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Women In Mining Network NSW will be launched on International Women's Day 2012.

Women’s network for mining launched

The New South Wales Minerals Council will launch a new initiative to attract and retain women in the state's mining industry.
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WorkSafe Victoria has released a new guide - Preventing falls from earthmoving equipment January 2012.

WorkSafe launches fall prevention guide

WorkSafe Victoria has released a new guide - Preventing falls from earthmoving equipment January 2012 - that focuses on falls during on-site inspection, maintenance and repairs. Read more »
Long term the future for manganese is looking brighter.

Manganese market weak but recovering

Market conditions for manganese products were weak in 2011 and may remain so in the short term. Read more »
Automation in Australian mining is worthwhile according to a BAEconomics report commissioned by Rio Tinto.

BAEconomics report puts Rio Tinto on autopilot

A more automated future for Australian mining should prove to be of substantial benefit on many fronts, according to a recent BAEconomics report commissioned by Rio Tinto. Read more »
The publication "Guidelines on Quarry Rehabilitation" has been published by the WBCSD.

Guidelines on Quarry Rehabilitation published

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) publication “Guidelines on Quarry Rehabilitation” has been released. It offers practical guidance on managing the impact of quarrying and provides direction on the principles of quarry rehabilitation. Read more »
Peter James, the chairman of the CCAA, at the opening of CMIC10 on the Gold Coast.

CMIC12 call for abstracts

The Institute of Quarrying Australia (IQA) and Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) are hosting the Construction Materials Industry Conference in 2012 (CMIC12) at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 19 to 22 September. Abstract submissions will be accepted until late March. Read more »
Tegra Australia’s Gundagai operation under water, as of December 2010.

All the rivers run

The last two years have been recognised as some of the worst on record for natural disasters across the globe, not least flooding in Australia. Jim Hankins looks at a regional sand producer that braved the impact of a flood disaster and rebounded back to business. Read more »

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