Court bid to stop bushfire area logging
ONABEKUN ISIAQ ADEKUNLE
Feb. 18, 2020
Rare wildlife including the greater glider and alpine tree frog are at risk of "irreparable harm" if logging continues in bushfire-hit parts of Victoria.
Environmental group Wildlife of the Central Highlands is fighting in court to temporarily stop government company VicForests logging areas hit by the summer's bushfires.
"There is a real risk of irreparable harm to the overall population of these species if logging continues," the lawyer representing WOTCH said in the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
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