In a small farming town in the Australian state of New South Wales, residents and neighbours have found themselves divided over a looming project that has pitted miners against farmers.
The debate centres on an A$3.6 billion (S$3.7 billion) coal seam gas project that would provide a much-needed boost to the nation's dwindling energy supplies.
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