Friday 3rd Apr, 2020
Eight Queensland resource projects will now be prohibited from employing a fully fly-fin fly-out (FIFO) workforce, in order to support local jobs.

QLD Gov funds unprecedented exploration activity

A record number of companies have been awarded State Government funding to discover new economy minerals in North West Queensland….
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Saint Elmo vanadium mine declared prescribed project

Hundreds of jobs are set to be created in the Queensland mining industry following the proposed $470 million Saint Elmo…
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Inland Rail bilateral agreement signed

The Federal and Queensland Governments have taken the next step to deliver the Inland Rail project, signing a bilateral agreement….
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Rail subsidies to boost Queensland freight exports

Queensland’s four-year $80 million Mount Isa Line Subsidy is set to boost mineral freight exports and support jobs in the…
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A new Metso processing plant at the Boral owned Ormeau quarry in Queensland will see productivity at the site ramp up by 400 per cent.

Boral gears up to deliver for Queensland’s infrastructure needs

A new Metso processing plant at the Boral owned Ormeau quarry will see productivity at the site ramp up by…
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BHP to automate Goonyella Riverside coal mine

BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has announced it will introduce autonomous trucks at the Goonyella Riverside coal mine in Queensland in…
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Queensland’s leading scientists have developed new varieties of sorghum to boost the state’s local industry and exports.

Queensland science supports sorghum sector

Queensland’s leading scientists have developed new varieties of sorghum to boost the state’s local industry and exports. More than 120…
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Sugar is bouncing back from a long-term price low. Photo: Shutterstock

Sugar cane harvest cops production hit from drought

The drought in Queensland has impacted the 2019 sugar cane harvest, with a new report finding the state economy will…
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Queensland’s sugar mills have produced more than two million tonnes of raw sugar this season, according to the Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC).

Drought and floods hits Queensland’s raw sugar production

Queensland’s sugar mills have produced more than two million tonnes of raw sugar this season, according to the Australian Sugar…
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