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Collinsville locals receive “thanks but no thanks” letters from Glencore: union
Editorial
18/12/13 - The CFMEU says 75 per cent of Collinsville locals have who reapplied for their jobs with Glencore have been knocked back.
ICAC urged to investigate Warkworth approvals process
Editorial
18/12/13 - Bulga residents fighting Rio Tinto’s expansion of Mount Thorley Warkworth mine have asked ICAC to investigate the approvals process.
Call to arms: Maules Creek mine activists ask for help on the ground
Editorial
06/12/13 - A call to arms video has asked people to get involved in actively opposing the Maules Creek mine project.
2100 people apply for 120 coal jobs in Queensland
Editorial
03/12/13 - If you applied for a job at the taken over Blair Athol mine, you can expect to know whether you have made it to the next stage of by the end of December.
Whitehaven Coal granted breathing space on $1.2 billion debt
Editorial
02/12/13 - Whitehaven Coal has been granted approval to amend its $1.2 billion debt facility due to delays in the development of its Maules Creek mine project.
Former Gujarat chairman pocketed 53% pay increase and then failed to pay workers
Editorial
02/12/13 - Despite failing to pay workers’ wages and superannuation, Gujarat NRE’s former chairman received a 53% year-on-year rise in his base salary.
Galilee Basin mining to create 15,000 jobs: Campbell Newman
Editorial
02/12/13 - Queensland Premier Campbell Newman said opening up the Galilee Basin to mining would be worth $60 billion and create 15,000 jobs.
New Central Queensland coal mine to create 100 jobs
Editorial
02/12/13 - A new coal mine in Central Queensland will create more than 100 local jobs as Carabella Resources pushes ahead with plans to go from explorer to producer.
Doubts Adani can develop Galilee Basin coal mine slammed by industry
Editorial
27/11/13 - A report commissioned by Greenpeace into the viability of Adani’s position to develop the Galilee Basin coal fields has been slammed.
NSW passes powers to cancel corrupt coal licences
Editorial
22/11/13 - The New South Wales government has passed new laws on Thursday giving it the power to cancel coal licences at the centre of corruption investigations.
Whitehaven says Maules Creek mine protests funded by foreigners, not locals
Editorial
21/11/13 - Whitehaven Coal CEO says one of the biggest frustrations around developing Maules Creek mine project has been activism.
Environment group slams Gujarat mine expansion
Editorial
20/11/13 - A proposed coal mine expansion by Gujarat NRE has been slammed by an environmentalist group.

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