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3Novices:Rio calls for focus on social licence to operate

Rio Tinto chief exec for coal and copper, Jean-Sébastien Jacques, has called for greater transparency in mining, and outlined the miner’s bullish stance on copper. 8 more words


3Novices:Keeping cool with your mind on the job [OPINION]

With three people dead in one day, a month before Christmas, Ben Hagemann talks about looking out for yourself and your workmates in the most dangerous season of the year. 9 more words


3Novices:Black day for WA workers with three dead

Western Australian industry saw a nightmarish day yesterday with the deaths of three workers in a matter of hours, one of whom was killed at the Alcoa Refinery in Kwinana. 8 more words


3Novices:CSA mine to receive new infrastructure investment

The CSA Copper mine at Cobar will see a fresh boost with the investment of $150 million in a new expansion.

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In Brookside the story is a lot deeper

Oftentimes we like to think of the South as a monolithic culture – grits and biscuits, guns and Bibles, big trucks and flags, black and white. 208 more words


3Novices:Gender still a great divide in mining

Women’s role in mining is on the rise, but they still have a long way to go to achieve equality according to a new report from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. 9 more words


Iron ore crash turns up heat on miners, by Rhiannon Hoyle

From Rhiannon Hoyle at marketwatch.com:

The slump iron ore prices to a near decade low is turning the spotlight back onto the world’s biggest miners and their strategy of churning out ore at record rates. 153 more words