29 reportable incidents last week in NSW's mining industry.
Epiroc ready to launch Batteries-as-a-Service.
The agency was focused on fixing the borehole 51 issue and checking the integrity of gas monitoring.
More dangerous incidents at New South Wales mines involving mobile plant and equipment.
The company recently renegotiated terms on expiring contracts on improved commercial terms.
Eight-rig contract has SMS turning out first Gen II rigs in years.
Cobar mine truck fire forces 19 workers to seek refuge in a refuge chamber.
AN agitator truck fire catches fire underground, forcing workers to seek refuge.
Caterpillar created its own on board fast charging system too.
Elphinstone truck can be used as a scissor lift, delivery truck or even fuel carrier.
To fulfil the contract Mitchell will initially deploy two underground diamond rigs to Kalgoorlie.
Swick heads to the US for Northern Star.
Extending Olympic Dam stay to 2020.
Case building for greater use of battery electric vehicles underground.
NSW's Resources Regulator issues another warning after another haul truck incident down a mine.
Bounty can seek funding from third parties in relation to the payment of $7 million to Cook.
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