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Call for more money for Vic mine clean-up

16 Apr 2014: COMMUNITY groups want a $90 million fund for new brown coal technology in Victoria's Latrobe Valley to be instead used to pay for the Hazelwood coalmine fire clean-up.


Wimmera River health information online

26 Feb 2014: A NEW online database released by Environment Victoria will provide information on the health of the Wimmera’s rivers.


Heat to rise on Hazelwood

21 Feb 2014: THE management of the Hazelwood mine and its regulation by government is expected to come under fierce scrutiny in coming weeks, as questions arise over the mine's fire preparedness prior to the current emergency.


Point Henry closure to impact Valley

20 Feb 2014: Alcoa's decision to close its Point Henry aluminium smelter at Geelong, at the cost of 500 direct jobs, will likely cause a ripple effect through Latrobe Valley's electricity generation sector.


Alcoa plant closure delivers another blow to coal power industry

18 Feb 2014: US-based aluminium giant Alcoa has announced that it will close its Point Henry smelter in Geelong, Victoria, as well as two rolling mills


Bid for coal a 'blight on the ground'

17 Feb 2014: A move from AGL to retain the rights of an estimated two billion tonnes of brown coal extends a period of uncertainty for about 30 landholders in Flynn.


AGL moves to keep rights over Latrobe brown coal

30 Jan 2014: Energy giant AGL has applied to retain the rights over an estimated 2 billion tonnes of brown coal in the Latrobe Valley allocated to a lower-emissions power plant that was never built.


The Victorian Government refuses to delay the water plan as demanded by environmental groups

29 Jan 2014: PUBLIC forums will start today on new state water laws after the Victorian Government refused demands from environmental groups to extend a deadline for debate.


Heatwave sparks record-breaking water use in Melbourne households

29 Jan 2014: Melbourne households used a record amount of water earlier this month, when daily average consumption reached 255 litres a person.


Surge of activity could see Victoria playing mine host

23 Jan 2014: Victoria could soon boast a new commercial iron ore mine amid a surge of mining activity.

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