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Queensland Mining Expo [PHOTOS]

Queensland Mining Expo [PHOTOS]

The Queensland Mining Expo kicked off this week in Mackay. Australian Mining has all the best pictures and news from the event.

​Making the mining factory

​Making the mining factory

As we reach the end of this current mining cycle, how will miners develop to take advantage of the next upswing? Cole Latimer reports.

Atlas Iron opens Mt Webber mine

Atlas Iron opens Mt Webber mine

Atlas Iron has officially opened its Mt Webber iron ore mine in the Pilbara.

Banning alcohol at mine site camps: What the punters think

Banning alcohol at mine site camps: What the punters think

Rio Tinto’s decision to ban alcohol at its Argyle mine site has divided opinion on social media.We sort through what people see as the pros and cons of a booze ban.

2014 Women in Industry Award Winners: VIDEOS

2014 Women in Industry Award Winners: VIDEOS

2014 Women in Industry Award winners talk about their amazing careers and offer advice to the next generation of women entering the mining, manufacturing and engineering sectors.

News

QLD laws inspire flourine-free fire suppressant from Sandvik

QLD laws inspire flourine-free fire suppressant from Sandvik

?Sandvik has launched a new, environmentally-friendly fire suppression system at this week’s Queensland Mining Expo in Mackay.

New rail fleet hits the tracks at Carina iron ore mine

New rail fleet hits the tracks at Carina iron ore mine

Mineral Resources have unveiled their new $70 million rail set which will help the company lift iron ore exports out of its Carina mine by nearly 25 per cent.


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Features

US and Canada bring in 'responsible mining' standards

US and Canada bring in 'responsible mining' standards

A new set of 'responsible mining' standards have been developed by mining opponents, jewelers, and some major miners for more socially responsible mining.

Environmentalists have a right to protest – but not at all costs

Environmentalists have a right to protest – but not at all costs

How far is too far when it comes to environmental protests and activism?

What should we do with Australia's 50,000 abandoned mines?

What should we do with Australia's 50,000 abandoned mines?

Corinne Unger examines the state of Australia's abandoned mines, who is responsible for their rehabilitation, and how they can become useful again.

Finding a FIFO FORMULA

Finding a FIFO FORMULA

An insight in to the other side of FIFO, and getting miners where they need to be, when they are needed.

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Resources

Solution for Seismic Piping Damage

Solution for Seismic Piping Damage

This free whitepaper outlines the safety and cost benefits of installing a Seismic Joint and Expansion Loops system to protect against the dangers of seismic events on piping networks.

Industrial Vibrator Solutions to Material Flow Problems

Industrial Vibrator Solutions to Material Flow Problems

This free whitepaper discusses the importance of selecting an appropriate electric, pneumatic, turbine or electric vibrator solution to make sure material flow occurs in a simple, safe and speedy manner, requiring little maintenance and meeting EPA guidelines.

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Events

Sampling 2014

Sampling 2014

2 days to go Perth WA

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Companies

Ndevr
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Reed Exhibitions Australia
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Power Step Australia
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