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All proceeds raised during the course of the competition will be donated to Miners Promise, a charitable organisation providing assistance to families and individuals who are confronted with the death or permanent disability of a family member employed in the resources sector.

Safety games highlight hand safety

Fourteen teams are set to participate in the Mining Emergency Response Competition, part of The Safety Games, held at Burswood Park in Perth on 3 and 4 December. Read more »
The Nucrush Group is the only quarry in the Gold Coast region to open its gates to the public and host an event of this type.

Successful open day for Gold Coast quarry

Close to 600 visitors attended the Nucrush Group’s Community Open Day on Saturday 29 October, 2011. Now in its sixth year, this free public event is the annual highlight of the Group’s award-winning Good Neighbour Program. Read more »
The QRC criticised the final version of the new national earth sciences curriculum for not showcasing technologies in the resources sector, geophysical exploration and geosequestration.

QRC pushes for earth sciences in schools

In an effort to beat the skills shortage, geosciences should be taught in schools, says the Queensland Resources Council (QRC). Read more »
Exhibitor spaces are filling fast for next year’s Hillhead.

Promising outlook for Hillhead 2012

With nine months to go until the next edition of the world’s biggest outdoor quarrying, recycling and heavy construction exhibition, organisers have confirmed that 91 per cent of exhibition space at Hillhead 2012 has been filled, including major suppliers such as Volvo, Sandvik, Metso, Terex Group, Caterpillar, Liebherr and Bell Equipment. Read more »
The prominence of 457 visas is set to rise as the skills shortage deepens

Government fast-tracks 457 visas

The Federal Government is moving to fast-track 457 visas in order to stem the shortage of skilled workers. Read more »
Figure 1: UNSW School of Mining Engineering students observe a simulated work environment.

Academic centre leads research into sustainable mining practices

With pressures on mining ever increasing, the extractive industries can now benefit from the research and education initiatives of a think-tank dedicated to advocating sustainable mining practices. David Laurence and Simit Raval report. Read more »


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