POSTPONED – Hunter economic update and procurement networking opportunities for businesses at upcoming Singleton event

Event Update: Unfortunately, due to clashes with election events, the Dialogue has had to postpone the Mining Economic Update and the Procurement Networking Event, scheduled for Wednesday 11 May 2022. All tickets purchased will be refunded and attendees will be notified shortly. We plan to reschedule both events to after the election. We apologise for the inconvenience but thankLearn more POSTPONED – Hunter economic update and procurement networking opportunities for businesses at upcoming Singleton event

Update on Dialogue 2021 Forum Event

In light of extended restrictions across the Upper Hunter and the delicate conditions on which any future easing of these rests, the Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue secretariat has made the decision to postpone our 2021 Forum event (scheduled for 23 November). As the health and safety of our Upper Hunter stakeholders is paramount, the DialogueLearn more Update on Dialogue 2021 Forum Event

Dialogue back in business with Muswellbrook procurement networking event

The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue and Muswellbrook Chamber of Commerce and Industry have joined forces to present a two-part event for local supplier businesses. More than 100 people attended the breakfast update on the NSWMC’s Expenditure Impact Survey results for the region, as well as a procurement networking event for local suppliers and procurement representativesLearn more Dialogue back in business with Muswellbrook procurement networking event

Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue Joint Working Groups resume in-person meetings

Members from the Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue’s Joint Environment Working Group and Joint Economic and Social Development Working Group reconvened at the Dialogue’s Resource Centre in Singleton for the first in-person meetings since March 2020. Utilising a hybrid of videoconferencing and office discussions, members appreciated the value of reconnecting at the Dialogue premises to discussLearn more Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue Joint Working Groups resume in-person meetings

‘The Dialogue’ is back on the road again: Catch up on the latest news in our May 2021 Newsletter

The Dialogue is back on the road again and ready to continue working with our various stakeholders to help address the local community’s priorities and work towards developing and implementing solutions. After a disruptive 2020, the Dialogue’s Joint Working Groups and Steering Committees have reconvened in early 2021 to discuss recent projects delivered over theLearn more ‘The Dialogue’ is back on the road again: Catch up on the latest news in our May 2021 Newsletter

Catch up on all ‘The Dialogue’ latest with the November 2020 newsletter

As we near the end of a momentous 2020, it is timely to reflect on the Dialogue’s accomplishments in this most difficult of years. Despite the challenges and impacts that COVID-19 has had on the Dialogue’s community events and school tour activities scheduled throughout 2020, we have been fortunate to continue our engagement with stakeholdersLearn more Catch up on all ‘The Dialogue’ latest with the November 2020 newsletter

Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue projects being assessed and reviewed

The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue’s senior advisory body, the Joint Advisory Steering Committee (JASC), met via videoconference on Wednesday this week to review the progress of Dialogue projects. The Committee reviewed final reports on long-Dialogue running projects including an analysis of Upper Hunter Air Quality Monitoring Network data comparing Upper Hunter air quality trends withLearn more Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue projects being assessed and reviewed

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