In this issue

In this special yearbook issue of MINE Australia, we examine mining's impact on Aboriginal communities, look at a rare earths partnership between the US and Australia, learn about an audit of mental health in miners, and ask if mining has affected New South Wales' water supply.

Plus, we investigate how fly-in, fly-out miners are adapting in the wake of Covid-19, explore issues of crime and punishment at remote mine sites, delve into the rehabilitation of the Ranger uranium mine, and find out about Australian miners' stake in Papua New Guinea.

Also, we consider the Wright family court case, why the government has let miners slider on emission limits, and Newmont's success with gold in Australia. 

Moreover, we discover more about Australian operations in Africa, how iron ore held strong throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, and the future of tin mining in Australia.

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Callum Tyndalleditor