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Young Professional recognised with national AMMA award

Incitec Pivot employee Hannah Campbell has been awarded the prestigious 2017 AMMA Industry Awards Young Professional category announced in Perth on Tuesday night. Hannah is the company’s Moranbah...

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Increased drug use poses testing challenges on mine sites

Mining companies are feeling the pressure to manage the impacts of drugs and alcohol in the workplace as recreational drug use increases, according to national survey results released this week. The...

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New resources and energy ministers appointed

A reshuffle in the Turnbull Government has seen new resources ministers appointed.  Matt Canavan has been appointed Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, the new Industry, Science and...

Resources sector farewells industry ‘champions’

Tributes have been flowing this week after the retirement announcements of two resource industry leaders. Former resources and energy Minister Ian Macfarlane and Shadow Minister Gary Gray both...

AMMA calls for union deregistering

Resource industry employer group AMMA has called on the Federal Government to deregister the CFMEU and the MUA after the unions this week threatened crippling and unlawful strikes at a national level...

Historic low in resources union membership

THE continued decline in the number of Australians who choose to be trade union members must prompt further efforts from our national policy makers to reform our outdated employment laws to better...

AMMA: Gorgon strike action “damaging” reputation

AUSTRALIA’s resource industry employer group, AMMA, has warned of the damaging effects strike action at the Gorgon natural gas project could have on Australia’s international reputation as being...

Workplace reforms could benefit Australia financially

Workplace Reform Could Dramatically Benefit Australia

New research from KPMG into the impacts of the workplace relations system on resource sector productivity and investment has shown that the industry’s recommended reforms could add up to $30.9...