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The Queensland Mining and Energy Bulletin is an independent voice on mining and energy for anyone working in the Queensland mining and minerals industry. Queensland Mining & Energy Bulletin (QMEB) communicates through digital, print and social media to a combined readership of >82,500 mining and energy industry personnel and suppliers on a daily, weekly and quarterly basis. With an exciting range of media platforms, we engage mining and energy audiences through quality content delivered on the right platform to the right personnel at the right time. Our audience distribution goal is simple, to ensure effective distribution to 96% of mining and energy operations throughout the sunshine state. Something that our competitors would only dream about. QMEB is distributed to mining and energy professionals on the ground at mines throughout Queensland and Australia. Directors, Site Senior Executives, Mining Managers, Project Managers, Drilling Superintendents, Operations Managers, HSE Man

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Resurgent resources boosting jobs in Queensland

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Queensland’s resources sector is powering jobs growth across the State with mines re-opening, exploration surging and exports rising said the Queensland Resources Council (QRC).

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Proposed ban on coal puts over 26,000 jobs at r...

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One of Queensland’s industry groups that represents commercial developers of minerals and energy resources warns banning coal mining could leave more than 26,000 locals without work.

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Mining company plans to hire staff at WA metal ...

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Perth-headquartered Antipa Minerals recently confirmed plans to hire additional and technical personnel at its Citadel Gold Copper Project, 400km east of Port Hedland. The project is being executed...

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What you need to know before looking for a job ...

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If you want to work in the mines, then there are a few things you need to know before you start looking for a job. Working in the mines is a labour intensive job, it’s physical, it’s hot, it...

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