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Oct 19, 2021
Cairns site picked for $6.8m film studio

Cairns site picked for $6.8m film studio

A new $6.8 million film and TV studio is set to be built in Cairns, with a former Bunnings Warehouse site chosen for Screen Queensland’s new production facility. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the new studio was just minutes from Cairns’ CBD on a 6,500sq m building site at the corner of Spence and Fearnley… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coal, iQ Civil, iQ Geo...

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Oct 19, 2021
Procurement sessions for Townsville business

Procurement sessions for Townsville business

Businesses across Townsville can learn more about becoming a supplier for Townsville City Council with face-to-face meetings with the procurement team. Business Services and Finance Committee chairperson Margie Ryder said the council was committed to supporting local businesses whenever possible. “Procurement is an effective way for council to support Townsville-based businesses,” she ...

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Oct 19, 2021
Titov firms Ravenswood West potential

Titov firms Ravenswood West potential

Sunshine Gold says work at its Ravenswood West project has confirmed a large-scale copper-molybdenum system at the Titov prospect. Titov is the first of at least five of copper-molybdenum prospects that will be tested by Sunshine Gold along a 15km prospective corridor. Assays results from the first two holes into Titov include 121m at 0.35… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coa...

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Oct 19, 2021
Fresh take on Anthony molybdenum deposit

Fresh take on Anthony molybdenum deposit

QX Resources has released an upgraded mineral resource estimate for the Anthony molybdenum deposit in Central Queensland as it drives towards development. The update had an emphasis on recoverable resources from the oxide zone of the deposit, located about 70km north-west of Clermont. “The upgraded MRE for Anthony molybdenum deposit is an important value drive… This content is for iQ Indust...

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Oct 19, 2021
Action on mine officials after fire

Action on mine officials after fire

Resources Safety and Health Queensland has cancelled the statutory certificates of competency of two former officials at North Goonyella coal mine, three years after an underground fire at the mine. The action finalises the enforcement processes stemming from the Queensland Mines Inspectorate investigation of the incident at the Peabody-operated mine. Cancellation of the individuals’ certificates&...

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Oct 18, 2021
‘Wake-up call’ on cultural heritage protection

‘Wake-up call’ on cultural heritage protection

The Northern Australia Committee has tabled the final report of its inquiry into miner Rio Tinto’s destruction of caves at the Juukan Gorge in Western Australia, calling for extensive changes to protect cultural heritage.  Titled A Way Forward, the report emphasises that what happened at Juukan Gorge was not unique, but an extreme example of the destruction… This conten...

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Oct 18, 2021
Rocky road junctions set for upgrade

Rocky road junctions set for upgrade

Five key intersections in the Rockhampton CBD are earmarked for overhauls as part of $37.61 million package of safety upgrades. Detailed design for the project is underway, with construction expected to commence in mid-2023 and be completed by mid-2024, weather permitting. Intersections at the following locations will be upgraded: George St, Albert St and the… This content is for iQ Industr...

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Oct 18, 2021
Camel Creek shines in latest assays

Camel Creek shines in latest assays

Great Northern Minerals is building a clearer picture of gold mineralisation at Camel Creek, with new assay results including 1m grading at 105.46 g/t gold. The company has received the one-metre results from the recently completed RC reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at Camel Creek, which comprised a total of 15 holes for 3262m of… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland, iQ Coa...

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Oct 18, 2021
Grant project to boost Cloncurry housing

Grant project to boost Cloncurry housing

Cloncurry Shire Council will boost the town’s housing stock with nine homes after obtaining a grant of $5,062,500 through the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund. The construction will be part of the Perkins Street Sub-division project, with young couples and young families identified as the target market for these tenancies. Mayor Greg Campbell described… This content i...

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