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Mine Australia Magazine: Issue 6 06 January, 2015 In this issue: Reviving the mining sector in Victoria, Australia’s involvement in the creation of ISO automation safety standards, Rio Tinto’s new 3D mapping tool, predicting material...

MINE digital magazine: Issue 28 18 December, 2014 In this issue: challenges and opportunities for graphite, Vale and ABB’s mine automation project, keeping temperatures low underground with a new approach to ice cooling, mitigating Ebola risks...

Raw potential: Kazakhstan's quest for mining investment 08 December, 2014 Kazakhstan has been tipped as the world’s next mining hotspot, but is it prepared to make the most of its untapped assets? The country's resource potential is beyond doubt, but financial...

MINE digital magazine: Issue 27 21 November, 2014 In this issue: Assessing the top mining business risks, Goldcorp’s journey from lows to highs, Kazakhstan’s promising mining future, the potential of geosynthetics for mining operations,...

Overcoming altitude – Ausenco recognised for challenging Andes project 10 November, 2014 Australia-based project manager Ausenco has won an award for deploying innovative solutions to overcome adversity at a challenging mining project located in the lofty heights of the Andes...

Mine Australia Magazine: Issue 5 07 November, 2014 In this issue: Exploring the huge resource potential of the Northern Territory, Sandfire Resources’ investment strategy at home and abroad, boosting efficiency in mining operations, the...

The 10 biggest foreign-owned mines in Brazil 27 October, 2014 Many of Brazil’s biggest mines are foreign owned and while recent years have seen changes in royalty and tax laws, both politicians and the public have demanded more indigenous...

New Zealand says no to ironsand mining 14 October, 2014 A controversial ironsand mining project 36km off the coast of New Zealand was turned down in June after an environmental committee cited a lack of certainty over risks to the environment....

Bolivia’s mining reforms – will Morales’ reforms cost his presidency? 29 September, 2014 Bolivia’s President Evo Morales aims to restructure the mining industry’s legislation in accordance with the position in the country’s new 2009 constitution - that its natural resources...

Mine Australia Magazine: Issue 4 12 September, 2014 In this issue: Business in Queensland, a cheaper and greener wastewater treatment, assessing the impact of mining on delicate ecosystems, difficult times in the mining equipment sector,...

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