Regis Resources has suspended open cut mining following heavy rains flooding its Duketon operations.
EPA investigators are looking into effects of a botched blast at Mount Arthur Mine last Wednesday.
A group of gold miners have saved a woman who was seriously burnt in a petrol fire.
Sandvik has released its new longer life +Range of surface mining drill rods and tubes.
Expert fire fighting crews have been brought in from interstate to help battle the blaze burning at Hazelwood open cut coal mine.
Victoria’s Country Fire Association has released a series of images showing the devastation of the fire at the Hazelwood coal mine, earlier this month.
Activists dressed in bat suit costumes have shut down Idemistu’s Boggabri coal mine after using harnesses to suspend themselves upside down on the site’s coal loader.
The Perth Coroner’s Court has heard risk assessment processes at WA mines need to be overhauled after a man fell 25 metres to his death in an underground mine shaft.
An occupational health service provider owned by the CFMEU and the NSW Minerals Council has been accused of providing mining companies with financial kickbacks that disadvantage doctors tendering to perform compulsory medical exams on coal workers.
A 59-year-old man died at Central Norseman Gold’s Harlequin mine at the weekend in an underground rock fall accident.
Hazelwood Power Station is ramping back up to full capacity after a fire at the nearby coal mine halted supply earlier this week.
Copper Mines of Tasmania will announce the future of the Mt Lyell mine today, after a series of accidents halted operations.
GE Mining has acquired collision avoidance systems company Infotronix.
Australian Mining brings you a fantastic, hilariously gory forklift training video from the 1980s.
Gold Ridge Mining is seeing an increasing level of illegal mining at its Gold Ridge operation in the Solomon Island.
Fire fighters are working to control a blaze at Hazelwood coal mine as production at the site stopped overnight, affecting the 1600-megawatt Hazelwood Power Station.
A boilermaker is suing UGL for close to $2 million after being injured at the Ensham coal mine.
The University of Melbourne’s Bill Harley discusses workplace deregulation’s ‘meaninglessness’in policy reform.
Following three deaths within six weeks at the Mt Lyell copper mine in Tasmania mental health professionals are concerned the psychological knock on affects will rip a gaping hole through the site’s workers and the local community.
A number of Queensland mine workers could be operating under false qualifications, forcing the Department of Natural Mines and Resources to issue a safety warning to mining companies.