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Eastern Goldfields avoids wind-up order

The wind-up of Michael Fotios’ Eastern Goldfields has been cancelled after payment of the debt which triggered the order. The Supreme Court yesterday returned Eastern Goldfields to its directors on...

Four Queensland coal mines face closure

Four Queensland coal mines could be closed after allegedly failing to meet dust monitoring obligations designed to protect workers’ health. Glenclore’s Oaky North and Oaky No. 1 and...

New player sees growth in Queensland mining sector

Recent Queensland transport and logistics entrant Centurion says it expects activity in Queensland’s multibillion-dollar mining, resources and infrastructure sector to further pick up in the next 18...

Challenges facing the gold mining sector #blog

The gold industry has kept the Australian economy strong for the better part of the last century. Times have changed, though, with tight margins, high costs, and deeper deposits, and a whole host of...

QUEENSLAND TO TRIAL DRIVERLESS DOZERS

An Australian first production trial aiming to increase mine efficiency and worker safety and longevity will kick off in Queensland next month thanks to a unique partnership between Wolff Group...

Baralaba Coal Future Uncertain

The future of Baralaba Coal is in limbo after the company called in administrators on Wednesday.
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#MiningNews | Cape Upstart oil spill charges welcomed

Cape Upstart oil spill charges welcomed Ports Minister Mark Bailey says legal proceedings against two parties allegedly responsible for the Cape Upstart oil spill nearly two years ago sends a strong...

New coal technology part of LNP’s approach

The Liberal National Party’s (LNP) support for a new ultra-supercritical coal-fired power station in North Queensland would deliver essential base load power and help to create hundreds of regional...