Category: Miners Are People Too

Finalists Announced For the Resources Awards For Women

2017 AICD SCHOLARSHIPS FOR EXCEPTIONAL WOMEN IN MINING

The Minerals Council of Australia, in partnership with BHP and Downer, is again supporting talented women to take the

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Renewable energy transition benefit Indigenous

At the National Native Title Conference in Townsville, Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) brought together key participants in the renewable

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Energy market report highlights sector challenges

The Australian Energy Regulator published its tenth annual State of the Energy Market report, highlighting the changing dynamics across

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Rio Tinto Weipa Indigenous employment award

Rio Tinto’s Weipa bauxite mine has won the ‘Best Company Indigenous Employment and Training Initiative’ award at the Queensland

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Intensive effort underway to save 350 jobs at Tahmoor

After 350 colliery workers were told the mine would close and they would lose their jobs last year, Mining Company

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Mining towns will survive: new report

Despite the mining boom coming to an end, a new report says mining towns will find a way to

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CQ miner slammed as 100+ workers stood down unpaid

A BLACKWATER mining company that has left more than 100 workers in limbo for the next two months has

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Mining town sings Christmas carol to feed families affected by closure

When South Yorkshire’s Hatfield Main Colliery closed its doors for good, miners from the British countryside town banded together

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Depressed miner

Spending Christmas alone? How to cope with loneliness

Loneliness at Christmas is common in the mining and energy industries, especially among fly-in fly-out workers. QMEB has found

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Illegal fireworks warning issued ahead of holidays

Authorities warn using illegal fireworks this festive season could be dangerous. WorkSafe and the Country Fire Authority (CFA) recently urged holidayers

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