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











NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour lands in Lithgow

July 15, 2013

NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee visited Lithgow today to meet with the Council and discuss the industry’s benefits as part of the 2013 NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour.

A price on carbon above our competitors puts jobs and investment at risk

July 14, 2013

Any price on carbon emissions over and above Australia’s international competitors will continue to put jobs and investment at risk in mining and other industries right across NSW.

NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour goes virtual in Dubbo

NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour goes virtual in Dubbo

July 11, 2013

The 2013 NSW Mining Rail and Road Tour is in Dubbo today to test drive virtual dump trucks and see firsthand the contribution mining is making to the local community and the wider region.

NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour heads underground in Parkes

NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour heads underground in Parkes

July 10, 2013

The 2013 NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour arrived in Parkes today where investment in world-leading mining technology and innovation is flowing through the local community and region.

NSW Mining welcomes Federal Coalition's promise to cut green & red tape

July 08, 2013

The Federal Coalition’s promise to cut $1 billion a year in green and red tape has been welcomed by the NSW Minerals Council as a positive step forward in fostering greater investment and job creation in NSW and across Australia.

NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour begins in Broken Hill

NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour begins in Broken Hill

July 08, 2013

The 2013 NSW Mining Road and Rail Tour begins in Broken Hill today, in recognition of the rich mining history and modern contribution mining makes to the town and surrounding region.

Climate Commission heart in the right place but head still out on the wind farm

Climate Commission heart in the right place but head still out on the wind farm

July 04, 2013

Real action to reduce pollution and emissions and protect the environment is an important priority for governments, and an issue that businesses and industry must take seriously. Unfortunately many of the so-called solutions presented to date damage the Australian economy, put jobs at risk and offer no real alternatives.

Federal Government must hold EDO to account

July 03, 2013

The Federal Government must provide safeguards to ensure that new funding it is providing to the NSW Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) is not used to provide assistance to extreme anti-mining activists who are intent on economic sabotage and continuously break the law in pursuit of their political agenda.

Renewed NSW focus on approvals process welcome

July 03, 2013

The NSW mining industry has welcomed the NSW Premier’s renewed focus on the urgent need to reduce ‘green tape’ and duplication in the state and federal planning systems.

Massive cost of planning delays revealed: Jobs and billions of investment gone

Massive cost of planning delays revealed: Jobs and billions of investment gone

July 01, 2013

NSW will pay a high economic price including the loss of billions of dollars in mining revenue and thousands of jobs if mining projects continue to be subjected to approval delays of 12 months or more, according to new research undertaken by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC).

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