How will a rare commodity fare in one of the biggest mining industries in the world? As Australia looks to move on from the Ranger mine, we ask if radioactive minerals will ever form a significant part of the country’s mining sector, or whether the end of production at Ranger means the end of interest in uranium.
Editor | JP Casey
Writers | Nnamdi Anyadike, Giles Crosse, Matthew Farmer, Jason Mitchell, Isabeau Van Halm
Magazine Designer | Ashley McPherson
Graphic Designers | Tyrrell Lowe, Anett Arc, Martina Labaiova, Noemi Balint, Will Ingham
Lead Designer | John Hammond
Publisher | Susanne Hauner
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