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The comments that sealed Malcolm Turnbull’s fate as chair of the NSW Net-Zero Emissions and Clean Economy Board

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Calling for a moratorium on new coal mines on the eve of a critical NSW by-election in the Hunter Valley led to Malcolm Turnbull being dumped from his new job.

NSW Environment Minister Matt Kean admits the comments made by the former prime minister on ABC radio just a day after being appointed chair of the NSW Net-Zero Emissions and Clean Economy Board – sealed his fate.

“It wasn’t helpful,” Kean told ABC Radio National on Wednesday.

He admitted the the five-year appointment last week…



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