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Tas forest peace deal done MP3

The Tasmanian Parliament is set to pass a historic forest peace deal. Signatories to the agreement have advised the Government to pass the agreement that has been radically ammended by the Upper House. The Upper House has made key changes to the way native forest is protected but environmental groups have been assured that logging will cease in the areas earmarked for reservation. Source: abc.net.au

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