Recommendations today made by the New South Wales corruption watchdog have been welcomed by the mining industry.
Corrupt conduct over New South Wales coal licences has been possible because of policy and regulation floors, the corruption watchdog says.
NewGold is looking to cut production costs, offering 45 voluntary redundancies at its Peak Gold Mines in Cobar, New South Wales.
Centennial Coal is cutting 120 jobs across its New South Wales operations.
Almost 40 jobs will be cut as production is halted at Boral’s Berrima Colliery this week.
Australian Mining is live from the New South Wales Industry and Suppliers Conference in Sydney today.
Following Queensland’s example earlier this week, the New South Wales Government is moving to streamline its approvals processes for the resources sector.
A proposed mining camp development slated for the Hunter Valley town of Singleton was last night rejected.
The New South Wales government’s coal seam gas exclusion zones will today come into effect.
The environmental impact study for Alkane Resources’ Dubbo zirconia project in New South Wales’ Central West has gone on public display.
Recently the New South Wales Department for Planning and Infrastructure proposed changes to the State Environmental Planning Policy that governs mining.
The state government’s handling of environmental damage caused by mining giant Glencore is being called into question as an independent MP demands an inquiry.
Amid growing community concerns over the potential health impacts dust generated by mining activities has, the environmental watchdog has launched the next stage of its dust management agenda.
The mere mention of coal seam gas in many parts of the country causes the eruption of polarising debate. Alex Heber investigates why.
New South Wales treasurer, Mike Baird, claims corrupt mining deals have directly cost the state $90 million.
The University of Newcastle’s Bill Collins examines the case of coal seam gas.
After months of investigations, almost 100 witnesses and many memorable moments, the corruption watchdog has handed down its verdict over the Mount Penny tenement. Alex Heber writes.
The New South Wales government is proposing changes to regulations governing mining proposals.
In the small Hunter Valley township of Broke, at about 4.30am a group of about six mining stalwarts are making an effort to combat the ill effects mining has had on the region’s tired employees.
Rio Tinto has sold its 80 per cent stake in the Northparkes copper mine to China Molybdenum for $US820 million ($AUD892.37 million).