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Venture backing-the-truck-up for costs after winning court case in Tasmania

FORMER short-lived iron ore miner Venture Minerals is going to seek cash from the Tarkine National Coalition in Tasmania after the latter lost a legal challenge in relation to a 24-hour trucking permit granted to Venture for its now-shuttered Riley mine.

Venture didn't 'keep on truckin' post-2021

Venture didn't 'keep on truckin' post-2021

Venture didn't say how much it was seeking. The 2 million tonne Riley deposit produced a single shipment of iron ore in late 2021 but was almost immediately closed in response to the falling iron ore...

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