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The value of resource and civil construction (engineering construction) has fallen to its lowest level since March 2009 confirming the need for policy reforms to aid the economy in getting over the construction phase of the mining boom.

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Friday, 17 March 2017 11:25

Your tech won't work without mining

Minerals demand requires global approach.

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Friday, 10 March 2017 14:05

Newcastle mines grouting fund

The NSW Government announced the $17 million Newcastle Mines Grouting Fund program would be extended until the end of 2017 to encourage revitalization of the city.

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Industrial drone company Airobotics has established its first overseas entity in Perth, Western Australia, to service clients in Australia’s mining and resources sector, according to Austrade.

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Monday, 20 February 2017 04:57

New coal mine takes key step forward

Queensland’s latest coal mine proposal - the $1 billion Olive Downs mine near Moranbah - is a step closer after been given coordinated project status.

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Friday, 18 November 2016 15:43

Next mining boom: jobs for engineers

Enrolments for mining engineering degrees are plummeting – just as Australia’s mining sector is seeing a global rally in prices that industry leaders fear will create a desperate shortage of graduates within a few years.

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Thursday, 27 October 2016 13:58

Mines minister opens deflector

Doray Minerals Limited (ASX: DRM, “Doray”, “the Company”) is pleased to announce the official opening of its 100%-owned Deflector Gold Project (“Deflector”, “the Project”) located 160kms east of Geraldton in Western Australia.

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In a boost for the Hunter Valley economy, the Bloomfield Group has employed nearly 100 extra people as activity at its recently acquired open cut mine near Singleton picks up.

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Mining company Wambo Coal Pty Ltd has been convicted and fined $60,000 and ordered to pay the NSW Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA) legal costs after pleading guilty in the Land and Environment Court to emitting an offensive odour from its coal mine near Singleton.

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