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Aug 04, 2021
Victaulic introduces Series 725T 4-way diverter valve for backfill mining operations

Victaulic introduces Series 725T 4-way diverter valve for backfill mining operations

Partner provided copy … New innovative design offers increased safety and productivity, less downtime and reduced maintenance compared to traditional methods of managing backfill, flush water diversion, and dumping Victaulic, the world’s leading manufacturer of mechanical pipe-joining and flow control solutions, is now offering a four-way diverter valve specifically designed to optimiz...

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Jul 29, 2021
Safety conference allows for COVID restrictions

Safety conference allows for COVID restrictions

This year’s 32nd annual Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference (QMIHSC) is going to be presented as a virtual event. That’s on top of the actual conference being held on the Gold Coast.   The allowance has been made for those who are faced with border restrictions or have other work commitments. The conference is… ...

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Jul 14, 2021
Austin Engineering announces new CEO

Austin Engineering announces new CEO

Austin Engineering has announced a new chief executive officer. David Singleton also takes over the managing director role, effective July 14, 2021.  Austin designs and manufactures customised dump truck bodies, buckets, water tanks, tyre handlers and other ancillary products utilised in the mining industry. The company has operations in Australia, Asia and north...

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Jul 13, 2021
Austral Resources appoints new CEO

Austral Resources appoints new CEO

Lady Annie copper owner Austral Resources has a new chief executive officer to lead operations at its Mount Isa region leases. Chairman Dan Jauncey said the board was pleased to welcome Steve Tambanis as CEO. Steve Tambanis Mr Tambanis comes from the same role at North Stawell Minerals, which aimed to explore and develop large high-quality… ...

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Jul 09, 2021
Environment impact the next step on the Big Rocks Weir decision

Environment impact the next step on the Big Rocks Weir decision

The $60 million Big Rocks Weir project is a step closer with the release of the terms of reference for the project’s environmental impact statement. Big Rocks Weir is one of three water infrastructure projects in the broader Burdekin Catchment currently undergoing full EIS assessment processes as coordinated projects. Two others are the proposed raising… ...

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Jul 09, 2021
Integrated energy site coming together at Julia Creek

Integrated energy site coming together at Julia Creek

QEM is reporting progress in validating its integrated energy site in northwest Queensland. The Gold Coast company has plans for a vanadium mine and green hydrogen hub on a lease south of Julia Creek. QEM has confirmed to the ASX that DNV Australia successfully completed the first stage of a pre-feasibility (PFS) study into power… ...

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Jul 09, 2021
Native title recognised over a third of the state

Native title recognised over a third of the state

NAIDOC week has been recognised by the Palaszczuk Government which says native title is now recognised over 30 percent of the state. Queensland has resolved 156 native title claimant applications said Resources Minister Scott Stewart. “This equates to more than a third of all the claimant determinations in Australia,” he said. “Of those, 144 have… ...

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Jul 08, 2021
Emerging miners get a taste of what the industry offers

Emerging miners get a taste of what the industry offers

Mount Isa students have received a taste of what it’s like to work in the resources sector this week during the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy’s (QMEA) Oresome Minds and Oresome Trades Camps in Mount Isa.   Staff from event hosts Glencore Mount Isa Mines have been on hand to mentor students through the cam...

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Jul 08, 2021
Cannindah completes drill programs near Charters Towers and Gladstone

Cannindah completes drill programs near Charters Towers and Gladstone

Cannindah Resources has completed 36 reverse circulation percussion holes for a total of 2,437m of drilling at the Piccadilly lease 60 km north of Charters Towers. More than 2,540 samples have been (including QA-QC) sent to the lab for assaying.  Consulting geologists at Townsville-based Terra Search would be compiling these results as they are available,… ...

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