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Broadspectrum Millmerran Power Station

Hundreds of job openings at $427M mineral mine

A mineral producer is inviting expressions of interest (EOIs) for hundreds of job vacancies at its $427 million rare

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Austrack worker concrete sleepers

Contract awarded for part of $3.5B metal project

A multinational railroad equipment supplier has won the latest tender for part of a $3.5 billion metal project in

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Hastings Technology Yangibana Project

$427M mineral mine on track for approval

A mineral producer has received the tentative green light for its $427 million rare earths mine in Western Australia’s

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Fortescue Metals Group jobs

$1.7B mine recommended for approval

An Australian metal producer has received the in-principle nod to proceed with its $1.7 billion iron ore project in

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Adani Carmichael Coal Project workers

Hiring begins at $21B mine with opportunities every week

A foreign proponent is hiring contractors and suppliers for its $21 billion coal mine in Central Queensland’s Galilee Basin.

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Core Lithium workers

$73m metal project approved in Top End

A diversified resources developer has been given the nod for a $73 million exotic metals project in the Top

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Whitehaven Coal workers

More details revealed for $1B Bowen Basin mine

An emerging force in the industry has revealed more details on its $1 billion coal project in Queensland’s Bowen

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Anthony Lynham Annastacia Palaszczuk Rio Tinto

Coal and metal mining job opportunities soar

There are now more chances of finding work at Queensland mines than at the same time last year, new

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Extinction Rebellion protestors pedestrian crossing

Anti-Adani superglue protestor fined and vows to do it again

An anti-Adani protestor has been fined for super gluing himself to a pedestrian crossing in downtown Brisbane on June

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Extinction Rebellion protestors

Anti-Adani protestors glue themselves to Brisbane CBD street

Activists who glued themselves to a downtown Brisbane pedestrian crossing were protesting against the approval of a $21 billion

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