Tasmania should be concerned that the factually incorrect Australia Institute Report’s Mining of Entitlement has been used as the basis of Christine Milne’s opinion piece in The Mercury (June 30) when the report has been strongly rejected in other states, writes Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council's CEO, Jeremy Kouw.
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Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council's CEO, Jeremy Kouw, being interviewed by the ABC following the announcement that the Mt Lyell mine will be switching to Care and Maintenance.
"It's a terrible time for the people of Queenstown and the West Coast and our thoughts are with them," Jeremy said.
"During this difficult time, it's heartening to see that the Premier, Will Hodgmann, MP…
Unity Mining Limited's Henty Gold Mine on Tasmania's West Coast have advised that they will stop production at the end of next year if more ore is not found.
The Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council congratulate the State Government on following through on their pre-election commitment with the Workplaces (Protection From Protesters) Bill 2014.
The State Government has granted a mining lease to Australian Tungsten Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of King Island Scheelite.