New mine rehabilitation approaches explored at Singleton Mine Rehabilitation Conference

New mine rehabilitation approaches explored at Singleton Mine Rehabilitation Conference

October 04, 2014

New and innovative approaches to mine rehabilitation are improving topsoil and rehabilitation results in the Hunter Valley, according to government, industry and academic speakers at the Tom Farrell Institute’s annual Mine Rehabilitation Conference in Singleton.

BHP Billiton helps educate the next generation of Indigenous Australians

BHP Billiton helps educate the next generation of Indigenous Australians

October 02, 2014

BHP Billiton has announced its support for the CSIRO's new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander STEM education program.

Revealed: The Australia Institute’s campaign against 7,000 NSW jobs

Revealed: The Australia Institute’s campaign against 7,000 NSW jobs

September 26, 2014

It has been revealed that the activist group, The Australia Institute, has directly campaigned against a total of over 7,000 existing and proposed mining jobs in NSW in 2014 alone.

Hear Di’s story about how the Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue improves communication and respect

Hear Di’s story about how the Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue improves communication and respect

September 23, 2014

In the third video in our Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue story series, we hear from Di Sneddon, former editor of the Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue participant as she remembers the “icy” start of the dialogue and the hurdles that the group has overcome.

Latest illegal access incident risks catastrophe

Latest illegal access incident risks catastrophe

September 18, 2014

The NSW Government must act immediately with tough penalties for professional activists and anyone else illegally accessing mine sites, after the latest incident that put lives at risk.

Australia Institute's economic circus continues with admission of latest error

Australia Institute's economic circus continues with admission of latest error

September 16, 2014

The Australia Institute has confirmed its third major economic error in as many months, with the admission today in the Newcastle Herald that its submissions against job-generating mining projects in NSW seriously underestimated the expected royalties to be generated.

$17 billion economic fraud reveals Australia Institute’s true agenda

$17 billion economic fraud reveals Australia Institute’s true agenda

September 15, 2014

The Australia Institute has been caught out publishing blatant misinformation, with a $17 billion black hole revealed in their recent attempt to attack the mining industry.

Anti-mining report had a pickaxe to grind

Anti-mining report had a pickaxe to grind

September 15, 2014

THE Australia Institute has been caught out using a massive economic deception to attack the mining industry and the jobs of mining workers across NSW. The Australia Institute must now be held to account for the jobs they have put at risk by presenting their anti-mining propaganda as “economic research”.

Compromise must be found to save Hunter jobs

Compromise must be found to save Hunter jobs

September 15, 2014

The NSW Minerals Council has called for a compromise between horse breeders and local miners in the Hunter to save hundreds of jobs in both industries.

Past winners encouraging entries in our Industry & Suppliers Awards

Past winners encouraging entries in our Industry & Suppliers Awards

September 11, 2014

NSW businesses Pegasus and HMS Group are encouraging entries in our refreshed awards program.

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