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- Deloitte reveals its top mining trends for 2020
- BHP reports reduced coal production following Australian bushfires
- Something in the water: read this and more in the latest issue of MINE Australia
- Rio Tinto donates A$1m to Australian Red Cross amid bushfires
- Pike River Disaster: a decade of reparations and recovery
Canada’s Teck seeks to become carbon neutral by 2050
Diversified natural resources company Teck Resources has revealed its plans to become carbon neutral by 2050.
BHP reports reduced coal production following Australian bushfires
BHP’s operational review for the second half of 2019 reflects the negative impact of the Australian bushfires on coal production.
Something in the water: read this and more in the latest issue of MINE Australia
In this issue: are mines damaging the water supply in New South Wales, Australian uranium bounces back, Australia and the US’ rare-earth partnership, and more.
Rio Tinto donates A$1m to Australian Red Cross amid bushfires
Anglo-Australian mining company Rio Tinto has upped its donation to the Red Cross’ disaster relief and recovery fund by A$750,000, bringing the company’s total donation to A$1m.
Pike River Disaster: a decade of reparations and recovery
In 2010, four methane gas explosions rocked the Pike River coal mine, killing 29 workers and triggering the worst mining accident in New Zealand for close to a century. In the decade since, the national government, police forces and safety specialists have worked to make the mine safe for manned re-entry, to search for the bodies of the victims, and provide closure for their families. We chart the responses and recovery over the last nine years.
New South Wales fire threatens Springvale Coal mine
Authorities have warned that a "mega-fire" currently burning at Gospers Mountain, NSW, Australia could reach a nearby coal mine and destroy a major power station.
Kenmare receives approval for road to Pilivili ore zone in Mozambique
Titanium minerals and zircon producer Kenmare Resources has received Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA) approval for a purpose-built road to the Pilivili ore zone in Mozambique.
Q&A: the fight for water in Australia’s mines
One of the biggest issues facing mining in Australia is water security, and as climate change makes droughts increasingly common, problems are arising over how to access water without running into trouble. Scarlett Evans speaks to managing director of Aussie Pumps Warwick Lorenz about how to provide water security for miners.
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