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Eloise still singing in the rain

THE Eloise copper mine in northwest Queensland has largely escaped damage after recent downpours in the Cloncurry region, with AIC Mines reporting underground mining and processing is continuing.

 Flood damage in Queensland

Flood damage in Queensland

Eloise is 60km southeast of Cloncurry and 155km east of Mount Isa. The Mount Isa region has been declared a natural disaster zone. Other mines in the region have been forced to close after the monsoonal...

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