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CNN   08 June 2021   Australia   Queensland  
<p>A new species of dinosaur discovered in Australia has been confirmed as the largest ever found in the country, and one of the biggest in the world.<br />The fossilized skeleton, nicknamed "Cooper," was found in southwest Queensland in 2007, at Cooper Creek ...   13 February 2018   Australia   Queensland  
<p>Queensland's Environment Department has thrown embattled miner New Acland Coal a lifeline, despite its historic loss in the Land Court last year.</p> <p>The court recommended against the coal mine's expansion into agricultural land on Queensland's Darling ...
Filed under: Mining News
The Daily Telegraph   10 December 2017   Australia   Queensland  
<p>BIS Oxford Economics today release a report Mining in Australia 2017 to 2032, with results signalling a resurgence in the nation&rsquo;s resource sector &mdash; particularly in the Bowen Basin.</p> <p>The major annual report, which provides comprehensive ...
Filed under: Mining News   11 August 2017   Australia   Queensland  
<p>Four Queensland underground coal mines risk closure after allegedly failing to meet their dust-monitoring obligations, Mines Minister Anthony Lynham has told State Parliament.<br /><br />The mines are Glencore's Oaky North and Oaky No.1 at Tieri, and Anglo's ...
Filed under: Mining News
The Courier Mail   20 April 2017   Australia   Queensland  
<p>A SLOWDOWN in building and construction projects in Queensland is to blame for a series of high-profile building collapses, leaving half-finished projects abandoned, sub contractors short changed and creditors hundreds of millions of dollars out of pocket.</p ...   28 September 2015   Australia   Queensland  
<p>A giant "sinkhole" at a Queensland camping spot is now relatively stable and may have actually been a landslide, a geotechnical engineer says.<br /><br />About 300 campers were evacuated from Inskip Point near Rainbow Beach on Saturday night after the large ...
Filed under: Natural Hazards
<p>The University of Queensland has joined forces with Australia&rsquo;s largest multi-cargo port for a $2 million research project to develop new port-related engineering solutions. The three-year Port of Brisbane project is one of the first ventures by ...