Announcement: Launch of The Daily NSW Mining Digest 

Knowledge is power, and with that in mind we’ve created a new daily feature to deliver the most important and up-to-date mining news - both online and print - from across the state to our online communities.
The Daily NSW Mining Digest will be published online at and shared across our Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram profiles. If you aren’t already following us, make sure you do to keep on top of the latest industry news.
Tuesday 27 January & Long weekend 
  • Mining’s economic contribution still strong- Western Advocate Bathurst reports on the 2013/14 Economic Impacts survey that shows mining spending and employment plays a valuable role in the state’s economy - Read the article:
  • Maules Creek camp folds  - The Northern Daily Leader reports that anti-mining campaigners at Maules Creek are now set to disband in the coming weeks, after basing themselves at the location for a year. Read the article:
  • Australia Day 2015: Bill Chapman, miners’ rights battler - The Newcastle Herald features one of 12 Hunter residents receiving an Order of Australia Medal this year, Bill Chapman, being honoured for his career in the mining industry fighting for miners’ rights. Read the article:
  • PAC seeks Bengalla review extension - And the Muswellbrook Chronicle is discussing news that the Planning Assessment Commission has asked for more time to conduct its review into the Bengalla Continuation Project. Read the article:
Please contact us if you have any questions or if you come across a developing story that you want us to cover here.

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