austccr / mca_media_releases_scraper

Collects media releases from minerals.org.au


Archive of Minerals Council of Australia media releases

These media releases are important documents of the public record and should be archived for future analysis.

For each media release, this scraper collects:

  • title as name
  • web address as url
  • date and time it was collected in UTC, as scraped_at
  • date and time published in UTC, as published
  • date and time updated in UTC, as updated
  • authors as author
  • a summary, if provided, as summary
  • main body html as content
  • another place where this article is available, archive.org for example, as syndication
  • the name of the organisation publishing as org
  • the featured image of the post as photo

These attribute names are loosely based on the Microformat h-entry and h-card for org.

This scraper runs on the magnificent morph.io.

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Exceptional Victorian women in resources sought for 2019 awards
2019-03-11 15:31:55 UTC
2019-03-07 23:03:31 UTC
2019-03-08 05:16:00 UTC
MCA National
Victoria’s minerals industry has put the call out for exceptional women and gender diversity champions across the industry to nominate for the 2019 Victorian Women in Resources Awards. Now in their third year, the Victorian Women in Resources Awards are held in partnership between MCA Victoria and the AusIMM Women in Mining and Resources Network Victoria (WIMnet Victoria). Building the future minerals workforce means industry needs to boost its focus on increasing workforce diversity and inclusion, including gender diversity.
<p>Victoria’s minerals industry has put the call out for exceptional women and gender diversity champions across the industry to nominate for the 2019 Victorian Women in Resources Awards.</p> <p>Now in their third year, the Victorian Women in Resources Awards are held in partnership between MCA Victoria and the AusIMM Women in Mining and Resources Network Victoria (WIMnet Victoria).</p> <p>Building the future minerals workforce means industry needs to boost its focus on increasing workforce diversity and inclusion, including gender diversity.</p> <p>Research and industry experience confirm diversity and inclusion increase productivity, innovation and performance – and has benefits for women and men.</p> <p>Encouraging women to pursue a career in mining is vital if we are to meet the growing demand for Science, Social Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths professionals in Australia’s innovative, high-skill world-class resources sector.</p> <p>By profiling women who are contributing to the success of the resources sector as well as championing diversity, the awards program assists in creating a more inclusive environment for women within the industry through the recognition of excellence.</p> <p>The 2019 Awards feature five categories, including:</p> <ul> <li>Exceptional Woman in Victorian Resources</li> <li>Exceptional Young Woman in Victorian Resources</li> <li>Gender Diversity Champion in Victorian Resources</li> <li>Outstanding Victorian Trade, Operator or Technician</li> <li>Excellence in Diversity Programs and Performance Award.</li> </ul> <p>Victoria’s resources industry extends from minerals operations and export-focused mining equipment, technology and services companies in regional Victoria to the corporate offices of major global mining companies in Melbourne.</p> <p>Winners in each category are elevated to finalists in the Women in Resources National Awards to be held in September. </p> <p>At last year’s national awards, Victorian woman Melanie McCarthy of Mandalay Resources was recognised as the winner of the Exceptional Woman in Australian Resources.</p> <p>Applicants have until Monday 13 May to enter with winners in each of the five categories announced at a ceremony in June.</p> <p>Application information and forms are available <a href="http://minerals.org.au/events/victorian-women-resources-awards-2019">here.</a></p> <p>ends</p> <p></p> <div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3130" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/190308-exceptional-victorian-women-resources-sought-2019-awardspdf-0">190308 Exceptional Victorian women in resources sought for 2019 awards.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/190308%20Exceptional%20Victorian%20women%20in%20resources%20sought%20for%202019%20awards_0.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=54806">190308 Exceptional Victorian women in resources sought for 2019 awards.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div>
Minerals Council of Australia
Strong result for Australian mining exploration expenditure
2019-03-11 15:31:58 UTC
2019-03-05 22:16:16 UTC
2019-03-05 22:17:58 UTC
Tania Constable, Chief Executive Officer
The Australian Bureau of Statistics exploration expenditure data confirms Australia as a world-leading resources destination, creating highly-paid, highly-skilled jobs which sustain and strengthen regional communities. In 2018, Australia’s mineral exploration expenditure totalled $2.2 billion – an increase of 24 per cent – with gold attracting most of this investment. Gold exploration accounted for 41 percent of all mineral exploration expenditure or $891 million.
<p>The Australian Bureau of Statistics exploration expenditure data confirms Australia as a world-leading resources destination, creating highly-paid, highly-skilled jobs which sustain and strengthen regional communities.</p> <p>In 2018, Australia’s mineral exploration expenditure totalled $2.2 billion – an increase of 24 per cent – with gold attracting most of this investment. Gold exploration accounted for 41 percent of all mineral exploration expenditure or $891 million.</p> <p>This increase in total exploration investment follows a record-breaking year for resources exports with the industry generating $246 billion in export revenue for Australia in 2018.</p> <p>Australia’s exploration sector is a world leader with initiatives such as the MinEx Cooperative Research Centre developing innovative technologies to identify new world-class deposits of copper, lithium, and rare earth elements that are used widely in modern consumer products, energy grids and transport systems.</p> <p>Exploration activity is fundamental to the future success of the Australian mining industry, but this success is not guaranteed.</p> <p>Policy-makers need to do more to ensure that Australia can take advantage of the growing demand from China, India and South-East Asia.</p> <p>Australia’s minerals sector must have policy certainty from Federal and State governments to ensure Australia can develop its mineral potential into the mines of the future.</p> <p>ends</p> <p></p> <div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3115" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/190305-strong-result-australian-mining-exploration-expenditurepdf-0">190305 Strong result for Australian mining exploration expenditure.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/190305%20Strong%20result%20for%20Australian%20mining%20exploration%20expenditure_0.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=167933">190305 Strong result for Australian mining exploration expenditure.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div>
Minerals Council of Australia
Stronger mining industry supports faster return to Budget surplus
2019-03-11 15:32:01 UTC
2019-03-05 22:27:28 UTC
2019-03-05 22:27:41 UTC
MCA National
Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that record profits from Australia’s minerals sector are making Australia’s economy stronger. During 2018, pre-tax profits of resource companies increased to a record $81 billion. Mining makes up 33 per cent of all company profits in Australia, which makes it a significant contributor to government revenues which fund teachers, doctors, police and other essential services and infrastructure.
<p>Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that record profits from Australia’s minerals sector are making Australia’s economy stronger.</p> <p>During 2018, pre-tax profits of resource companies increased to a record $81 billion.</p> <p>Mining makes up 33 per cent of all company profits in Australia, which makes it a significant contributor to government revenues which fund teachers, doctors, police and other essential services and infrastructure.</p> <p>With resource company profits growing by $16.9 billion during 2018, it is clear that strong prices for iron ore and coal will support a faster return to Budget surplus.</p> <p>A stronger mining industry is good for Australia.</p> <p>ends</p> <p> </p>
Minerals Council of Australia
Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement will deliver investment and jobs for Australia
2019-03-11 15:32:04 UTC
2019-02-26 21:36:37 UTC
2019-02-26 21:37:19 UTC
Tania Constable, Chief Executive Officer
Ratification of the Peru-Australia Free Trade (PAFTA) will unlock the benefits of open and fair trade and  generate more highly-paid, highly skilled jobs in both Peru and Australia.    PAFTA is part of a growing number of free trade agreements which deliver major investment and job opportunities for Australia’s mining industry. Under PAFTA, Peru will eliminate 99.4 per cent of its tariffs, including on valuable Australian resources such as iron ore, copper, nickel, coal, mineral fuels and oil.
<p>Ratification of the Peru-Australia Free Trade (PAFTA) will unlock the benefits of open and fair trade and  generate more highly-paid, highly skilled jobs in both Peru and Australia.   </p> <p>PAFTA is part of a growing number of free trade agreements which deliver major investment and job opportunities for Australia’s mining industry.</p> <p>Under PAFTA, Peru will eliminate 99.4 per cent of its tariffs, including on valuable Australian resources such as iron ore, copper, nickel, coal, mineral fuels and oil.</p> <p>The ratification of PAFTA will accelerate reduced tariffs on Australian exports of goods to Peru, provide greater access for Australian services in the Peruvian market and reduce trade costs through more streamlined customs and administrative arrangements.</p> <p>Australian mining commodities and mining equipment, technology and services (METS) dominate the $640 million trading relationship with Peru. In 2017, seven out of the top eight of Australia’s largest merchandise exports to Peru were METS or mining commodities.</p> <p>PAFTA also provides commitments on environmental protection and safeguards for Australian public policies in health, education and social welfare.</p> <p>The agreement provides greater certainty and stability around two-way investment links between Australia and Peru.</p> <p>PAFTA will directly benefit Peruvians and Peru’s business community along with creating more Australian jobs and supporting local business.</p> <p>With an economy larger than New Zealand and a rapidly growing middle class, there is significant opportunity to rapidly grow Australia’s economic linkages with Peru.</p> <p>In 2017, Australia investment in Peru stood at over $600 million, with Australian mining companies making major investments in exploration, operational mining activities and partnerships with local resource companies.</p> <p>Trade liberalisation has been an important component in Peru’s economic development, with the nation becoming one of the fastest-growing economies in Latin America, reducing poverty from 52 per cent in 2005 to 26 per cent in 2013.</p> <p>ends</p> <p></p> <div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3108" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/190226-peru-australia-free-trade-agreement-will-deliver-investment-and-jobs-australiapdf">190226 Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement will deliver investment and jobs for Australia.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/190226%20Peru-Australia%20Free%20Trade%20Agreement%20will%20deliver%20investment%20and%20jobs%20for%20Australia.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=178530">190226 Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement will deliver investment and jobs for Australia.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div>
Minerals Council of Australia
One step closer to meeting Australia’s Paris commitments
2019-03-11 15:32:07 UTC
2019-02-25 06:40:49 UTC
2019-02-25 06:42:54 UTC
Tania Constable, Chief Executive Officer
The Australian Government’s plan outlined today is one step closer to Australia meeting its international Paris commitments in a way which significantly reduces the economic impact on businesses and families. An additional $2 billion in funding for the Emissions Reduction Fund, grants to businesses to improve energy efficiency and backing a second interconnector to Tasmania all offer the potential to unlock low cost emissions reduction. This is important to help mining industry partners including farmers and remote indigenous communities reduce their emissions.
<p>The Australian Government’s plan outlined today is one step closer to Australia meeting its international Paris commitments in a way which significantly reduces the economic impact on businesses and families.</p> <p>An additional $2 billion in funding for the Emissions Reduction Fund, grants to businesses to improve energy efficiency and backing a second interconnector to Tasmania all offer the potential to unlock low cost emissions reduction.</p> <p>This is important to help mining industry partners including farmers and remote indigenous communities reduce their emissions.</p> <p>Greater cost reductions could also be achieved if access is allowed to credible and verified international offsets.</p> <p>These offsets offer some of the lowest cost abatement opportunities and will be critical to help Australia fulfil its international commitments while also delivering broader environmental outcomes like protecting rainforests in the South East Asian region.</p> <p>ends</p> <p></p> <div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3097" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/190225-one-step-closer-meeting-australias-paris-commitmentspdf">190225 One step closer to meeting Australia's Paris commitments.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/190225%20One%20step%20closer%20to%20meeting%20Australia%27s%20Paris%20commitments.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=241015">190225 One step closer to meeting Australia's Paris commitments.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div>
Minerals Council of Australia
Health and safety the first priority for Australian minerals sector
2019-03-11 15:32:10 UTC
2019-02-25 06:59:15 UTC
2019-02-25 06:59:45 UTC
Tania Constable, Chief Executive Officer
MCA welcomes the review report of the model work health and safety laws and looks forward to the Australian Government’s response. The Australian minerals industry is a world leader in workplace safety and the safety of our people is the sector’s number one priority. We are firmly committed to the principle that every individual, whether as a direct employee or contractor, should have the same high standard of workplace safety.  MCA acknowledges that the model laws are operating as intended.
<p>MCA welcomes the review report of the model work health and safety laws and looks forward to the Australian Government’s response.</p> <p>The Australian minerals industry is a world leader in workplace safety and the safety of our people is the sector’s number one priority.</p> <p>We are firmly committed to the principle that every individual, whether as a direct employee or contractor, should have the same high standard of workplace safety. </p> <p>MCA acknowledges that the model laws are operating as intended.</p> <p>However, we support a firm but fair legislative framework that achieves healthy and safe workplaces and provides for appropriate responses if serious offences are proven. </p> <p>These objectives should not be at the expense of an environment that encourages prompt learning and sharing of important health and safety lessons.  Law reform should not impose oppressive and unnecessary criminal liability on some individuals that does not contribute to general or specific deterrence or improve health and safety outcomes at Australian workplaces. </p> <p>MCA does not support the introduction of a new industrial manslaughter clause into the model WHS laws as proposed in the review. </p> <p>MCA has yet to see evidence that the current legislative framework is inefficient in dealing with serious offences. Any issues that are identified can be addressed by appropriate application of the current criminal law.  </p> <p>MCA and our members are deeply engaged in the safety law reform process.  It is important to get the process right in developing new laws, including proper regulatory impact analysis requirements and clear and genuine consultation processes. </p> <p>MCA will continue to advocate for</p> <ul> <li>continuous improvement, where all parties work together in support of a safety culture based on trust and openness as opposed to an adversarial legal approach based on a blame culture</li> <li>regulatory practice based on consistency, transparency, probity, clarity of role, flexibility and rational pragmatism</li> <li>an enforcement rationale based primarily on the desire to improve work health and safety standards at Australian workplaces and prevent further incidents by fostering prompt sharing of safety lessons across industry.</li> </ul> <p>ends</p> <p></p> <div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3098" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/190225-health-and-safety-first-priority-australian-minerals-sectorpdf">190225 Health and safety the first priority for Australian minerals sector.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/190225%20Health%20and%20safety%20the%20first%20priority%20for%20Australian%20minerals%20sector.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=179120">190225 Health and safety the first priority for Australian minerals sector.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div>
Minerals Council of Australia
Australia’s Energy Tipping Point: Speech to Energy Policy Institute of Australia
2019-03-11 15:32:15 UTC
2019-02-22 03:58:24 UTC
2019-02-26 06:43:06 UTC
Tania Constable, CEO
MCA CEO Tania Constable addressed the Energy Policy Institute of Australia in Sydney on 22 February 2019 on Australia's energy policy challenges and why Australia's rich energy resources should be used to lift people in developing countries out of poverty. 190219 CEO EPIA speech.pdf 190219 CEO EPIA speech.pdf
<p>MCA CEO Tania Constable addressed the Energy Policy Institute of Australia in Sydney on 22 February 2019 on Australia's energy policy challenges and why Australia's rich energy resources should be used to lift people in developing countries out of poverty.</p> <p></p> <div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3107" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/190219-ceo-epia-speechpdf-0">190219 CEO EPIA speech.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/190219%20CEO%20EPIA%20speech_0.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=196129">190219 CEO EPIA speech.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div> <p> </p>
Minerals Council of Australia
MCA welcomes transparency on policy
2019-03-11 15:32:17 UTC
2019-02-20 22:08:06 UTC
2019-02-20 22:10:06 UTC
Tania Constable, Chief Executive Officer
MCA welcomes any review of industry association memberships by its member companies.    We are proud to represent Australia’s minerals industry which leads the world in innovation, sustainability, productivity and making modern life possible through mining and minerals processing.    In particular, we are proud to represent regional communities which benefit from high-wage, high-skill jobs and a sustainable minerals industry.   
<div>MCA welcomes any review of industry association memberships by its member companies. </div> <div> </div> <div>We are proud to represent Australia’s minerals industry which leads the world in innovation, sustainability, productivity and making modern life possible through mining and minerals processing. </div> <div> </div> <div>In particular, we are proud to represent regional communities which benefit from high-wage, high-skill jobs and a sustainable minerals industry. </div> <div> </div> <div>Any organisation which seeks to participate in public debate and policy should welcome transparency and vigorous scrutiny of its policy positions. </div> <div> </div> <div>MCA has worked closely with its member companies to ensure our positions on a range of issues – including climate and energy policy – reflect contemporary views and global reality. </div> <div> </div> <div>The minerals industry needs to ensure its approach is attuned to community expectations as well as commercial imperatives. </div> <div> </div> <div>We look forward to continuing to work with all our member companies so our world-leading minerals industry continues to lead the world while remaining a strong and enduring part of the Australian community. </div> <div> </div> <div>ends </div> <div><div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3088" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/100221-mca-welcomes-transparency-policypdf">100221 MCA welcomes transparency on policy.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/100221%20MCA%20welcomes%20transparency%20on%20policy.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=160356">100221 MCA welcomes transparency on policy.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div></div>
Minerals Council of Australia
MCA calls on Parliament to support regional communities and jobs
2019-03-11 15:32:19 UTC
2019-02-20 02:10:20 UTC
2019-02-20 02:11:44 UTC
Tania Constable, Chief Executive Officer
Australia’s world-leading minerals sector delivers high-paying, highly skilled jobs in regional and remote Australia. It is important that our political leaders continue to support stronger regional communities and jobs. Talking down our major export earning industries undermines long-term relationships and valuable trade opportunities with Australia’s global customers.
<p>Australia’s world-leading minerals sector delivers high-paying, highly skilled jobs in regional and remote Australia.</p> <p>It is important that our political leaders continue to support stronger regional communities and jobs.</p> <p>Talking down our major export earning industries undermines long-term relationships and valuable trade opportunities with Australia’s global customers.</p> <p>Only this month, Australian Bureau of Statistics trade data confirmed that coal became Australia’s number one export earner in 2018, with higher prices and export volumes supporting a record high $66 billion in export revenue.</p> <p>Higher prices and increased volumes deliver more taxes and royalties to the Federal and State governments which fund more teachers, nurses, police and lifesaving medical treatments<strong>.</strong></p> <p> </p> <p>ends</p> <p></p> <div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3087" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/190220-mca-calls-parliament-support-regional-communities-and-jobspdf">190220 MCA calls on Parliament to support regional communities and jobs.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/190220%20MCA%20calls%20on%20Parliament%20to%20support%20regional%20communities%20and%20jobs.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=165137">190220 MCA calls on Parliament to support regional communities and jobs.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div> <p> </p>
Minerals Council of Australia
Powering the future of Australian mining with people, innovation and modern education
2019-03-11 15:32:22 UTC
2019-02-13 20:56:57 UTC
2019-02-13 20:57:32 UTC
Tania Constable, Chief Executive Officer
Innovation, people and skills combined with technological advances will deliver a more globally competitive minerals sector that delivers fulfilling careers in highly paid, high-skilled jobs. Today’s release of EY’s Skills Map for the Future of Work – commissioned by MCA – provides a comprehensive examination of future skills and training and technology trends in the Australian minerals industry. Key findings by EY include:
<p>Innovation, people and skills combined with technological advances will deliver a more globally competitive minerals sector that delivers fulfilling careers in highly paid, high-skilled jobs.</p> <p>Today’s release of EY’s <em>Skills Map for the Future of Work</em> – commissioned by MCA – provides a comprehensive examination of future skills and training and technology trends in the Australian minerals industry.</p> <p>Key findings by EY include:</p> <ul> <li>77 per cent of jobs in Australian mining will be enhanced or redesigned due to technology within the next five years</li> <li>Productivity increases up to 23 per cent can be achieved with the rollout of new technologies, costing more than $35 billion</li> <li>An injection of $5 billion to $13 billion in workforce capability will be needed over the next decade to unlock future productivity gains</li> <li>Australian education and training systems need to be modernised to deliver higher certification and fit-for-purpose degrees.</li> </ul> <p>New technology and innovative practices will enhance the performance and productivity of 42 per cent of Australian mining jobs, with a further 35 per cent of occupations being redesigned and upskilled leading to more valuable employment opportunities.  Automation will give the opportunity for reskilling into other areas.</p> <p>EY’s study also identified that Australia’s education and training system needs to be modernised by offering improved course structures and enhanced movement between universities and the vocational education sectors.</p> <p>Future university degrees will need to have a mix of the latest scientific, technical and trade skills along with soft skills including collaboration, team building, communication and creativity.</p> <p>A decade-long investment by industry and government in general skills incorporating mathematics, data analytics, computing and change management will boost productivity in the minerals sector.</p> <p>Jobs that will be made future-ready through large investments will include metal fitters, machinists, building and engineering technical and experts in electronics and mechatronics.</p> <p>For example, a shot-firer working on a drilling team will have the opportunity in Australia’s future minerals workforce to use drone technology to monitor automated rigs.</p> <p>Australian mining will continue to take advantage of innovation, technology and new ways of working to create high-paying, high skilled jobs.</p> <p>The Skills Map includes two major reports: <a href="https://www.minerals.org.au/news/future-work-changing-skills-landscape-miners">The Future of Work: the Changing Skills Landscape for Miners</a> and <a href="https://www.minerals.org.au/news/future-work-economic-implications-technology-and-digital-mining">The Future of Work: The economic implications of technology and digital mining</a>. </p> <p>ends </p> <p></p> <div class="media media-element-container media-default"> <div id="file-3079" class="file file-document file-application-pdf"> <h2 class="element-invisible"><a href="/files/190214-powering-future-australian-mining-people-innovation-and-modern-educationpdf">190214 Powering the future of Australian mining with people innovation and modern education.pdf</a></h2> <div class="content"> <span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png"><a href="https://minerals.org.au/sites/default/files/190214%20Powering%20the%20future%20of%20Australian%20mining%20with%20people%20innovation%20and%20modern%20education.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=137748">190214 Powering the future of Australian mining with people innovation and modern education.pdf</a></span> </div> </div> </div>
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