Ashton ruling means much ­needed jobs for the Hunter

Ashton ruling means much ­needed jobs for the Hunter

August 28, 2014

The Land and Environment Court ruling that the Ashton South East Open Cut Project is capable of approval subject to the resolution of conditions will help secure vital jobs for the Hunter region.

Mike Baird’s last chance to save NSW business

Mike Baird’s last chance to save NSW business

August 27, 2014

Before the last federal election, Ford announced it was closing its Australian car manufacturing operation, axing the jobs of about 1200 workers.

Clarence Water Transfer Scheme now drought-proofing Lithgow

Clarence Water Transfer Scheme now drought-proofing Lithgow

August 27, 2014

Lithgow Council has commissioned an upgrade to the Clarence Water Transfer Scheme. In a partnership with Centennial Coal, new infrastructure and pipelines have been built to drought-proof the town with treated water from the nearby Clarence Colliery.

NSW miners' work helping the local community recognised

NSW miners' work helping the local community recognised

August 26, 2014

The Northparkes Mines Volunteer Leave Program has taken out this year’s NSW Mining Environment and Community Excellence Award.

Post-mining land uses that may float your boat, or even your home

Post-mining land uses that may float your boat, or even your home

August 25, 2014

Mined land in Germany has been developed for a wide variety of post-mining land uses, from factories and forestry to lakes for fishing, boating and even floating homes.

PAC says Drayton South decision soon

PAC says Drayton South decision soon

August 25, 2014

The NSW Planning Assessment Commission says a decision on the Drayton South coal mine project could be known as soon as October.

New Comprehensive Upper Hunter Rehabilitation Reporting Released

New Comprehensive Upper Hunter Rehabilitation Reporting Released

August 25, 2014

Nine Upper Hunter coal producers will today release new rehabilitation reporting for 2012 and 2013 at the NSW Minerals Council Environment and Community Conference held in the Hunter.

Greens insult our hardworking NSW miners again

Greens insult our hardworking NSW miners again

August 20, 2014

Once again the Greens have insulted the more than 20,000 coal miners of NSW and their families, this time by claiming that Sydney University’s modest investment in the job-creating Whitehaven coal mining project near Boggabri will somehow damage the institution’s reputation.

Illawarra Coal mines a key asset in proposed BHP Billiton demerger

Illawarra Coal mines a key asset in proposed BHP Billiton demerger

August 20, 2014

BHP Billiton is proposing major changes to its structure that signals a change in ownership of some of its NSW mines and the establishment of a new multi-billion dollar mid-tier resources company.

Aurizon results improved by Hunter coal volumes

Aurizon results improved by Hunter coal volumes

August 19, 2014

Coal shipments from the Hunter Valley have been named a major contributor to record breaking tonnage results released today by freight haulage company Aurizon.

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