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The chief executive of BHP Billiton says a ‘direct action’ approach to dealing with climate change is the best way to protect trade-exposed industries.
The New South Wales Government now has the ability to revoke certain mining licences, after plumping up its powers to cancel corrupt approvals.
Councils are considering a native title claim which would see stewardship transferred for a large portion of Australia’s east coast.
As the Minerals Resource Rent Tax (MRRT) is collapsed by the Government’s repeal bill, the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has launched a report claiming it contributes billions to local communities regardless of the tax.
The nation’s leading freshwater fish ecologists have gathered to discuss threats to freshwater fish species at a symposium attracting close to 100 delegates from across the country.
A new book has added 25 species to the thousands which inhabit a small island area off the north west of Australia.
The expansion of a silica mine in New South Wales has been recommended for approval by the Department of Planning, but will face continuing clashes with activists opposed to the 15 million tonne dig.
Hundreds have lost their jobs as prominent mining equipment manufacturer Caterpillar continues to feel the strain of a not-quite-booming resources sector.
Some council leaders in remote Queensland are pushing for a better road to link the country’s east and west.
Tens of thousands of Australians took to the streets over the weekend, speaking out about the need to fight climate change with realistic methods.
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