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Mining, minerals and petroleum rights - Austrade

GEMCO Manganese Mine GEMCO is a manganese mining operation located on Groote Eylandt, the largest island in the Gulf of Carpentaria in Australia's north and home to the Warnindilyakwan people, the traditional owners of the land and surrounding islands of the Groote Eylandt archipelago. The land tenure on Groote Eylandt is Aboriginal freehold, held by a land trust under the terms of the Aboriginal Land

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New research paving the way for post-mining land ...

6 小时前  With less than 5 per cent of closed mines having successfully transitioned through to post-mining land use, CRC TiME has the opportunity to break new ground and develop a new status quo ...

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Exploration and mining on private land in NSW: a brief ...

2016-2-4  There had been some provision for mining on private land in the Gold Fields Management Act 1852 but this was not replicated in the Gold Fields Management Act 1857, section 9 of which prohibited mining for gold on private land without the consent of the owner. No provision was subsequently made for mining on private land until the Mining on Private Lands Act 1894. It has been explained that this Act:

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Mining industry in Australia - statistics facts Statista

2021-6-10  Australia’s mining industry is a pillar of the Australian economy, with the country being one of the world’s largest exporters of coal, iron ore, bauxite, alumina, and many other resources. The...

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Mining industry successfully scuppered Aboriginal land ...

2013-1-1  The mining industry successfully thwarted efforts to expand Aboriginal land rights in the early eighties with the collusion of Western Australia’s Labor Premier Brian Burke.

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Mining is the largest contributor to Australian economy in ...

2020-10-30  Mining is the largest contributor to Australian economy in 2019-20 Economic data released today by the Australian Bureau Statistics has confirmed the importance of the mining industry to the Australian economy. In a year where the nation has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the mining industry has been a pillar of stability. Despite the overall economy contracting, mining industry GDP increased 4.9 per cent in 2019-20 and totalled $202 billion. This also made mining Australia’s largest industry with a 10.4 per cent share of the economy. The Australian minerals industry is a major contributor to investment, high-wage jobs, exports and government revenues in Australia.

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Land - Rio Tinto

Rehabilitating the Land after Mining Argyle diamond mine, Kimberley, Western Australia. Our Argyle mine ceased production in November 2020, after generating more than 865 million carats of rough diamonds in 37 years. As we move into closing and rehabilitating the mine, we continue to work closely with the Miriuwung and Gidja People, the ...

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Coal Geoscience Australia

2021-8-16  Australia's principal black coal producing basins are the Bowen (Queensland) and Sydney (New South Wales) Basins. Locally important black coal mining operations include Collie in Western Australia, Leigh Creek in South Australia and Fingal and Kimbolton in Tasmania. Brown coal occurs in South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania, Queensland and Victoria (Figure 3.4), predominantly in

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Land use and management Australia State of the ...

2021-8-23  Land managed for nature conservation and protection is located primarily in central and northern Australia, and in the forested ranges of the east and south-west of both mainland Australia and Tasmania. Box 5.1 Caring for country—Indigenous Australians’ land and sea management Indigenous land and sea management, also referred to as ‘caring for country’, includes a wide range of

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Free Land in Australia Where Cheap or Free Land Can Be ...

2019-1-10  The government and the people of Australia want more development in the innards of the country and now have the ability and necessity to span its population into the deeper regions of the continent. This opens up an avenue of free or cheap land in Australia that will someday be a part of expensive Megacities like Melbourne and Sydney.

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Mining, minerals and petroleum rights - Austrade

Mining, minerals and petroleum rights. In general mineral rights in Australia are reserved to the Crown. Notwithstanding, in some cases the minerals may continue to be owned by the land owner. The acquisition of rights to minerals stems from separate legislative frameworks in each State. These frameworks provide initially for exploration of the ...

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New research paving the way for post-mining land ...

6 小时前  With less than 5 per cent of closed mines having successfully transitioned through to post-mining land use, CRC TiME has the opportunity to break new ground and develop a new status quo ...

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Exploration and mining on private land in NSW: a brief ...

2016-2-4  mining on private land. As outlined in more detail below, the Act contained certain exceptions with respect to exploring or mining on private land. In 1918, a new Division was added to Part IV of the Act. The new provisions enabled a mining warden to grant to any holder of a miner's right an ...

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Old Habits Die Hard: Indigenous Land Rights and Mining

2021-8-24  A number of serious implications arise from the late recognition of indigenous rights to land in Australia law, not just as regards loss of land, but in the culture of land administration and resource development that seeks to reduce the rights of indigenous peoples and secure access for development. Indigenous Peoples and Mining

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Australian mine rehabilitation: Projects leading the way

2019-2-4  Woodcutters mine: returning land to its Indigenous owners. Work ceased at the Woodcutters lead-zinc operation in Australia’s Northern Territory in 1999 following 14 years of production. Newmont acquired the site when it bought Normandy Mining in

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Government of Western Australia Department of Mines ...

2021-8-24  Mining, prospecting or exploring any land in Western Australia without the appropriate authorisation and permission is an offence under the Mining Act. Breaching the Act may incur a penalty of up to $150,000 for an individual or $300,000 for a body corporate. Prospecting is ‘mining

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Impacts of Mining Oxfam Australia

Mining can impact local communities both positively and negatively. While positive impacts such as employment and community development projects are important, they do not off-set the potential negatives. We have found mining can negatively affect people by: forcing them from their homes and land; preventing them from accessing clean land

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Land use and management Australia State of the ...

2021-8-23  Land use and management. The absolute and relative extent of Australia’s principal land uses are summarised in Table 5.1 (2005–06 data). The dominant land use, in terms of extent, is livestock grazing of native vegetation (46%); grazing of modified

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Free Land in Australia Where Cheap or Free Land Can Be ...

2019-1-10  The government and the people of Australia want more development in the innards of the country and now have the ability and necessity to span its population into the deeper regions of the continent. This opens up an avenue of free or cheap land in Australia

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How to Get a Mining Job in Australia

How to get a Mining Job in Australia. Get on the right track to finding work in the mining industry and establish whether or not mining work is for you.. You may have probably heard the stories about a friend of a friend who is earning over $100,000 a year on a mine somewhere in Western Australia or Queensland, and wondered how you could get a mining

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New research paving the way for post-mining land ...

6 小时前  With less than 5 per cent of closed mines having successfully transitioned through to post-mining land use, CRC TiME has the opportunity to break new ground and develop a new status quo ...

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Mining Australian Bureau of Statistics

2021-6-1  Mineral and Petroleum Exploration, Australia. Quarterly statistics on mineral and petroleum exploration expenditure by private organisations in Australia. Reference period. March 2021.

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Mining Tenements explained - Department of Mines,

The term of a mining lease is 21 years and may be renewed for further terms. The lessee of a mining lease may work and mine the land, take and remove minerals, and do all of the things necessary to effectually carry out mining operations in, on or under the land, subject to conditions of title.

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Government of Western Australia Department of Mines ...

2021-8-24  Mining, prospecting or exploring any land in Western Australia without the appropriate authorisation and permission is an offence under the Mining Act. Breaching the Act may incur a penalty of up to $150,000 for an individual or $300,000 for a body corporate. Prospecting is ‘mining

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Legislation and guidance - Department for Energy and

2021-8-17  The Department for Energy and Mining (DEM) acknowledges Aboriginal people as the First Nations Peoples of South Australia. We recognise and respect the cultural connections as the Traditional Owners and occupants of the land and waters of South Australia, and that they continue to make a unique and irreplaceable contribution to the State.

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Impacts of Mining Oxfam Australia

Mining can impact local communities both positively and negatively. While positive impacts such as employment and community development projects are important, they do not off-set the potential negatives. We have found mining can negatively affect people by: forcing them from their homes and land; preventing them from accessing clean land

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Australian mine rehabilitation: Projects leading the way

2019-2-4  Woodcutters mine: returning land to its Indigenous owners. Work ceased at the Woodcutters lead-zinc operation in Australia’s Northern Territory in 1999 following 14 years of production. Newmont acquired the site when it bought Normandy Mining in

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My Country, Mine Country - ANU Press

National Library of Australia Cataloguing-in-Publication entry Author: Scambary, Benedict. Title: My country, mine country : Indigenous people, mining and development contestation in remote Australia / Benedict Scambary. ISBN: 9781922144720 (pbk.) 9781922144737 (ebook) Series: Research monograph (Australian National University.

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Land use - Department of Agriculture

2 天前  Land uses have a major effect on Australia's natural resources through their impacts on water, soil, nutrients, plants and animals. There is also a strong link between changing patterns of land use and economic and social conditions, particularly in regional Australia.

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Land use and management Australia State of the ...

2021-8-23  Land use and management. The absolute and relative extent of Australia’s principal land uses are summarised in Table 5.1 (2005–06 data). The dominant land use, in terms of extent, is livestock grazing of native vegetation (46%); grazing of modified

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