Monday 17th Jun, 2019
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Queensland Govt gives green light to billion-dollar coal project

The Queensland Government has approved Pembroke Resources’ billion-dollar metallurgical coal project Olive Downs, located in the Bowen Basin. Pembroke Resources…
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Port Augusta boosts biosecurity with $500,000 upgrade

South Australia’s Port Augusta has undergone a $500,000 upgrade to strengthen its biosecurity measures. An additional X-ray irradiator has been…
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Queensland opens EOI to develop new sugar product

Sugar mills are being encouraged to help develop a new sugarcane-based product that has almost zero calories. The product, known…
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Two thirds of QLD in drought, agricultural production hit

Almost two thirds of Queensland are now drought declared after a significant lack of rainfall across central, southern and south…
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Queensland Government approves coal mine expansion

An expansion to the Cameby Downs coal mine in Queensland has been approved, and is set to increase production and…
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John Holland has acquired RCR Tomlinson Group’s rail business in late December 2018, after the engineering firm was placed into voluntary administration.

Mt Isa freight line to reopen following floods

One of Queensland’s most important freight routes, the Mt Isa rail line, is expected to reopen on April 29 after…
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EOI open to deliver Gowrie to Kagaru section of Inland Rail

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are now open to design, build, finance and maintain the section of Inland Rail from Gowrie…
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Mining operations return to normal after cyclones

Rio Tinto has reopened all of the operations in Western Australia and Queensland that were temporarily closed in anticipation of…
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Rio Tinto suspends Pilbara operations due to cyclone

Rio Tinto has temporarily halted rail operations and mining at the Robe Valley project in the Pilbara in response to…
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