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Whitehaven improves Maules Creek productivity

MINING in the southwest corner of Whitehaven Coal’s Maules Creek mine in New South Wales is expected to be completed by the end of March, which will provide extra dumping capacity and should support productivity improvements.

Development of the North and East pits had continued in the December quarter.

Development of the North and East pits had continued in the December quarter.

Whitehaven said development of the North and East pits had continued in the December quarter. "Maules Creek's run-of-mine production of 3.1 million tonnes for the December quarter was up 9% on the September...

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