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Beaconsfield mine rescuers honoured with bravery awards

National Bravery Awards will be given to four miners who used low intensity explosives to reach their trapped co-workers during the 2006 Beaconsfield mine rescue in Tasmania.  The work of Scott...

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One million trees can’t be wrong

In late May, Greening Australia joined forces with miner and refinery operator, Alcoa of Australia, to launch an ambitious rehabilitation project called the One Million Trees Project. The project...

National Mining Games Being Staged in Perth Today

Around 200 students from across Australia are competing in the National Collegiate Mining Games which are being staged in Perth today for the first time. The two-day competition, being held at the...

Too much sitting at work a substantial health hazard

Curtin University researchers have found sedentary working conditions are likely to contribute substantially to increasing rates of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and some cancers...

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