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NSW koala deal ‘will push them to brink’

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Conservationists say a new deal struck between the NSW Liberal and Nationals parties will minimise koala protections in rural areas will push the species to the brink.

NSW National leader and Deputy Premier John Barilaro, who threatened to “blow up” the Berejiklian government over koala conservation planning laws six months ago, said the deal struck the right balance and would prevent farmers from being “strangled by red tape”.

But the Greens say the regulatory changes “set koalas up…



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