Clean TeQ signs Voluntary Planning Agreement to fund $18m in local initiatives and infrastructure during Sunrise project

Clean TeQ signs Voluntary Planning Agreement to fund $18m in local initiatives and infrastructure during Sunrise project

December 14, 2018

NSW Minerals Council member Clean Teq has signed a Voluntary Planning Agreement with Shire Councils of Lachlan, Forbes and Parkes, committing over $18 million to the community during its Sunrise project.

OPINION: Rabid anti-coal policy would kill NSW economy - Daily Telegraph, 11 Dec 2018

OPINION: Rabid anti-coal policy would kill NSW economy - Daily Telegraph, 11 Dec 2018

December 11, 2018

Opinion piece from our CEO on extreme policy from the Greens that would have severe implications for the NSW economy.

People

The most important thing to come out of our mines is our people. That’s why we’re constantly working to build on our world-leading health and safety record and striving for zero harm.
 
To keep our industry strong for many years to come, we need a steady stream of highly skilled workers. We’re investing in education to teach our young people about NSW mining, and providing information about employment and careers to those considering joining our workforce.
 
And while mining has traditionally been a male-dominated industry, we’re determined to encourage diversity – we’ve launched the NSW Women in Mining Network and we’re expanding opportunities for Indigenous Australians, too. 

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