Credit: June 23, 2012 | Cheryl Hall | 7.30 Victoria | abc.net.au ~~
A wind farm company has been told to comply with noise regulations or face shutdown. The state government is in the middle of deciding whether to shut down Australia’s biggest wind farm. Planning Minister Matthew Guy is examining reports that claim a wind farm north of Ballarat has breached noise standards.
Source: June 23, 2012 | Cheryl Hall | 7.30 Victoria | abc.net.au
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