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The Hunter Region should have its own energy transition fund | Newcastle Herald

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The breathtaking expediency of politicians and aspirants in the race for the seat of the Upper Hunter has been something to behold. We’ve seen politicians of different stripes declare convenient support for coal in recent weeks as they contend for the mine-heavy seat left vacant by Michael Johnsen. As has been widely reported, Mr Johnsen was unceremoniously brought down by a rape allegation he has vehemently denied. Voters, no doubt, are well aware they shouldn’t believe everything the party leaders and their candidates say, as promises are often made to help win the fight of the day. Survival for the chameleon-like political animal can demand such a stance. This came to mind as news dropped that the NSW government…



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