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Qld Mines Memorial Day livestreamed

MORE people were able to participate in remembering the 1500 mine workers who died in Queensland’s mines with this year’s annual memorial being livestreamed online for the general public for the first time.

  Queensland Mines Minister Anthony Lynham at the Mines Memorial Day live streaming.

Queensland Mines Minister Anthony Lynham at the Mines Memorial Day live streaming.

Mines minister Anthony Lynham said the Mines Memorial Day provided a time for reflection and a sobering reminder of why safety must come first. "Together with stakeholders, I look forward to the opportunity...

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