A former employee of the recently closed Ellendale Diamond Mine has spoken out with allegations that safety standards were ignored during the final weeks.
Roobuck will demonstrate a range of intrinsically safe underground mining equipment during AIMEX.
Three prospectors have gone missing between Leonora and Laverton in Western Australia’s Goldfields.
A Queensland man will sue Anglo Coal for more than $2 million over back injuries sustained at work.
KEMPER has extended their welding helmets range with the introduction of a new automatic model for professional welders working in permanent applications.
As miners generate more data and analytics, they are – now more than ever – at risk from cyber and electronic attacks.
Mount Gibson mine has been fined $30,000 for safety breaches relating to work at heights.
The Federal inquiry into ice has heard the use of the drug is on the rise in the mining industry.
Crushing & Mining Equipment celebrated a unique milestone this month by completing four years of Lost Time Injury Free.
The Roy Hill project has been issued with a prohibition notice after another crane incident, this time involving a man cage.
New paperless crane maintenance apps have been released to cut human error and streamline the process.
Two workers have been injured in an arc flash and blast incident in a West Australian underground mine.
A worker has been injured during demolition work at the Pike River coal mine.
Ledom Australia will launch their new LEDOM-Eps brand of miner cap lamps at AIMEX.
A worker in WA has sustained multiple bee stings after he was attacked by a swarm during rehab operations.
Workers at the Gorgon project are a step closer to taking protected strike action after the Fair Work Commission approved their right to conduct a protected action ballot.
A worker at the Kanmantoo copper mine who was rushed to hospital yesterday could not have suffered from gas inhalation, according to Hillgrove Resources.
Newcrest has reported the death of a worker at the Hidden Valley joint venture in Papua New Guinea over the weekend.
The unhealthy stigma attached to mental health problems is stopping miners from seeking help.
Workers are reportedly wearing safety stickers on their work gear today to promote safety in the workplace, despite being banned by employers.