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Underground coal mine explosion kills four

Four mine workers have been killed in an underground coal mine explosion in Pakistan’s northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. A further two mine workers have been recovered from the mine alive...

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Metropolitan Coal mine gas investigation continues

The NSW Resources Regulator will lead a causal investigation into a mine gas incident at Metropolitan Coal Mine, where workers were withdrawn from the underground coal mine after carbon dioxide and...

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Mine gas explosion kills five in South African mine

A gas explosion has killed at least five people and more than twenty are missing in a disused South African coal mine. The incident occurred in  South Africa’s eastern province of Mpumalanga...

Train of Thought: Where’s the trade-off

INNOVATE, BUT DON’T MAKE A MISTAKE! Imagine I want to create a business with a culture of innovation to stay ahead of the pack and to continue to provide value to shareholders. However, in...

New Technology Creates Super Sensitive Smoke Detectors

New Technology Creates Super Sensitive Smoke Detectors

University researchers say they have developed new technology that could could make smoke detectors far more sensitive to dangerous smoke than those currently on the market. Photoelectric smoke...

Yullero 2 Gas Well May Have Been Sabotaged

WA police believe that Buru Energy’s Yulleroo 2 gas well has been deliberately sabotaged, sparking the gas leak investigation as reported on Monday. DMP Executive Director Petroleum Jeff Haworth said...

How Healthy Are Your Lungs? Take the Test

How Healthy Are Your Lungs? Take the Test

Thankfully, the days of miner’s succumbing to the dreaded ‘black lung’ by the age of  30 are far behind us, however lung health is still a very pressing health and safety issue for...