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Blast fumes NSW EPA

Coal mine operator fined for disgusting smell

An energy company has been accused of operating in a rude and deplorable manner after revolting fumes escaped from one of its coal operations. MACH Energy Australia was widely criticised for failing...

Mine dust

Mining giant announces $300M dust reduction project

A multinational resources company will significantly remove potentially hazardous airborne particles from its metal mines in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. BHP will spend a further $300...

CFMEU Mining and Energy protest at BHP in Melbourne 2-19

Number of Queenslanders diagnosed with black lung soars

An industry body mainly representing coal mine workers is devastated to learn the number of Queenslanders diagnosed with black lung disease has reached an all-time high. More than 100 Queenslanders...

Townsville Alpins Weir (courtesy of Phil H-Townsville Flood Updates 2019-Facebook)

Contractors sought for North Queensland flood recovery

Suppliers are invited to register their contact details to assist with the clean-up effort after the North Queensland floods. The Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) is keen to...

Infrastructure revival planned for $950m coal project

A Queensland resource producer will spend┬ánearly three-quarters of its project capital expenditure on reviving a 131km-long transport corridor in the state’s South Burnett region. If a...

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