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Workers at the Darling Downs Power Station have warned industrial action will intensify unless Origin Energy drops its commitment to draconian measures that prevent staff from relaxing or planning
The Mine Dust Diseases Victims Group will hold forums in Rockhampton, Mackay and Moranbah next week to inform current and former coal miners about debilitating and often deadly Black Lung coal mine
Resources Minister Matt Canavan and National Party MPs are trying to whip up fear among coal mine and power workers for their own political benefit but have nothing to offer when it comes to jobs,
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CFMEU Mining and Energy has welcomed the findings of a Peabody investigation into the serious fire at North Goonyella mine in 2018 that has left the mine out of operation for more than six months.
Victims of coal mine dust diseases and their supporters rallied outside BHP's plush Melbourne headquarters in an attempt to meet with the CEO of BHP and other senior executives.
A tragic accident causing the death of a mineworker and injuries to several others at Anglo American’s Moranbah North mine has deeply shaken Central Queensland’s mining community.
Victims of coal mine dust diseases and their supporters rallied outside BHP’S Brisbane office on Friday.
Over 100 Queenslanders have now been diagnosed with mine dust lung diseases such as black lung and silicosis, according to the latest figures from CFMEU Mining & Energy.
Mine dust victims and supporters tried to meet with Queensland Member of Parliament Michelle Landry at her electorate office in Rockhampton but she would not come out to meet with them.