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Rushed Legislation’s Injustice for Mining Communities

From all corners of Australia, Australian Mining Cities Alliance (AMCA) Directors travelled to Canberra last week to continue their advocacy in earnest regarding implications of the Climate Change Bill 2022 […]

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Busy week for AMCA

The Chair, Directors and Executive Officer travelled to Canberra this week in what may well be deemed in future as one of the most critical ever for some mining communities […]

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Plea to the Senate – Consider the people affected most

Australian Mining Cities Alliance (AMCA) calls on the Senate Committee for Environment and Communications and the Senate to address a crucial flaw in the Climate Change Bill. “We observed the […]

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Climate Change Bill Questions Asked

Australian Mining Cities Alliance watches with interest on behalf of mining communities across the nation as the Climate Change Bill is debated in the Australian Parliament. “We will expect that […]

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Mining Communities’ Futures

Much has been said about the emergence of critical mineral opportunities and the phasing out of fossil fuels, as if the topics relate just to inert minerals and their impact […]

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That Australian Dream – Elusive in Mining Towns

The Australian Mining Cities Alliance (AMCA) calls on key decision-makers in the next Commonwealth Government to tune into the real issues affecting their electors in mining regions that underpin the […]

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More Than Mining Campaign Progresses

Earlier this week the next phase of the ‘More Than Mining’ campaign was launched, in which Australian Mining Cities Alliance (AMCA) has been a key collaborator.  This important initiative proposes […]

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New Chair and Deputy Chair appointed

The Board of the Australian Mining Cities Alliance (AMCA) has appointed a new Chair.  Councillor Phil Barwick of Mount Isa has taken up the role.  Phil is Deputy Mayor of […]

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Ten Years on and still no cure for Cancer of the Bush (FIFO)

In October 2011 the then State Member for Kalgoorlie, the Hon John Bowler coined the term “Cancer of the Bush” referring to the negative impacts of Fly-in Fly-out (FIFO) work […]

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Affordable Housing Solutions in Mining Cities

Yesterday the More Than Mining campaign was launched, in which Australian Mining Cities Alliance (AMCA) has been a key collaborator. This important initiative proposes reform that will address critical housing […]

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