Many feel that justice has not been served and the failings of both the company and the government are being glossed over as charges against the head of a New Zealand mine where 29 men died in a 2010 gas explosion were dropped.
In an accident which has been called the biggest nuclear accidents in Australian history, a tank containing uranium burst at the Ranger uranium mine releasing a million litres of acidic radioactive slurry in Kakadu National Park.
The mine is surrounded by Kakadu National Park and is located about 230 kilometres east of Darwin.
The latest book about the Pike tragedy ‘Tragedy at Pike River ‘by journalist Rebecca Macfie will be launched in Greymouth tomorrow. Three years ago 29 men were killed in the tragic accident when the coal mine blew up. The men were killed due to the explosion and collapse in the West Coast mine on November 19, 2010.
The environmental group, The Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society on Tuesday announced that it was not going to appeal an Environment Court decision for allowing Australian miner Bathurst Resources to move forward with an open cast mine on the Denniston Plateau near Westport.
According to a new report, Bathurst Resources has finally got the approval for the resources of their project related to coal mine on West Coast's Denniston Plateau. Today, the Environment Court gave the approval for the project, leading to an end of the fight with the environmentalists.
Alison Andrew, who is Orica Ltd Executive Global Head Chemicals, is leaving the company to join as chief executive officer of Transpower New Zealand Limited. Orica said in a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange that Andrew Larke will take up Ms. Andrew's former role. The role will be in addition to his existing position as executive global head of strategy and planning.