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NSW can't be complacent on black lung

THERE have been no new cases of black lung disease for decades amongst current coal miners in New South Wales, despite the report of more cases of black lung disease emerging in Queensland, Coal Services CEO Lucy Flemming confirmed.

Lou Caruana
NSW can't be complacent on black lung

But despite the collaborative efforts of industry, Coal Services, government departments and an unwavering commitment to improve safe work practices and employ effective preventative controls, there was...

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