Australia : Uranium mining to create jobs for Queenslanders

August 2014
TendersInfo News;8/1/2014, p1
The article focuses on jobs and economic opportunities to be created in North Queensland after the announcement by the government that it is ready to accept applications for uranium mining. Topics covered include the release of a framework to ensure that future mines will adhere to environmental protection and safety standards, the release of the abandoned Mary Kathleen Mine for competitive tender for rare earths exploration, and the potential of the uranium industry to generate development.


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