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Kimberly-Clark upgrades Millicent factory
Editorial
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
Editorial
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
Editorial
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
Editorial
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
Editorial
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.
Editorial
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
Editorial
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
Editorial
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
Editorial
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
Editorial
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
Editorial
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
Editorial
06/08/14 - Rio Tinto Alcan's Yarwun operation experienced a minor nitric acid spill yesterday.

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