The Great Barrier Reef bleaching event is a sign that regardless of agendas, all industries, governments and organisations must work together to reduce impacts upon the reef.
The Queensland Resources Council is very disappointed the Palaszczuk Government has announced today its intentions to ban underground coal gasification immediately, with no consultation.
The appeal filed today against the approval of Adani’s mining lease is another reminder of the urgent need for the government to overhaul the approvals process in Queensland.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) is keen to work with all stakeholders in progressing the interim findings released today as part of the state government’s review of the respiratory component of the Coal Mine Workers’ Health Scheme.
Coal continues to underpin the economic strength of Eastern Australia, directly injecting over $26 billion into Queensland and NSW last financial year.
Twenty-two of tomorrow’s tradies will be armed with all the tools they need to pursue a career in the resources industry, thanks to a skills camp for high school students in Dysart next week.
Mining for coal in the Galilee Basin was given the green light today with the historic approval of the first mining lease for the next great Queensland mining province, opening the door for thousands of jobs across regional Queensland.
A decision by the Land Court today to rule that awarding costs was outside of its jurisdiction, reveals yet another deficiency in the many that infest the Court’s processes.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has renewed calls for a special north-west economic zone ahead of the cabinet jobs committee visit to Mount Isa tomorrow.
The announcement today by the Queensland government to introduce new laws to parliament in response to the recent FIFO inquiry is deeply concerning to the industry and could pose a serious threat to investor confidence in the state.
The Queensland community rightfully expects that its politicians should govern more and run for election less.
Labor’s candidate for lord mayor of Brisbane City Council, Rod Harding, has announced a policy to divest from fossil fuels if he wins the top job, despite the fact that the coal and gas sectors deliver tens of thousands of jobs to the citizens of Brisbane.
School students will boost their future job prospects in an increasingly automated work force thanks to a new ground-breaking Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy/Alexandra Hills State High School Centre of Excellence in Automation and Robotics.
Aspiring environmental engineer and Dysart SHS student Tara Toshack has won the student award in the 11th annual Queensland Resources Council (QRC) and Women in Mining and Resources Queensland (WIMARQ) awards presented in Brisbane today.
While working full time and completing studies, new mother Dannielle Dendle was told the wedding was off and she’d have to move out.
Chai McConnell, Principal Consultant with Advisian (a subsidiary of WorleyParsons), has been recognised for his work to improve the attraction and retention of women in Queensland’s resources sector.
Queensland Rail freight operator Aurizon’s determination to bring more women into its male-dominated workforce has won the company a top gong in today’s Queensland Resources Council (QRC) Women in Mining and Resources Queensland (WIMARQ) Resources Awards for Women.
She narrowly missed selection for the 2000 Sydney Olympics, but QGC’s top female executive Cecile Wake received a gold medal at the Queensland resources sector’s annual International Women’s Day Breakfast today.