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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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Miners regenerating habitats along the Hunter River
Miners regenerating habitats along the Hunter River
October 31, 2011
Coal & Allied has partnered with Conservation Volunteers Australia to support the River Paramedics program, planting more than 111,000 shrubs and trees, revegetating more than 650,000m2, weeding more than 477,000m2 and removing more than three tonnes of rubbish since 2003.
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New air monitoring network for Upper Hunter
New air monitoring network for Upper Hunter
October 31, 2011
There are many environmental and industrial factors that contribute to air quality. The mining industry supports the need for more information about air quality in the Upper Hunter.
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Mining fund managed by community
Mining fund managed by community
October 31, 2011
Changing from traditional practices where a company decides on the community’s behalf, Shenhua Watermark has given decision-making power to its community, who represent different groups like business, education, health and Indigenous people.
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Australian-first waste rock recycling
Australian-first waste rock recycling
October 31, 2011
When coal is mined, it is washed to produce a higher quality coal. The washing process results in a waste rock material that cannot be used as coal, like shales and siltstone
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Investing in skills for the future
Investing in skills for the future
October 28, 2011
NSW Miners can provide a rewarding path from study through to a lifelong career.
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Gold miner recycles up to 80% of water
Gold miner recycles up to 80% of water
October 24, 2011
Australia’s largest gold producer, Newcrest Mining, recycles up to 80% of the water it uses at its Cadia Valley Operations site near Orange.
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