Federal Court to study submissions before deciding on Raub gold mine's appeal

Lu Wei Hoong

Modified 5 Dec 2018, 8:39 am

The apex court will have to study submissions from both sides before making a ruling on an appeal by Raub Australian Gold Mining (RAGM) concerning a defamation suit previously won by Bukit Koman resident and activist Hue Shieh Lee.

Federal Court justice Ramly Ali, who led the five-member panel, came to this decision after listening to submissions from both sides for three hours...

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