Ancillary Rules: Use of mine site ecological rehabilitation as an offset 5 February 2018

Improving Mine Rehabilitation Discussion Paper 16 February 2018

Draft Voluntary Land Acquisition and Mitigation Policy 16 February 2018

Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Reforms 23 April 2018











Environmental Impact Assessment Improvement Project

Environmental Impact Assessment Improvement Project

November 28, 2016

The NSW Minerals Council (NSWMC) welcomed the opportunity to comment on the Discussion Paper for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Improvement Project and made a submission last week.

2017 UNSW Minerals Scholarship Program

2017 UNSW Minerals Scholarship Program

November 28, 2016

There are 25 new scholarships available for students commencing their 1st and 2nd year studies in Mining Engineering (or Mining Engineering dual degrees) in 2017. Applications close on 31 January 2017.

Mt Owen Mine ahead of the game in managing obesity

Mt Owen Mine ahead of the game in managing obesity

November 24, 2016

The Obesity Blueprint was launched at the NSWMC Health, Safety, Environment and Community Conference on 29 August 2016 and it has already generated significant interest across the industry.

IMARC: A Truly International Mining  Event

IMARC: A Truly International Mining Event

November 03, 2016

More than 20 international government minsters and hundreds of mining industry leaders from 55 countries are expected to converge in Melbourne next week for the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC).

Tech companies showcase future of  mining at IMARC

Tech companies showcase future of mining at IMARC

October 28, 2016

The current environment of low commodity prices have made it critical for mining companies to improve productivity, innovate and optimise operations, some of the world’s latest mining innovations and technologies will be unveiled at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC).

Coal price doubling in three months could deliver $25b economic boost

Coal price doubling in three months could deliver $25b economic boost

October 11, 2016

The mining industry has reached an agreement with Japanese steel makers that prices for most Australian coking coal will jump 117 per cent in just three months. The agreement means most Australian coking coal will be sold for $US200 per tonne over the next three months, compared with $US81 per tonne in the March quarter.

OPINION: Greens policy 'reckless'

OPINION: Greens policy 'reckless'

October 11, 2016

Imagine if a political party announced there would be no more beef, wool or wine produced or exported from the Hunter or anywhere in NSW, by 2020. The NSW Greens have a policy to end an even bigger industry. Their policy is to abolish the coal industry in NSW within three years, despite the fact that national coal exports are worth $38 billion.

Newspoll: Less than half back bill for clean energy

Newspoll: Less than half back bill for clean energy

October 10, 2016

Forty-five per cent of Australians are prepared to pay extra to have more energy generated from renewable sources such as wind and solar, but the majority of those voters wants the cost to be less than $10 a month. In a special Newspoll conducted exclusively for The Australian also finds that 44 per cent do not want to pay any extra for renewable energy, while 11 per cent are undecided.

Mindset the key to managing risk

Mindset the key to managing risk

October 10, 2016

A leading mining executive, Matt Gill, Managing Director and CEO of White Rock Minerals has urged other industry leaders to be more in tune with staff behaviours in order to effectively manage risk in the workplace.

OPINION: Coal cuts would burn a $16 billion industry

OPINION: Coal cuts would burn a $16 billion industry

September 28, 2016

About 20,000 NSW coal workers and their families rely on mining for their livelihoods, and nearly 8000 local businesses supply mining operations with more than $7 billion in goods and services. The Greens want to end all this by 2020.

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