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Kimberly-Clark upgrades Millicent factory
27/10/14 - ​Kimberly-Clark has announced that it will invest $20 million to upgrade its 50-plus-year-old Millicent plant.
​St Barbara calls on Solomons to help ensure Gold Ridge mine remains safe
24/10/14 - St Barbara has called on the Solomon Islands Government aid to ensure its tailings dam does not burst in the upcoming wet season.
Climate change campaigners pull ‘paedophilic’ anti-coal banner
24/10/14 - The Australian Youth Climate Coalition have pulled a proposed billboard for the G20 summit, following a backlash that it featured paedophilic overtones.
​WA open mining proposal reform to public
07/10/14 - The West Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum has opened its mining proposal reform discussion to the public.
Claims Maules Creek protestors interfered with explosives on site
18/09/14 - Investigations are underway following claims that protestors broke into the Maules Creek mine and tampered with explosives on site.
ZF Boge Elastmetall Australia has been named as a finalist in Victoria’s 2014 Premier's Sustainability Awards.
15/09/14 - ZF Boge Elastmetall Australia and Toyota Australia have been named as finalists in Victoria’s 2014 Premier's Sustainability Awards.
Curtin University partners with Polaris Metals to improve mining enviromental studies
02/09/14 - Curtin University has partnered with Polaris Metals to improve the effectiveness of biodiversity data gathered in mining studies.
Tasmanian open cut mine may be safe haven for Tasmanian devils
01/09/14 - A mining workshop has heard how open cut mines are providing places of refuge for endangered Tasmanian Devils.
​Protestors form 8km human chain to protest brown coal
28/08/14 - More than 7000 activists in Germany have formed a human chain eight kilometres long to protest against a proposed brown coal mine.
Top five unusual mining protests
08/08/14 - Here Australian Mining has gathered the top five recent different mining protests.
​QRC points to link between anti-coal protests and QLD EDO
06/08/14 - The QRC has told a Parliamentary hearing there is clear evidence linking anti-coal activism to the Queensland Environmental Defenders’ Office.
Minor acid spill at Rio Tinto Yarwun operation
06/08/14 - Rio Tinto Alcan's Yarwun operation experienced a minor nitric acid spill yesterday.

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