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Anglo American tour aims to encourage mine female intake

SCHOOLGIRLS from Moranbah State High School in Queensland were able to explore the underground workings for Anglo American’s Moranbah North coal mine as part of the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy’s strategy of encouraging greater female participation in the industry.

 Moranbah State High School students with Moranbah North general manager Paul Stephan.

Moranbah State High School students with Moranbah North general manager Paul Stephan.

It's the first time the QMEA has taken an all-girls group of students underground at a coal mine.   They were accompanied by two school staff for the tour, to give them a hands-on insight into the...

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