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The Guardian   26 March 2021   Australia   New South Wales  
<p>The number of New South Wales residents forced from their homes by flooding is &ldquo;trickling down&rdquo; with fewer than 9,000 still unable to return, as rivers across the state recede and the sun comes out.<br />The SES has started assessing damage ...
Mining Technology   29 January 2020   Australia   Pilbara  
<p>A mine worker has been killed at an accident that occurred at the Roy Hill iron ore mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.<br />The worker was injured while he was completing work at the Roy Hill mine on behalf of NRW Holdings subsidiary DIAB ...
Science Alert   22 January 2020   Australia  
<p>Throughout its life, our planet has been pummelled by countless asteroids and comets - even more so than the crater-ridden Moon. Today, thanks to Earth's continually changing surface, there are remarkably few scars left to tell the tale.<br />Australia's ...
Cosmos Magazine   16 November 2018   Australia  
<p>Across the globe, countries are figuring out how to bring plants and animals back to abandoned mines. With as many as 60,000 such sites, Australia could offer important lessons. Bianca Nogrady reports.</p>
Filed under: Mining News   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
BBC NEWS   28 March 2017   Queensland   Australia  
<p>A powerful cyclone has pummelled the north-east Australian coast, causing major damage, torrential rain and power cuts to tens of thousands of homes.<br /><br />Cyclone Debbie made landfall between Bowen and Airlie Beach in Queensland as a category four ...
Filed under: Natural Hazards
ABC News   17 December 2015   World  
<p>A prominent China economist has predicted more mining companies could go bankrupt globally in the new year, including major second tier firms, as China's economy slows down and commodity prices keep falling.</p><p>He has forecast that iron ore prices will ...
Filed under: Mining News