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The world's worst coal mining disasters 16 May, 2014 While technological improvements and stricter safety regulations have reduced coal mining related deaths, accidents are still too common. China, which produces more than one-third of annual...

The fall-out from Indonesia’s raw mineral ore export ban 21 March, 2014 After much uncertainty, Indonesia has finally enacted its ban on the export of raw mineral ores, as well as introducing an unexpected tax. Experts from Ernst & Young and Investec discuss...

MINE digital magazine: Issue 19 19 March, 2014 In this issue: Greenland's mining future, innovation in exploration technology, Scotland's controversial new mine project, extracting uranium from wastewater, global recruitment trends, and...

MINE Australia Magazine: Issue 1 10 March, 2014 Our new digital magazine for the Australian mining industry launches with a look at the booming mining equipment, technology and services sector, a forecast for commodity exports in 2014, an...

Five of the most controversial mining projects of 2013 05 March, 2014 The number of controversial mining projects around the world is on the rise and 2013 was no exception with concern over environmental issues and resistance from local communities flaring up...

Digging up a nation: Australia's rich mining heritage 03 March, 2014 The first book in 50 years to comprehensively detail Australia’s colourful mining history explores how the industry is an inherent part of the nation’s cultural DNA. The book's author,...

Ticking time bonds: Scottish open cast coal leaves legacy of dereliction 26 February, 2014 The green light for a new open cast coal mine in Midlothian, Scotland, has opened up an age-old debate on the effect a mine can have on local communities. The plans, which will see ten...

MINE digital magazine: Issue 18 20 February, 2014 In this issue: Corporate social responsibility in junior mining companies, the market for barite, drilling innovation for Australia, the benefits of geographic information systems, the...

The world’s biggest iron ore mines 19 February, 2014 Brazil hosts five of the world’s biggest iron ore mines, while the remaining six are located in Australia and Africa. Mining-technology.com profiles the world’s biggest iron ore mining...

Mining Australia – is it the time right to explore? 10 February, 2014 Many mining companies in Australia are focused on cutting costs and reducing risk, but should they be exploring? Elly Earls asks Bruce Campbell-Fraser at Western Australia’s Chamber of Minerals...

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