Youths released after questioning over macquarie gas export deal

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An investigation of the $3.2 billion Macquarie Gas project in Western Australia has found youth and Indigenous people were involved in the deal.

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Police arrested eight people on Saturday and seized documents from seven businesses related to the Macquarie Gas $2.5 billion project.

The investigation into the allegations relates to the construction of a gas storage terminal on the land of the former town of Dickson near Wodonga.

The land owner had been under an에스엠 카지노 order to stop the gas exporting project, which is scheduled for completion by 2035.

Police have also conducted surveillance of the properties to determine if any Indigenous people were involved.

Justice Inspector Andrew Pugh from the Macquarie police said the investigation into the project began “in May” and the investigation began after it was identified through media reports.

Topics: criminal-justice, police, local-government, activism-and-lobbying, state-parliament, dickson-4770, wodonga-4770

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