Daily Digest - Thursday 29 January

January 29, 2015

Thursday 29 January

  • Mining boom causing headaches in Finland - The Newcastle Herald reports on the opinion of two visiting academics from Finland, Jukka Sihvonen and Rauno Sairnen, who were visiting the Hunter Valley to study our approach to mining development, planning laws and best practice in environment protection. Read the article: http://bit.ly/1zCzZLT
  • Festival unique opportunity - Hunter Valley News is praising the Hunter Mining Show’s unique approach of a high level of engagement with the regional community has resonated with industry suppliers, resulting in very strong levels of support for the event from local, national and international suppliers. Read the article: http://bit.ly/1K6RkMw
  • Brant Webb guest speaker - Hunter Valley News is also reporting on Beaconsfield survivor Brant Webb, set to share his experiences at the upcoming Hunter Mining Show. And, mine workers – along with the broader community – have the chance to hear about some of the lessons learned from the 2006 Beaconsfield Mining tragedy. Read the article: http://bit.ly/1Br1mTT
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