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‘Australian coal-fired power not viable’, poll suggests
28/03/17 - The majority of Australian voters believe the government should be seeking alternative energy sources other than coal, a new poll has indicated.
03/03/16 - MineWare has signed the 100th deal of its flagship Pegasys dragline monitoring system, achieving the milestone mark in just over a decade of operation.
Horse breeders lash out against coal development in the Hunter Valley
09/04/14 - Top Australian horse breeders and racing personalities have joined communities in the Hunter Valley to protest against the development of Drayton South.
Coal will make up 70 per cent of world energy mix: BHP
10/03/14 - BHP Billiton chief executive Andrew Mackenzie says more than 70 per cent of the world’s energy will be supplied by fossil fuels in 2030.
Enter Wollongong Coal: Gujarat NRE gets a rebrand
26/02/14 - Gujarat NRE shareholders have voted to rename the company to Wollongong Coal in a bid to focus on its “local” ties within the community.
Calls for Morwell evacuation as coal mine fire continues to burn
25/02/14 - The Victorian state government has been urged to evacuate the town of Morwell as smoke from a coal mine fire continues to affect the community.
Aurizon train drivers strike for 48 hours
25/02/14 - Coal haulage in the Hunter Valley will be disrupted from today as 200 Aurizon train drivers walk off the job for 48 hours.
Upper Hunter industry joins to block Anglo’s Drayton South mine expansion
24/02/14 - Hunter Valley tourist operators, wineries and horse studs have again called on the NSW state government to reject Anglo's expansion of Drayton mine.
Further wind up orders lodged against Gujarat NRE
24/02/14 - Financial trouble for Illawarra-based mining company Gujarat NRE continues with two companies levelling million-dollar wind up orders against the company.
Isaac Mayor calls for an end to wholly FIFO workforces
21/02/14 - Isaac Mayor Anne Baker says the use of 100 per cent FIFO workforces is one of the biggest threats facing Central Queensland communities.
Aurizon train drivers to strike
21/02/14 - Coal haulage in NSW will be seriously impacted next week as around 200 train drivers undertake industrial action over a wage dispute.
Experts called in as Hazelwood coal mine fire burns on
20/02/14 - Expert fire fighting crews have been brought in from interstate to help battle the blaze burning at Hazelwood open cut coal mine.

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