Australia's mining is set to receive a massive shot in the arm after a challenging 2020 with the South Australian Government announcing plans to create up to 30,000 mining jobs in the state by 2030. The announcement came as part of the Building on our Strengths strategy which has identified nine key pillars - including mining - to grow the state's economy after it was ravaged by COVID-19 like the rest of the country. South Australian Minister for Energy and Mining Dan van Holst Pellekaan said the plan included a combination of investing in clean energy resources as well as natural resource...

Having a modern digital document management system makes a lot of sense for many reasons. The technology has caught up and made it highly possible for basically any business in any industry to go paperless - and yet only three per cent of Australian businesses have gone totally paperless and 20 per cent of businesses admit their paper use and wastage is actually increasing. Paperless business solutions offer many financial benefits, efficiency and productivity gains and there are also many environmental reasons to go paperless as well. But many businesses ask how do I convert paper to digital? We took a deep...

COVID-19 has impacted mining operations around the world but a recent report has shown that Australia has been the least disrupted during the global pandemic. The findings come from a McKinsey & Company survey of more than 60 senior executives, mine managers and owners in the MineLens Industry Survey. While more than 75 per cent of respondents agreed that COVID-19 'has had a significant impact on mining operations', it found that disruption in Australia was considered moderate compared to other major mining countries including Brazil, Canada, Chile, South Africa, and the United States. Brazil was hit hard by a court order to...

The Berejiklian government is set to end a 34-year ban on uranium mining in New South Wales with a new bill expected to be tabled in parliament in the near future. One Nation's Mark Latham began the process by tabling a nuclear power bill in the upper house this week and it was expected the LNP State Government would support the bill. Instead, the LNP Cabinet is expected to table its own bill. Uranium mining has been banned in New South Wales since the Uranium Mining and Nuclear Facilities (Prohibitions) Act 1986 (NSW) was introduced. This continued until 2012 when the Mining...

The end of the financial year (EOFY) has ticked over which means it is time for workers to start preparing their returns, here is the Fly2Work guide on what FIFO workers can claim on tax:...

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