In this issue

In this special yearbook issue of MINE Australia, we map out the state of mining projects in South Australia, review efforts to clean up the minerals supply chain in the country, and find out if industrial manslaughter laws could be the answer to improving safety in Queensland.

Plus, we examine if a Canadian company could be the catalyst needed to jumpstart Australia’s sapphire industry, find out how BHP became the world’s most valuable mining brand, and review the life and work of mining legend Sir Arvi Parbo.

Also, we ask if Australia could win the race to mine on the moon, find out how technology is changing mining jobs, and speak to Hovermap to find out how autonomous tech is helping companies to explore mines.

Moreover, we take a look at a project that uses 3D printed mining parts to save time and money, examine how Asia’s demand for metallurgical coal could benefit Australia, and round up the most successful mine rehabilitation schemes across Australia.

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Eloise McLennaneditor