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Police say no-one was injured in the explosion at the Incitec Pivot plant, but authorities are concerned about a smoke plume generated by the blast. Basically there was a chemical reaction in a water treatment cooling area," she said. "It's a routine
Journey Invite friends to discover what they are reading by connecting to Facebook. Connect with friends on Facebook and start sharing new and exciting content. NZ man killed in Qld mining accident NZ Newswire March 7, 2013, 8:35 pm A 25-year-old New
A former Waikato man has been killed in a Queensland mining accident. Jordan Taurima was carrying out contract work for explosives and fertiliser company Incitec Pivot when the incident happened late on Wednesday morning. Few details are known about
The Cairns-based coronary care doctor had pleaded not guilty to three counts of wilful damage after signs of three Labor local government candidates were cut down in April last year...Topics: courts-and-trials , minor-parties , cairns-4870 First
Queensland town after a mob smashed windows at the local station. A large crowd formed outside the Doomadgee Police Station early Sunday after a man was arrested for allegedly breaking a female officer's nose with a torch. The group smashed windows
Queensland police officer has allegedly been struck in the face with a torch, leaving her with a suspected broken nose. Sunday, when a 52-year-old man allegedly struck her in the face. She will be treated at Mount Isa Hospital, 500 kilometres away.
Griffin though admitted there was a bit of showman in Berryman, who will line up for the Broncos in a trial against the Warriors in Dunedin on Saturday night. "There's a bit of lair in him but he's a long way off Wendell at the moment," he said.
Mr Mills told the Legislative Assembly the pipeline should be built from Tennant Creek in the Territory to Mount Isa in north-west Queensland to encourage growth and investment. This is a big, bold plan, a very important plan," he said. "It is part
Members of the Uranium Mining Implementation Committee have spoken to local authorities, mining companies and stakeholders in the Mount Isa and Gulf regions about the restart of mining. Committee chairman Peter Bell says they are due to report back
Torrential rain might have ensured Anthony Mitchell is a little wet behind the ears but the former Sydney Rooster believes he has the nous to fill North Queensland's vacant No.9 jersey in the 2013 NRL season. Released by the Roosters in mid-2012,