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Explained: Why does Malcolm Turnbull care if a power station closes down?

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 06:37

AGL wants to close the coal-fired station because it's expensive and unreliable, but the Federal Government wants to keep it open to avoid power shortages. But why the focus on coal, and who would be footing the bill?

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