Queensland miners want tougher penalties for protestors who disrupt operations

QUEENSLAND miners want tougher penalties imposed on protesters who illegally disrupt mining activities and abuse and harass people working in the resources sector.

Queensland miners want tougher penalties for protestors who disrupt operations Queensland miners want tougher penalties for protestors who disrupt operations Queensland miners want tougher penalties for protestors who disrupt operations Queensland miners want tougher penalties for protestors who disrupt operations Queensland miners want tougher penalties for protestors who disrupt operations

One recent example of disruption caused by protesting occurred on top of a train carrying coal from Bravus’ Carmichael mine in central Queensland.

Queensland Resources Council CEO Ian Macfarlane said not enough was being done through the legal system to protect resources employees and companies from anti-mining activists who repeatedly broke the