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White Rock in the dock after toe amputation

VICTORIA miner White Rock Minerals’ subsidiary Morning Star Gold has been fined $30,000 in the Mansfield Magistrates' Court after a worker had his big toe ripped off while operating an unguarded machine at the Morning Star gold mine in Woods Point.

The court fined Morning Star for the incident

The court fined Morning Star for the incident

Morning Star pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to provide or maintain plant that was safe and without risks to health and was also ordered to pay $4098 in costs. The incident in November 2020 involved...

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