Premier to have “blood on her hands” over CSG crisis

SHAY LEDINGHAM Queensland’s premier will have "blood on her hands" if the government continues to ignore farmers’ distress over the coal seam gas mining industry, say political and public voices. Braving the lashings of an early summer … [Read more...]

CSG no longer allowed in Ipswich

JOSHUA ADAMSON The Ipswich City Council has joined the crusade against CSG, joining nearby councils in banning the infamous form of mining in the area. Coal seam gas has never strayed far from the headlines, with stories about its negative … [Read more...]

Researcher soon to release findings on CSG mental health impacts

GAVIN COOTE A psychology researcher is nearing completion of a comprehensive study into the mental health impacts coal seam gas exploration may have on farmers. University of New England PhD candidate Methuen Morgan, formerly a farmer at … [Read more...]