Five Indigenous prisoners will be provided with training and employment opportunities with BHP Billiton and its contracting partners at Olympic Dam through an employment project to be funded by the Australian Government.
Authorities have got to decide whether they are happy for South Australia to simply be China’s quarry”, says SA Greens MLC Mark Parnell. A new peer-reviewed report shows that a ‘no uranium’ […]
BHP Billiton operators of the Olympic Dam gold, copper and uranium mine in the mid north of the state has handed the South Australian government it’s 15,000 page supplementary environmental impact statement. […]
“Was the Clark Shaft accident at the Olympic Dam mine preceded by a seismic event?” A geophysicist who investigated earthquakes for the US Geological Survey for 22 years, says that the connection […]
Welting thunderstorms served a double dose of torrential rains on towns in the far north east of the state including Roxby Downs, Andamooka, the Flinders Ranges and far north east pastoral, severely […]
The Australian mining industry is estimated to have diminished by almost 5% in real terms in 2008 Forecasts for Australia’s mining industry are discouraging, with the industry estimated to have contracted by […]
SA’s peak environmental body the Conservation Council of South Australia (CCSA), has criticised BHP-Billiton after the release of the Environmental Impact Statement for its Olympic Dam expansion. The special deals the company […]