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











Federal Inquiry recommends ending tax benefit for illegal protestors

Federal Inquiry recommends ending tax benefit for illegal protestors

May 04, 2016

The Federal Government should adopt the recommendations of the House of Representatives Inquiry into tax concessions provided to groups registered as ‘environmental charities’.

NSW Government’s Biodiversity Reform Package - Implications for Mining

NSW Government’s Biodiversity Reform Package - Implications for Mining

May 04, 2016

The NSW Government has released a proposed reforms to the State’s biodiversity legislation. It proposes to bring together the Native Vegetation Act, Threatened Species Conservation Act, parts of the National Parks and Wildlife Act into one Biodiversity Conservation Act (along with some amendments to the Local Land Services Act. The regulations are not on exhibition.

Focus on compliance, community and environment at Exploration Forum

Focus on compliance, community and environment at Exploration Forum

May 03, 2016

Compliance, community engagement and environmental management will be at the forefront of this year’s NSW Minerals Council Mining Exploration Forum.

OPINION: The Crippling Cost of a Carbon Tax

OPINION: The Crippling Cost of a Carbon Tax

April 29, 2016

‘Here we go again’. It’s been 20 years since Paul Keating uttered those words, which ultimately saw John Howard sweep to victory in a landslide election in 1996.

New studies on Lower Hunter air quality find coal impact low

New studies on Lower Hunter air quality find coal impact low

April 27, 2016

Two new studies on air quality in the Lower Hunter are a useful addition to the available research on the impact coal trains and coal export terminals have on air quality in the region.

Federal Government report a shot in the arm for NSW Mining

April 19, 2016

The latest Resources and Energy Quarterly report from the Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation and Science on the medium to short term future of the mining industry is cause for strong optimism

Over 21500 Hunter footy fans turn out to back Knights and Miners

Over 21500 Hunter footy fans turn out to back Knights and Miners

April 10, 2016

Over 21500 fans and mining families have turned out in a sea of hi­vis to support two pillars of the Hunter community; the Newcastle Knights and the Hunter’s miners.

NSWMC partners with NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce to deliver successful forum on Indigenous Economic Development

NSWMC partners with NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce to deliver successful forum on Indigenous Economic Development

April 08, 2016

Over 140 delegates were in attendance at Wednesday’s forum on indigenous procurement and economic development. Held in Newcastle, the forum attracted attendees from across industry, Indigenous business and Government.

World-class rehabilitation on show in grazing study

World-class rehabilitation on show in grazing study

April 08, 2016

Results from the cattle grazing study being conducted at Rio Tinto Coal & Allied’s Hunter Valley Operations continue to show that NSW mine rehabilitation is world class.

Coal’s massive contribution to Eastern Australia continues

Coal’s massive contribution to Eastern Australia continues

April 07, 2016

Coal continues to underpin the economic strength of Eastern Australia, directly injecting over $26 billion into Queensland and NSW last financial year.

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