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The shape of things to come

The ongoing shift from investment and construction to production and operations in the mining sector isn’t a signal that the mining boom is over. Rather, it’s a sign that the scope of mining work is...

Miners urged to give up the ciggies

Queensland miners  are being encouraged to participate in a free Workplace Quit Smoking Program being offered by the government’s  Workplaces for Wellness Initiative. The program aims to...

100 tonne dozer crushes ute in radio channel mix-up

A mix up in radio channels has resulted in a 100 tonne Caterpillar dozer reversing over a light vehicle at the Mount Arthur coal mine in the Upper Hunter of NSW. This is the finding of NSW  Mine...

Fatality at Gove alumina refinery in Northern Territory

A 61 year old worker has died at Rio Tinto’s recently mothballed Gove alumina refinery in Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. The incident happened yesterday as the worker was completing...

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