Friday 22nd Jun, 2018
The Hunter Valley network is responsible for the coal exported from Newcastle. Photo: HVCCC

ARTC, unions do battle on NSW coal network

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has accused the Rail Tram and Bus Union of breaking a ceasefire, with disruptions impacting…
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Awards night is not to be missed. Photo: Greg Dickins

Nominations open for Bulk Handling Awards

It’s time to blow your horn and let the industry know about your successes, innovation and hard work. Nominate yourself,…
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$2.1m steel facility complete in Mt Gambier

Construction is complete on a $2.1 million steel fabricating facility in Mount Gambier, South Australia. Whitty Engineering’s new facility was…
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Arrium operates in the mining and mining consumables manufacturing sectors.

Pay cuts on the table at Arrium

Arrium’s administrators are reportedly seeking a 17% pay cut in negotiations with workers at the failed company’s Whyalla steelworks. According…
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Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Creative Commons / Ash Carter

Turnbull’s election-causing construction bills could still fail

EXPLAINER: Now that we have had the double-dissolution election, the next step is for the government to attempt to pass…
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Newcastle coal protestors. Photo: Break Free Australia

Drama at ports as Newcastle blocked, Patrick-MUA bicker

With additional reportage by Ian Ackerman. It’s been a dramatic few days on Australia’s waterfront, with climate change protestors blocking…
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Safety in Action set for Perth in June

Workplace safety experts from around the country are set to gather in Perth in June, to discuss how employers, business…
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Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Creative Commons / Ash Carter

ABCC rejection triggers election bid

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has indicated the next election will be a referendum on the Australian Building and Construction Commission,…
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