Employee privacy breach at BHP causing union outrage

Employee privacy breach at BHP causing union outrage

The union asked BHP to take immediate steps to rectify the problem.

Sustainability

16 JULY 2018
Hunter Valley MP doesn't believe in coal

Hunter Valley MP doesn't believe in coal

Renewable energy is popular in the Hunter Valley, Conroy said.

Sustainability

16 JULY 2018
Realm sees blue sky around Foxleigh

Realm sees blue sky around Foxleigh

Further exploration drilling had begun on Roper Creek.

Development

16 JULY 2018
OptiFlox to be trialed in Bowen Basin

OptiFlox to be trialed in Bowen Basin

SciDev is confident that further commercial trials will be secured.

Comminution

16 JULY 2018
Tasman rehab project earns plaudits

Tasman rehab project earns plaudits

The rehab of Tasman mine pit- top was deemed satisfactory.

Sustainability

16 JULY 2018
News Wrap

News Wrap

Adani mines to impact on coal jobs, according to an Australia Institute report.

Investment

16 JULY 2018
Mastermyne appoints Whitcombe to board

Mastermyne appoints Whitcombe to board

The appointment came after a review of the board's skills mix.

Investment

13 JULY 2018
Isaac Plains East production to kick off in July

Isaac Plains East production to kick off in July

The new mine will significantly lower strip ratios at the Isaac Plains complex.

Development

13 JULY 2018
Hogsback on truth in the energy debate

Hogsback on truth in the energy debate

Hogsback just wants to know the true facts about coal in the energy debate.

Sustainability

13 JULY 2018
Flynn pans renewable subsidies

Flynn pans renewable subsidies

The closure of coal generators in South Australia and Victoria had an impact on wholesale prices.

Sustainability

13 JULY 2018
Finger crushed while installing cable bolt

Finger crushed while installing cable bolt

The amputation occurred when the worker pulled his hand away.

Sustainability

13 JULY 2018
News Wrap

News Wrap

Banks back Port Waratah Coal Services in $230m deal.

Investment

13 JULY 2018