal is a great opportunity to revisit mining exploration conditions, to formalize mining companies promises and to implement real environmental safeguards.


Community Spirit & Christmas Cheer Celebrated

Posted on December 25th, by rooify in BHP, CCAG, Santos, SOS. No Comments

Much fun was had at the Blockade, the Monday night before Christmas, at the CCAG “Thank You” BBQ organised by the SOS Liverpool Plains girls.

Rodney the Clown entertained the many children with balloon figures, jokes and face painting  and everyone joined in the Christmas carols: “O Little Town of Caroona”, “Good Old Georgus Clift”, “Santos the Red-faced Company” and a rousing rendition (to the tune of Santa Claus is comin’ to town) of “BHP Ain’t Comin’ To Mine”- old favourites with brand new words more fitting to the times we are in.  The finale was left for a Steve Charles solo singing his very moving “Bring It On” accompanied by guitar.

We would like to thank everyone who has donated their time and money to this campaign for clean food and water supplies and we wish you all much fun with … Read More »