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











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.

Wear hi-vis at the ‘Voice for Mining Family Day’ 10 April 2016

Wear hi-vis at the ‘Voice for Mining Family Day’ 10 April 2016

April 06, 2016

Wear hi-vis at the ‘Voice for Mining Family Day’ 10 April 2016. A big day for rugby league and a big day for our Hunter miners.

DRE Fact Sheet: Exploration and Mining Rehabilitation

DRE Fact Sheet: Exploration and Mining Rehabilitation

March 31, 2016

Department of Resources and Energy has released a fact sheet on exploration and mining rehabilitation. The NSW Government has strict conditions in place to ensure that any land affected by exploration and mining activities is left in a safe, stable and non-polluting sustainable condition.

NSW Government delivers better safety for mine workers and protesters

NSW Government delivers better safety for mine workers and protesters

March 17, 2016

The NSW Government has delivered better safety for mine workers and protesters through a package of measures that will deter illegal and dangerous protest activity while protecting the rights of people to protest within the law.

OPINION: Some protesters need to be punished

OPINION: Some protesters need to be punished

March 17, 2016

Everyone has the right to be safe at work. We have a range of laws that say so. In a ­democracy, everyone should also have the right to protest within the law.

OPINION: Four year analysis shows local mining pumped $21.6 billion into the Hunter economy

OPINION: Four year analysis shows local mining pumped $21.6 billion into the Hunter economy

March 15, 2016

The recent job cuts announced by several Upper Hunter mines are an unfortunate reminder of just how tough things currently are for the mining sector in NSW. However despite these tough times, mining activity in the Hunter continues to underpin the regional economy.

2016 Women in Mining Awards Celebrate a Diverse NSW Mining Industry

2016 Women in Mining Awards Celebrate a Diverse NSW Mining Industry

March 08, 2016

On International Women’s Day, we are celebrating our women miners with the launch of the NSW Minerals Council and NSW Women in Mining Network (WIMnet NSW) 2016 NSW Women in Mining Awards.

NSW Government takes responsible step in deterring illegal mine protests

NSW Government takes responsible step in deterring illegal mine protests

March 07, 2016

The NSW government has taken a measured and responsible approach in seeking tougher deterrents for those who chose to break the law when protesting at mine sites across NSW.

New public awareness campaign on Mining launched in NSW

New public awareness campaign on Mining launched in NSW

March 07, 2016

Mining operations use just 0.1 per cent of land in NSW while providing jobs to tens of thousands of families. Mining continues to co-exist with regional neighbours including beef and wheat farms. Mine rehabilitation in NSW is world class, often returning the land to better than it was prior to mining.

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