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Coal 2020 covers aspects of surface mining and underground coal mining

Big rise for Australian coal exports

Latest trade data confirm the resilience of Australia’s resources sector with coal exports on the rise despite recent global challenges. Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith...

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Incident | Truck rolled away

The NSW Resources Regulator has published a truck incident in an open cut mine. According to the report, a truck was on the workshop deadline for a defect repair. After parking the truck, the...

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BHP environment licences in Pilbara under review

Western Australia government has confirmed that the environmental licences of two mining sites operated by BHP in the Pilbara are under review after concerns about rising dust levels in the...

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11 Chinese miners rescued after two weeks underground

Two weeks after an explosion at an underground gold mine in Shandong, China, a rescue team has pulled eleven gold miners to safety. A twelfth miner is believed to be trapped on his own, 100 metres...

Tropical cyclone red alert

Cyclone contingency plans should be in place

With the season’s first cyclone (TC Lucas) having formed off the North-West coast, businesses throughout the State have been reminded to ensure that contingency plans have been established and are in...

IOT SKILLS SHORTAGES

Mining expected to speed up investment in IoT

New research from Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, has found that mining businesses expect to invest a considerable portion of their IT budgets into the Internet...

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Cyclone Kimi warning canceled

Cyclone Kimi has weakened in intensity and the cyclone has now been downgraded to a Tropical Low much to the relief of residents and miners in North Queensland. You can watch the latest update from...

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WA amendments to assist early detection of silicosis

The Western Australia Government has made an important change to the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996 that will increase protections for workers exposed to respirable crystalline...