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Miners help give students 'Life Education'
Miners help give students 'Life Education'
May 08, 2012
The Life Education program teaches students about effective communication, peer resistance, and how to say “no” to drugs and alcohol.
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Digging in to help men make a difference
Digging in to help men make a difference
April 20, 2012
The Rylstone-Kandos Men’s Shed near Mudgee in the State’s Mid-Western Region has a very constructive relationship with Centennial Coal’s Charbon Colliery.
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New Young Indigenous Film Fellowship
New Young Indigenous Film Fellowship
April 19, 2012
We’ve partnered with the Cockatoo Institute to establish the NSW Mining Young Indigenous Documentary Fellowship
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Training and job opportunities for Indigenous people
Training and job opportunities for Indigenous people
October 31, 2011
A partnership between Barrick Limited and the Wiradjuri Traditional Owners was formed as part of a native title agreement in 2003.
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Providing extra support to local Emergency Services
Providing extra support to local Emergency Services
October 31, 2011
Coal & Allied has donated funds to the local State Emergency Services in Singleton and Muswellbrook which service the communities around its local mine sites, Hunter Valley Operations, Mount Thorley Warkworth and Bengalla.
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Miners provide support for people in need
Miners provide support for people in need
October 31, 2011
Glencore Xstrata has granted $200,000 over two years to Community Links Wollondilly for a new program, the Back on Track Crisis Support Project, which will offer short-term crisis support in the region south west of Sydney.
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Saving lives with the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service
Saving lives with the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service
October 31, 2011
NSW Miners have sponsored the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service since it began almost 30 years ago.
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