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











OPINION: Asia's hunger for coal keeps growing

OPINION: Asia's hunger for coal keeps growing

August 18, 2015

A myth repeated often enough can sometimes become regarded as fact despite evidence to the contrary.

Future of Springvale mine at threat; New Voice for Mining campaign launched today

August 13, 2015

Centennial Coal has announced it will have to stand down the majority of its Springvale workforce—in excess of 300 workers— by August 21.

Green groups sabotage of coal must end

Green groups sabotage of coal must end

August 07, 2015

Action is needed to prevent anti-coal groups from threatening the NSW economy by abusing technical loopholes in the Australian legal system to sabotage critical new mining projects.

Coal & Allied’s MTW team hits the streets of Singleton to meet supporters

Coal & Allied’s MTW team hits the streets of Singleton to meet supporters

July 31, 2015

Coal & Allied’s Mount Thorley Warkworth team were meeting members of the local community at Gowrie Street Mall in Singleton over the weekend.

Hundreds gather to support mining in the Hunter

Hundreds gather to support mining in the Hunter

July 27, 2015

Hundreds of people gathered in Newcastle today in a positive display of support for mining and the benefits it brings to the Hunter, including regional jobs, and opportunities for small businesses.

New public information campaign to highlight importance of mining to NSW

New public information campaign to highlight importance of mining to NSW

July 20, 2015

Mining operations use just 0.1 per cent of land in NSW while providing jobs to tens of thousands of families, as well as billions of dollars in royalties to help fund roads, hospitals, schools and emergency services across the state.

Exaggerations and distortions on Watermark project must end

Exaggerations and distortions on Watermark project must end

July 15, 2015

Ridiculous exaggerations and distortions have dominated discussions over the Watermark mine. The community deserves the facts, and evidence on this important project rather than the irresponsible scaremongering being undertaken by some.

OPINION: Hunter coal mines drive state growth

OPINION: Hunter coal mines drive state growth

July 14, 2015

Jobs are the central pillar that underpins the economic, social and even environmental stability of regional communities throughout NSW, including the Hunter.

OPINION: Sydney pollies killing off coal jobs in Hunter

OPINION: Sydney pollies killing off coal jobs in Hunter

July 09, 2015

From the north shore of Sydney they can see the Sydney CBD for which they make the bulk of their decisions.

Hunter Miners dig deep for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service

Hunter Miners dig deep for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service

July 09, 2015

Hunter locals Joe and Margaret Matthews broke records last week at the annual Black Coal ball, raising $37,000—almost double the normal fundraising tally—for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.

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