Mine clipped after 'sludgy substance' spotted in river

By Phoebe Loomes
Updated May 9 2023 - 6:12pm, first published 6:06pm
The environmental regulator is investigating pollution incidents at Camp Gully Creek. (NSW EPA / PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)
The environmental regulator is investigating pollution incidents at Camp Gully Creek. (NSW EPA / PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)

A coal mine near the Royal National Park in NSW has had its operating licence tightened after breaches resulted in "significant pollution events".

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