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24/9/2018 — Conference Special

One of the key North Island coal mines was outlined at last week’s AusIMM New Zealand Mining Conference.

Includes following attachments:
- Bathurst - Geology, Structure and Development of the Maramarua Open Pit Mine (2.6 megabytes)

21/9/2018 — Conference Special

The modern techniques for sealing an historic and long-operating coal mine were explained to the AusIMM NZ Mining Conference.

Includes following attachments:
- Final sealing of Huntly West Mine: A geosynthetic solution to long term stability. (4.5 megabytes)

19/9/2018 — Conference Special

The current Government should ignore the anti-miners and their Green Party associates and view the value Bathurst Resources is bringing to the economy and to its employees.

Includes following attachments:
- Bathurst Resources Presentation (1.6 megabytes)

17/9/2018 — Conference Special
by Ross Louthean

The publicity savvy anti-miners did their best by trying to pester pre-conference tours for the AusIMM NZ Mining Conference in Tauranga but they had greater success by amplifying their exploits on social media.


10/9/2018 — Conference Special

The number of delegates for the annual AusIMM NZ Mining Conference to be held in Tauranga later this month are growing, with the list of keynote speakers a drawcard.


16/5/2018 — Conference Special

One of the tours being organised for New Zealand’s largest mining conference will take in the North Island’s two major opencast coal mines.


27/4/2018 — Coal, Lignite and CSG/CBM

The March quarter produced positive performances for Bathurst Resources and its BT Mining joint venture mines.

Includes following attachments:
- Bathurst quarterly report. (1.2 megabytes)

11/4/2018 — Coal, Lignite and CSG/CBM

The mystery of who would be speaker at tomorrow night’s Straterra Club meeting in Wellington has been solved, if it really was a mystery.


14/3/2018 — Coal, Lignite and CSG/CBM
by Simon Hartley

The environmental group Forest & Bird will appeal the High Court decision against it relating to the proposed Te Kuha coking coal mine.


14/2/2018 — Coal, Lignite and CSG/CBM
by Ross Louthean

The Land Information Minister, Eugenie Sage, who is also Conservation Minister defended her reasoning for not allowing Bathurst Resources to take up a mothballed mine in the Buller coalfield, and only showed her true Green colours.

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