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Return of uranium mining in Queensland?
 
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Radioactive Uranium ore, Rum jungle Northern Territory, Australia
 
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Uranium ore specimen from Rum jungle country, Northern Territory. Tested with a 3007a Dosimeter and Labgear fast Dekatron counter.
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IChemE Global Awards 2014 - Synergen Met and University of Queensland
 
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Modular On-site Cyanide Production Unit by Synergen Met Pty Ltd and University of Queensland. Synergen Met has developed a process plant that manufactures cyanide for the mining industry at the mine site. The plant constitutes a rugged, modular, plasma based cyanide generation unit. It will be capable of unattended or limited-attendance operation and is fully self-contained, bar process connections and utilities. It avoids the need to transport, transit-store and handle solid and liquid sodium cyanide, all at a cost 50% lower than that currently charged to the mine site. This is a novel approach to the production of cyanide for the gold industry and other similar end-use applications of cyanide. “The team behind Synergen Met is very excited to be shortlisted for the IChemE global awards. This shortlisting validates the importance of our site based cyanide production unit and the paradigm shift it generates for the supply of cyanide to the global mining community. It also validates the important impact it will have on communities affected by mines and the impact of removing cyanide from transport networks.” Christopher Dunks, Synergenmet
Australian Graduate Survey Highlights
 
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The latest Graduate Careers Australia results show graduate employment is at 71.3%, the lowest since 1992/93 when it reached 71.2%. http://www.laboursolutions.com.au/ What’s interesting is back in 92/93 the country was recovering from 1990s recession, whereas the 2013 numbers show that job prospects have continued to fall since the global financial crisis in 2008. Of the 43,359 survey respondents who were looking for full time work, 18 percent were only working part time, while a 10.6 per cent were unemployed. While in 2012, only 15 per cent were working par time and 8.6 unemployed. Despite these figures, graduates still have a strong presence among the labour market according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, with only 3.4 per cent unemployed, compared with a 7.8 per cent among those with no post school education. Disciplines with employment rates higher than 90% were mining engineering, medicine and pharmacy graduate, while the worst included visual and performing arts with 48%, life science with 52%, social sciences 56% and 59 in humanities graduates.
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Street March from Griffith Uni, Brisbane, 31st March 1978 (Part I)
 
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Thousands of people were arrested in Qld in the period 1977-79 struggling to stop Uranium mining & Export and fighting for democratic rights. Students were involved in this struggle. The fight for democratic rights began on the wharves in Brisbane when Uranium was being shipped from the Hamilton No 4 wharf. Demonstrators sat on railway lines and invaded the wharf forcing the Waterside Workers Union to shut down the cranes because of safety issues. Many ships were held up. When the Fraser government released its decision to mine & export uranium there was a march from the Australian Government centre to protest the decision. Bjelke-petersen went in to the parliament the and declared the 'day of the political street march was over'. In the ensuing 18 months over 3,000 people were arrested for street marching on a variey of issues - the longest sustained period of mass civil disobedience in Australian history. This film depicts one such street march. On 31st of May 1978 Special Branch detectives Vernardos, Ferguson, Krosch together with Det (Mrs) Reid and police information officer Ian Hatcher assisted in the arrest of 8 students on Kessells Road near Griffith University during a street march banned by the Bjelke-Petersen Government.
top universities in the world
 
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1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) United States 2 Stanford University United States 3 California Institute of Technology (Caltech) United States 4 Princeton University United States 5 University of Cambridge United Kingdom 6 Imperial College London United Kingdom 7 University of Oxford United Kingdom 8 ETH Zürich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich Switzerland 9 University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) United States 10 University of California, Berkeley United States 11 Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) United States 12 École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Switzerland 13 National University of Singapore (NUS) Singapore 14 University of Texas at Austin United States 15 University of Michigan United States 16 Carnegie Mellon University United States 17 Cornell University United States 18 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign United States 19 Delft University of Technology Netherlands 20 Northwestern University United States 21 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Hong Kong 22 University of California, Santa Barbara United States 23 Tsinghua University China 24 University of Toronto Canada 25 The University of Tokyo Japan 26 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) Republic of Korea 27 University of Wisconsin-Madison United States 28 Technical University of Munich Germany 29 Nanyang Technological University Singapore 30 KTH Royal Institute of Technology Sweden 31 Technical University of Denmark Denmark 32 Columbia University United States 33 University of Washington United States 34 KU Leuven Belgium 35 Seoul National University Republic of Korea 36 The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong 37 University of Manchester United Kingdom 38 University of Melbourne Australia 39 University of Queensland Australia 40 Rice University United States 41 Kyoto University Japan 42 École Polytechnique France 43 Peking University China 44 University of British Columbia Canada 45 Purdue University United States 46 Pohang University of Science and Technology (Postech) Republic of Korea 47 University of Sydney Australia 48 Monash University Australia 49 University of Minnesota United States 50 University of California, San Diego United States 51 McGill University Canada 52 University of California, Davis United States 53 University College London (UCL) United Kingdom 54 RWTH Aachen University Germany 55 University of Edinburgh United Kingdom 56 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Germany 57 Pennsylvania State University United States 58 University of Pennsylvania United States 59 Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan 60 Technical University of Berlin Germany 61 Eindhoven University of Technology Netherlands 62 Texas A&M University United States 63 University of New South Wales Australia 64 Ohio State University United States 65 National Taiwan University Taiwan 66 Lomonosov Moscow State University Russian Federation 67 Duke University United States 68 University of Waterloo Canada 69 University of South Australia Australia 70 Tohoku University Japan 71 Technion Israel Institute of Technology Israel 72 University of Nottingham United Kingdom 73 University of California, Riverside United States 74 University of California, Irvine United States 75 Technische Universität Dresden Germany 76 University of Leeds United Kingdom 77 University of Southampton United Kingdome 78 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University United States 79 Lund University Sweden 80 University of Maryland, College Park United States 81 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong 82 University of Bristol United Kingdome 83 University of Delaware United States 84 Mines ParisTech France 85 University of Colorado Boulder United States 86 Polytechnic University of Milan Italy 87 University of Twente Netherlands 88 Pierre and Marie Curie University France 89 City University of Hong Kong Hong Kong 90 Wageningen University and Research Center Netherlands 91 Brown University United States 92 Uppsala University Sweden 93 Brunel University London United Kingdom 94 Chalmers University of Technology Sweden 95 University of Technology, Sydney Australia 96 Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology Republic of Korea 97 Technische Universität Darmstadt Germany 98. University of Sheffield United Kingdom 99. Middle East Technical University Turkey 100. Aalto University Finland
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top universities in the world
 
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1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) United States 2 Stanford University United States 3 California Institute of Technology (Caltech) United States 4 Princeton University United States 5 University of Cambridge United Kingdom 6 Imperial College London United Kingdom 7 University of Oxford United Kingdom 8 ETH Zürich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich Switzerland 9 University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) United States 10 University of California, Berkeley United States 11 Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) United States 12 École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Switzerland 13 National University of Singapore (NUS) Singapore 14 University of Texas at Austin United States 15 University of Michigan United States 16 Carnegie Mellon University United States 17 Cornell University United States 18 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign United States 19 Delft University of Technology Netherlands 20 Northwestern University United States 21 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Hong Kong 22 University of California, Santa Barbara United States 23 Tsinghua University China 24 University of Toronto Canada 25 The University of Tokyo Japan 26 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) Republic of Korea 27 University of Wisconsin-Madison United States 28 Technical University of Munich Germany 29 Nanyang Technological University Singapore 30 KTH Royal Institute of Technology Sweden 31 Technical University of Denmark Denmark 32 Columbia University United States 33 University of Washington United States 34 KU Leuven Belgium 35 Seoul National University Republic of Korea 36 The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong 37 University of Manchester United Kingdom 38 University of Melbourne Australia 39 University of Queensland Australia 40 Rice University United States 41 Kyoto University Japan 42 École Polytechnique France 43 Peking University China 44 University of British Columbia Canada 45 Purdue University United States 46 Pohang University of Science and Technology (Postech) Republic of Korea 47 University of Sydney Australia 48 Monash University Australia 49 University of Minnesota United States 50 University of California, San Diego United States 51 McGill University Canada 52 University of California, Davis United States 53 University College London (UCL) United Kingdom 54 RWTH Aachen University Germany 55 University of Edinburgh United Kingdom 56 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Germany 57 Pennsylvania State University United States 58 University of Pennsylvania United States 59 Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan 60 Technical University of Berlin Germany 61 Eindhoven University of Technology Netherlands 62 Texas A&M University United States 63 University of New South Wales Australia 64 Ohio State University United States 65 National Taiwan University Taiwan 66 Lomonosov Moscow State University Russian Federation 67 Duke University United States 68 University of Waterloo Canada 69 University of South Australia Australia 70 Tohoku University Japan 71 Technion Israel Institute of Technology Israel 72 University of Nottingham United Kingdom 73 University of California, Riverside United States 74 University of California, Irvine United States 75 Technische Universität Dresden Germany 76 University of Leeds United Kingdom 77 University of Southampton United Kingdome 78 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University United States 79 Lund University Sweden 80 University of Maryland, College Park United States 81 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong 82 University of Bristol United Kingdome 83 University of Delaware United States 84 Mines ParisTech France 85 University of Colorado Boulder United States 86 Polytechnic University of Milan Italy 87 University of Twente Netherlands 88 Pierre and Marie Curie University France 89 City University of Hong Kong Hong Kong 90 Wageningen University and Research Center Netherlands 91 Brown University United States 92 Uppsala University Sweden 93 Brunel University London United Kingdom 94 Chalmers University of Technology Sweden 95 University of Technology, Sydney Australia 96 Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology Republic of Korea 97 Technische Universität Darmstadt Germany 98 University of Sheffield United Kingdom 99 Middle East Technical University Turkey 100 Aalto University Finland
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Mining in Shakhtinsk - health problems
 
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Having worked in the mines at Shakhtinsk for many years, this miner describes the lack of opportunities for miners to recover from the heavy health impacts suffered during mining.
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This Exclusive Australia Tour Comes With a Private Jet
 
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This Touring Treasures trip will take you Down Under on a luxurious 21-day tour they are calling "Seamlessly Australia by Private Jet". You will experience exclusive wildlife adventures, private museum tours and everything else Australia has to offer. #LuxeLife This tour features: A seaplane tour of the Great Barrier Reef Lunch at the National Gallery of Australia Luxury accommodations Galleries, conservation parks and more! Do you think it's worth the money? Read more: https://www.gobankingrates.com/ Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GOBankingRates Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gobankingrates Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/gobankingrates LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/go-banking-rates Twitter: https://twitter.com/GOBankingRates
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The Environmental Side of Mining - Gavin Mudd
 
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Gavin Mudd presents in the SMI seminar series in a talk titled: "The Environmental Side of Mining". Filmed on Thursday, 20th September, 2012 Unless expressly indicated, the views and opinions raised in this video are those of presenter and not the views of the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, the Sustainable Minerals Institute or The University of Queensland. Information provided as fact should be corroborated against information published in peer-reviewed academic journals or other trustworthy sources.
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Right to March - Griffith University march 31/3/1978
 
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Thousands of people were arrested in Qld in the period 1977-79 struggling to stop Uranium mining & Export and fighting for democratic rights. Students were involved in this struggle. The fight for democratic rights began on the wharves in Brisbane when Uranium was being shipped from the Hamilton No 4 wharf. Demonstrators sat on railway lines and invaded the wharf forcing the Waterside Workers Union to shut down the cranes because of safety issues. Many ships were held up. When the Fraser government released its decision to mine & export uranium there was a march from the Australian Government centre to protest the decision. Bjelke-petersen went in to the parliament the and declared the 'day of the political street march was over'. In the ensuing 18 months over 3,000 people were arrested for street marching on a variey of issues - the longest sustained period of mass civil disobedience in Australian history. This film depicts one such street march. On 31st of May 1978 Special Branch detectives Vernardos, Ferguson, Krosch together with Det (Mrs) Reid and police information officer Ian Hatcher assisted in the arrest of 8 students on Kessells Road near Griffith University during a street march banned by the Bjelke-Petersen Government.
Latis Energy, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
 
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The mai Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2013 - Finalist Latis Energy, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Latis Energy Pty Limited (Latis) is a provider of renewable energy through the Latis Energy System: a combination of large-scale floating solar farms and contracted energy supply services for the global coal mining industry.
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Australian Centre for Sustainable Mining Practices at UNSW
 
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Introduction to the Australian Centre for Sustainable Mining Practices at UNSW.
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BHP Miners Walk Off The Job At Six Queensland Mine Sites
 
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Thousands of workers have walked off the job shutting down six Queensland coal mines. The Premier is calling on the Federal Government to intervene over fears we could lose business off shore. Campbell Newman says "right now, I know those international companies are looking at places like Mozambique, Mongolia and they will go where they feel they can get a better deal". Jeff Seeney hopes everyone can act like adults and bring about a resolution. Ten News Queensland 25 May 2012
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Mining for Development Conference 2013 - Conference Presentation
 
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The Conference will be the Australian Mining for Development Initiative's second annual event, and is hosted by the International Mining for Development Centre at The University of Western Australia and The University of Queensland.
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Mine shutdown plunges WA port project into doubt
 
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Western Australia's Oakajee Port and Rail development is in trouble after a major mining customer shut down its mine.
Alex Zapantis  -  General Manager Commercial at Global CCS Institute
 
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Alex has a Degree in Applied Science with a major in Physics, a Graduate Diploma in Health & Medical Physics and an MBA. After completing his degree, Alex worked as a physicist for the Queensland Government regulating the use of ionising radiation. From there, he moved to the Queensland University of Technology as the University Radiation Safety Officer before being appointed, in 1996, as the Health Physicist in the Office of the Supervising Scientist (OSS), part of the Australian Department of the Environment and Heritage. In 2000 Alex was promoted to Assistant Secretary of the OSS where he was accountable for delivering the Commonwealth Government’s environmental audit, inspection and oversight programmes of uranium mining and exploration activities in the Alligator Rivers Region of the Northern Territory, and for advising the Minister for the Environment and Heritage on uranium mining and nuclear fuel cycle policy issues. In 2004, Alex joined Energy Resources of Australia as the Environment Safety & Health Manager for the Ranger Uranium Mine and was transferred to Rio Tinto Australia’s head office in Melbourne in 2006 as Manager Energy and Sustainable Development for the Rio Tinto Energy Group. Since 2006, Alex held a number of roles in Rio Tinto Energy and Rio Tinto Coal Australia with a focus on energy and climate policy, energy efficiency, greenhouse gas management and product stewardship as applied to coal and uranium. During his time at Rio Tinto Alex developed and led the implementation of Rio Tinto Energy’s Product Stewardship Strategy and served on the boards of the Energy Policy Institute of Australia, Australian Coal Association Low Emissions Technology Ltd, the World Coal Association, and the Coal Industry Advisory Board to the International Energy Agency. Alex Joined the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute as General Manager – Asia Pacific in 2016.
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Mining Contamination Shock
 
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Environmentalists demand a halt to coal seam gas and gasification mining.
Investing in South Australia
 
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www.buyaustralianproperties.com.au South Australia: The South Australian economy is booming and currently has approximately $100 billion worth of major projects including government infrastructure upgrades, which have either started or are proposed to start shortly. The State also enjoys a Triple "A "credit rating awarded by international ratings agency Standard & Poor's which provides long term security for business and investment. South Australian businesses are some the most innovative in the whole nation and they invest strongly in research and development, providing many local jobs for the short & long term. With a massive wine industry driven by a Mediterranean climate, tourism is always strong and the wines are known around the globe for being the best in Australia. We also have massive growth and expansions in our mining sectors, defence and education system .With the emergence of clean and renewable technologies South Australia is positioned for a very prosperous future. The state provides excellent returns for property investors and has constantly over the past 20 years basically equalled Queensland, Melbourne and Sydney in Capital Growth figures. The investment by BHP to expand and spend $30 billion dollars on Olympic Dam shows the long term commitment and sustainability of the South Australian mining sector. Olympic Dam is the world's largest known reserve of Uranium encompassing about 40% of the world's known resource and providing huge export opportunities and profit. So with the future looking very bright for South Australia the investment potential is untapped, make a wise move and invest in property in Australia's most stable State now.
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Australia and the challenge of weapons of mass destruction
 
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For a hundred years, humans have had the capacity to attack each other with devastating chemical weapons. Seven decades ago, mankind unlocked the secret of the nuclear bomb. In the 21st century, we also fear biological attack, robotic drones and, increasingly, cyber warfare as potential weapons of mass destruction. Australia, like all nations, has an over-riding national interest in the development and enforcement of robust international regimes that restrict the creation, deployment and export of weapons of mass destruction. For decades, Australia has been a strong, dedicated contributor to the evolution of control regimes like the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the chemical and biological weapons conventions and the 2014 Arms Trade Treaty. In his 2015 John Gee Memorial Lecture, Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Varghese speaks about the critical work of arms control in the 21st century. Speaker Mr Varghese is the Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Prior to this appointment, Mr Varghese was Australia’s High Commissioner to India from 2009 to 2012. Between 2004 and 2009, he was Director-General of the Office of National Assessments. Before that he was the Senior Adviser (International) to the Prime Minister. Mr Varghese has held a wide range of senior positions in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Canberra, in Australia and overseas in key embassy posts. Mr Varghese was appointed an Officer in the Order of Australia (AO) in 2010 for distinguished service to public administration, particularly in leading reform in the Australian intelligence community and as an adviser in the areas of foreign policy and international security. He was awarded a Doctor of Letters honoris causa by the University of Queensland in July 2013 in recognition of his distinguished service to diplomacy and Australian public service. Chaired by: Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC FASSA, Chancellor of The Australian National University Dr John Gee AO served with distinction as an Australian diplomat in a number of countries. His greatest contribution, however, was in the field of disarmament, where he had a particular interest in chemical weapons. After a period as a Commissioner on the United Nations Special Commission on Iraq following the first Gulf War, he became Deputy Director-General of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague, serving there until 2003. In recognition of his achievements, Dr Gee was made a member of the Order of Australia in January 2007. Gee leaves behind a legacy and a memory of a great Australian. This Symposium is the 9th annual John Gee Memorial Lecture, previous speakers include The Hon. Malcolm Fraser, H.E. Mr Ahmet Üzümcü, Professor Ramesh Thakur and Professor Gareth Evans AC QC.
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Oceana Gold: Haile Operation
 
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Haile Gold Mine Operation by Oceana Gold
Why Coal is Bad
 
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Read Quarry Vision and High and Dry by Guy Pearse. A formal Liberal party spin doctor who got out of da game and layed serious written smack downs on mining propaganda. Also Beyond The Boom by the Lowy Institute - mwwwaaaa (kisses fingers in Italian pizza box guy fashion) Minefield and Big Coal are also INCREDIBLE! Less about the economics of coal though and more about the politics of it! Thanks for watching! FriendlyJordies Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/friendlyjordies Justin and Jordan's Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/justinandjordanofficial FriendlyJordies Twitter http://twitter.com/friendlyjordies FriendlyJordies Podcast http://friendlyjordies.podbean.com/ Podcast Link: http://friendlyjordies.podbean.com/
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Lost film of the street marches in  Queensland
 
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This is lost footage of street marches in Brisbane in 1977. The marches were organised by the CLCC and the anti-uranium movement in defiance of the ban on political street marches declared by the Qld government on 4 Sept 1977. The demonstrations shown occurred on 12 September, 22 September, and 22 October 1977. I can identify the people arrested and remember the circumstances of this struggle where over 3,000 people were arrested between 12 September 1977 and July 1979. It is the longest period of mass civil disobedience in Australian history. A number of these were shot by Marian and Leslie and various others carrying cumbersome equipment under threat of arrest unlike the mainstream media camera crews. For example there is a sequence right at the end of this clip shot by Marian and Leslie on the steps of King George Sq and the lines of marchers go down into the Albert Street (the valley of death) to be arrested by police -- that sequence was from the second defiant march in the city on 22 Sept 1977 after the street march ban by Bjelke-Petersen to stop the anti-uranium movement. Leslie and Joseph with about 11 others from the Civil Liberties Co-ordinating Committee had previously been arrested on 12 Sept 1977. On 12 Sept 1977 the women arrested were stripped searched in the police watchouse with male police in attendance. At a street march we organised on the 22 Sept 1977, Leslie returned with Marian with a port-a-pak and after some discussion with us about how to go about it, they shot the marchers filing into the street in a long row. Some footage was shot by Mick Fanning on 22 October 1977. This footage was included in a video If you don't fight you lose made by Leslie, Joseph and myself. [Pls Note: captions are available on this video by clicking settings and choosing CC] Ian Curr LeftPress 3 November 2013
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Vimy Resources - Uranium, cartels, fatigue, $75, frustration, converts, equities v spot
 
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This is the re-uploaded Vimy Resources interview with improved audio. Mike Young, CEO. (ASX: VMY) Vimy Resources, CEO says he feels in control because of what the Utilities told him. Find out what they said to him in this interview. He talks about his view on what Section.232 will do for the contract market and his views on US energy security and Russia. Plus what Cameco is going to do about Energy Fuels and UR Energy. And so much more insight and honest opinion. One of the best yet. Company page: https://www.vimyresources.com.au Make smarter investment decisions, subscribe here: https://www.cruxinvestor.com For FREE unbiased investment information, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin: https://twitter.com/cruxinvestor https://www.linkedin.com/company/crux-investor/ Take advantage, hear it here first: https://www.youtube.com/CRUXinvestor
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Malaysians protest against Australian rare earths plant
 
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A Malaysian group representing villagers and civil groups will file a legal challenge to the government's decision to approve a massive rare earths plant by Lynas, the Australian mining company . The Atomic Energy Licensing Board announced late on Wednesday it would grant Lynas a license to operate the first rare earths plant outside China in years, despite public protests over fears of radioactive pollution. It said Lynas must submit plans for a permanent disposal facility within 10 months and make a $50mn financial guarantee. Malaysia hopes the Lynas plant will spur growth. But the project has been the subject of heated protests over health and environmental risks posed by potential leaks of radioactive waste. Florence Looi reports from the eastern Malaysian city of Kuantan.
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"Olympic Dam Mega-Expansion Without Uranium" Report Launch
 
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On 13th December 2010, Greens SA Parliamentary Leader Mark Parnell MLC and Greens Senator Scott Ludlam launched the Report "Olympic Dam Mega-Expansion Without Uranium" by Monash University Academic Dr Gavin M Mudd. This report explodes the myth that uranium is central to the Olympic Dam mega-expansion.
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Technology Metals Australia persuing upside at Gabanintha beyond $1b+ PFS
 
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Technology Metals Australia (ASX:TMT) executive director Ian Prentice speaks to Proactive Investors about the company's milestone achievement of releasing a pre-feasibly study (PFS) 18 months after listing on the ASX. The company's flagship Gabanintha Vanadium Project in Western Australia has been developed at pace, with a "globally significant large resource" announced in March, which the freshly-released PFS assesses as having a net present value (NPV) of $1.27 billion, based on a 13-year mine life and discount rate of 10%. "A lot of engineering and a lot of detailed metallurgical work has gone into the study, and it's delivered a very technically-strong, financially-robust project... the study was only based on about 21 million tonnes of our overall 120 million tonne resource," says Prentice. The project also looks to be of a premium grade with relatively low costs of production.
Modi’s 5 Days Australia: He will Attend G20 Two-Days Summit also Meet with PM Tony Abbott
 
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Indian PM Narendra Modi lands in Brisbane on Friday for 5-day visit to Australia. Mr. Modi is expected to address the students of Queensland University of Technology today. In this visit, Indian PM will attend the G20 two-days summit from Nov 15, and will also meet Oz PM Tony Abbott and will discuss issues like uranium mining and others.
"Finding That Lottery Ticket Discovery!" - Joe Mazumdar, Exploration Insights
 
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During PDAC 2017, we had the opportunity to interview Joe Mazumdar of Exploration Insights. Joe Mazumdar is an economic geologist/analyst at Exploration Insights. Prior to that he was a senior mining analyst at Canaccord Genuity and Haywood Securities prior to that. His experience includes director of strategic planning, corporate development at Newmont and senior market analyst/trader at Phelps Dodge. Mazumdar also worked in technical roles for IAMGOLD in Ecuador, North Minerals in Argentina/Chile and Peru, RTZ Mining and Exploration in Argentina and MIM Exploration and Mining in Queensland, Australia, among others. Mazumdar has a Bachelor of Science in geology from the University of Alberta, a Master of Science in geology and mining from James Cook University and a Master of Science in mineral economics from the Colorado School of Mines. Fatal Flaw Report: https://www.explorationinsights.com/pebble.asp?relid=179826 Website: https://www.explorationinsights.com/
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John Smith, President and CEO, Silver Standard Resources
 
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Mr. Smith is our President and Chief Executive Officer and a member of our board of directors. He is responsible for our day to day operations as well as strategic planning and the raising of capital to fund our operations. We have employed Mr. Smith as our President since August 2010 and have entered into an employment agreement with him. Mr. Smith has over 30 years of varied experience in the resources industry. He started his career in the North Sea oil industry and spent the 18 years prior to joining Silver Standard with BHP Billiton, most recently as Vice President, Resourcing and Development, based in Melbourne, Australia. He has worked in various operational, strategic, M&A, and commercial roles within BHP Billiton, including over three years as CEO of the BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance, which operates one of the world's largest coal operations in the Bowen Basin of Queensland, consisting of nine mines, a port, and 4,000 employees. Under his leadership, four of the mines completed significant expansion projects, one new mine was brought into operation, and a tenth mine was developed to within a year of production. He has a BA, Commerce degree from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland, and an MBA from Aberdeen University (Distinction). Music from http://www.bensound.com
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"Cook & Mazumdar's Mining Outlook 2016" - PDAC 2016 Mining Snaps
 
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During PDAC 2016, we had the opportunity to interview Brent Cook and Joe Mazumdar of Exploration Insights. Brent Cook brings more than 30 years of experience to his role as a geologist, consultant and investment adviser. His knowledge spans all areas of the mining business, from the conceptual stage through detailed technical and financial modeling related to mine development and production. Cook's weekly Exploration Insights newsletter focuses on early discovery, high-reward opportunities, primarily among junior mining and exploration companies. Joe Mazumdar is an economic geologist/analyst at Exploration Insights. Prior to that he was a senior mining analyst at Canaccord Genuity and Haywood Securities prior to that. His experience includes director of strategic planning, corporate development at Newmont and senior market analyst/trader at Phelps Dodge. Mazumdar also worked in technical roles for IAMGOLD in Ecuador, North Minerals in Argentina/Chile and Peru, RTZ Mining and Exploration in Argentina and MIM Exploration and Mining in Queensland, Australia, among others. Mazumdar has a Bachelor of Science in geology from the University of Alberta, a Master of Science in geology and mining from James Cook University and a Master of Science in mineral economics from the Colorado School of Mines. Article: "What was it like, Dad?" https://www.explorationinsights.com/pebble.asp?relid=29900 Website: https://www.explorationinsights.com/
Views: 644 Minaurum Gold
Fallout from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant - Richard Broinowski
 
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Journalist, author, diplomat and Adjunct Professor from the University of Sydney, Richard Broinowski tells the story of the Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant disaster. His talk looks back to the development of the Nuclear Village in Japan, including General Electric and the American state's successful efforts to sell nuclear energy to Japan under the auspices of selling them energy self-sufficiency. Richard speaks Japanese, has lived in Japan and made many visits. He has thoroughly researched the incident and subsequent events and impacts. He is confident that Japan has, post-Fukushima, 'turned a corner' and notes that many Japanese prefectures are becoming less inclined to restart reactors in the wake of the Japanese people's diminishing faith in the technology and its various safeguards. Will we see Japan embrace renewable energy production with their famous reputation for innovation and stoicism? What does the Fukushima disaster mean for the future of the nuclear power industry beyond Japanese shores? What of the Australian uranium mining industry, and its commercial viability? Richard Broinowski gave this public lecture in the Hawke Centre at the University of South Australia in February of 2012, ahead of the release of his forthcoming book on the subject.
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Blue Sky Mining by Adrian Turner
 
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Interview with Adrian Turner about his new book Blue Sky Mining. Order the book at http://www.blueskyminingbook.com About the book Blue Sky Mining: Blue Sky Mining is a "confronting and compelling" book that demystifies the underlying structures and principles that make Silicon Valley so successful in repeatedly spawning new billion dollar industries. Written from the perspective of an Australian entrepreneur who has spent the last 12 years there, the book explains why innovation has been and will always be the most important unit of economic growth. With this baseline, Blue Sky Mining contrasts Silicon Valley with Australia's commercialisation ecosystem, concluding that Australia's is on the brink of collapse with devastating consequences. Blue Sky Mining is written for government, universities, financiers, entrepreneurs, established business owners looking to expand into new markets and anyone interested in understanding why Silicon Valley has been so successful in creating new industries and commercializing innovation over decades. For entrepreneurs or business leaders competing with Silicon Valley-based startups and companies, it's also a window into what gives them their competitive edge. It's written for Australia and Australians, but innovation ecosystem stakeholders and entrepreneurs in other parts of the US and the world will also gain a lot from the book. Order the book at http://www.blueskyminingbook.com
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EVERYTHING Australia
 
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OH my~ this took a long time. Talk about it here: https://redd.it/apewgo https://www.twitter.com/brain4breakfast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUoW72_1nRhkUM0EavUBgYg/ --- Rights things 35 - Waltzing Matilda by Jackson Parodi Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cvub3PHVIFs Waltzing Matilda (Instrumental Ukulele Cover) Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNWQrv014ts Bushfire in Queensland by DooMMasteR (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uRg4-gthV0) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Attribution 2.0 license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/uk/ Flinders Island by cheapskiboy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY1aQt1iAuM) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Attribution 2.0 license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/uk/ Un echidna australiano en Byron Bay by AUssieYouTOO. com (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKCslFX97oA) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Attribution 2.0 license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/uk/ Flying the Drone around Copacabana Beach, Australia by Johnny Xmas (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9o4eetyKuq8) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Attribution 2.0 license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/uk/ https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Flinders_and_Baudin%27s_race_to_map_Australia.ogv - This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en Sailors Lament by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Gauthier Aubé Didgeridoo 2 @ViaYoga Switzerland by NomadApe (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oqNmAgFOrY) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Attribution 2.0 license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/uk/ Fiddles McGinty Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ So long, and thanks for all the fish.
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Parag Shirnamé -'India Could Soon Become A Strong Trade Partner For Queensland '
 
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Parag Shirnamé, Queensland Trade & Investment Commissioner to South Asia speaks to Businessworld's Moyna Manku. He was in Delhi recently to introduce potential, strategy and compatibility of trade between India and Queensland Australia. in New Delhi on Friday, 29th August. Setting a tone to the impending visit of the Australian Premier, Tony Abbott to India later in September, Shirnamé highlights the key sectors like mining, energy, infrastructure and resources crucial for both Australia and India. India is Australia's 5th largest export market and could soon become a stronger trade partner. Credits: Editing - Vijay Shankar, Camera - Ratnesh Singh, Head Video Editorial – Sapna Bhardwaj
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Fukushima news; NUCLEAR ENERGY including NuScale SMR’$ ARE, is THE Dirtiest DEADLY ENERGY IN HISTORY
 
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https://www.deseretnews.com/article/865619852/Former-Utah-Speaker-of-the-House-dies-from-rare-brain-disease.html https://www.gofundme.com/sdc76s kevin D. blanch Ph.D AML LEUKEMIA VICTIM ;; UTAH we don’t make NUCLEAR energy here in UTAH ;; WE Just Die Of CANCER from its DEADLY WASTE;; kevin D. Blanch Ph.D. 7 th Generation UTAHAN Aml Leukemia victim given 2 MThs to live 89 MThs ago, the GREATEST FIGHT in Human history, the fight against the NUCLEAR imperialism energy Crime syndicate mass murders;; March 3 2019 ;; https://www.enviroreporter.com/2018/11/smoke-screen-woolsey-fire-contamination-cover-up/?fbclid=IwAR3UbMF8LWQuNEmy3LUOQo1_GbITmjZRYUruGgsGGfv3HpvUFVlU70qlAgA https://www.hjnews.com/news/education/washington-policymaker-discusses-nuclear-energy-at-usu/article_56ef65cc-349e-5870-862f-0bbda354cc7e.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share&fbclid=IwAR3UA83awgvQzyjvYLE9pVQStaEz5-wkMnyCZ7pjB5W814wBhuqC1CPn23g Stericycle https://www.sltrib.com/news/environment/2017/09/01/medical-waste-burning-plant-stericycle-inc-will-move-to-a-more-rural-area-of-utah/
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Beyond Borders Careers Seminar - Paul Dunn, CFO – University of Newcastle
 
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Paul Dunn joined the University after a 30-year career at BHP Billiton, where he undertook a number of senior finance leadership roles. The roles include Finance Lead on the 1SAP project in Singapore, Vice-President Finance at BHP Billiton Uranium Business, Vice-President Finance at BHP Billiton Olympic Dam in South Australia and Manager Finance at the Cannington mine in North Queensland. Paul has a strong track record of achievement in large project management and implementation, including leading the largest Finance SAP release ever undertaken. Among his many achievements, Paul facilitated major changes to the forecasting and budgeting process within BHP Minerals, including the move to continuous quarterly forecasting and a large-scale systems change within the organisation. In the 9 months Paul has been in his role of Chief Financial Officer with the University of Newcastle, he has led the a realignment of the Financial Services function. He has recruited a number of senior staff who have been responsible for putting in place a Long Term Financial Plan for the University, and numerous improvement initiatives that are currently in place or in progress.
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Australian envoy hopeful of beginning Uranium supply to India soon- ANI News
 
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New Delhi/ Tamil Nadu, June 02 (ANI): Australian High Commissioner to India, Harinder Sidhu, said that his government was hopeful of starting supply of uranium to India soon. India and Australia initiated discussions on the Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement in 2012, after the latter removed its ban on selling uranium to India. The nuclear deal is a step toward India achieving international acceptability for its nuclear programme despite not ratifying the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, and follows similar agreements with the United States and France. Sidhu said with the civil nuclear agreement between both countries in place, there is "active engagement underway" to complete the formalities of commercial shipment of the fuel. India will be the first country outside of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty's scope to have bought uranium from Australia. India currently has nuclear energy agreements with 11 countries and imports uranium from France, Russia and Kazakhstan. Sidhu said her government was "very supportive" of India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ☛ Visit our Official website: http://www.aninews.in/ ☛ Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - https://goo.gl/E7Fprx Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛Follow us : https://twitter.com/ani_news ☛ Circle us : https://goo.gl/QN5kXy
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Solar Japan Fukushima News Daiichi Australia Reactors Professor Radioactive No. Fuel Pool May Way
 
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http://NukeNe.ws Professor Hayakawa: We have to surmise that the radiation may have spread to Osaka | Polls show massive opposition to restarting San Onofre nuclear reactors | Turning point for American Centrifuge | COME TO THE CLEARWATER FESTIVAL JULY 16-17 | Plans advance for US reactors in India | Professor: Radioactive black soil on Japan's west coast is only from Fukushima Daiichi | Asahi reports on highly radioactive mysterious bacteria around Japan — Children touching it, baby strollers nearby — Gov't claims "no immediate effects on human health" | Fukushima prefecture requested Hirosaki university to stop internal exposure test | "What is the U.S. gov't waiting for?": Japan will not act; U.S. must address threat of No. 4 fuel pool | Third PA Wind Farm Cancelled Amidst Tax Credit Uncertainty | The Farce to Restart Ooi Nuke Plant Proceeds, All-Clear Expected on June 15 | Nuclear Expert: No. 4 fuel pool may have 5 times more cesium-137 than estimated — Either way, all of Japan would be an evacuation zone | Fukushima Residents Ask for Criminal Charges Against Tepco Execs | Nigel Farage: "Euro Titamic Hit the Iceberg and There Aren't Enough Lifeboats" | Nuclear News Highlights of the Past Week | Middle East nations to go for solar energy in a big way | Solar power the leader in rising renewable energy investment | Fukushima Daiichi - a global disaster still only in its infancy | The deep underground disposal of nuclear wastes | A positive book for our planet - "Loving This Planet" | USA poliarised on political party views on energy | While Japan's govt and media focus on nuclear restart, Fukushima plant remains critical | Drones to monitor Japan's ionising radiation. | Local Japanese Official's Headline: "Please Diffuse! Are we the Guinea pigs after all?" | Dirty work at the crossroads - how the NRC got rid of Gregory Jaczko | Reuters: A Nuclear Power TimeLine | Riverkeeper Predicts Indian Point Will Not be Relicensed | The week in nuclear news - Australia | Demand for solar PV can only grow in Australia: get used to it! | Queensland Premier Newman will retain Queensland's ban on uranium mining | Big Solar is NOT more beautiful than Small Solar energy | First solar shares jump with news of large solar projects | Albert Einstein's Warning and the Ominous Fate of Fukushima Daiichi | Global solar power investment up 52% in 2011 - Australia has great opportunity | Inspirational New Book - "Loving This http://NukeNe.ws/Contributors Audio: http://soundaudiomusic.com
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Antifa + Anarchy Down Under: Andy Fleming of SlackBastard
 
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Antifa + Anarchy Down Under: Andy Fleming of SlackBastard This week, we’re sharing a recent conversation with Andy Fleming. Andy is an anarchist and anti-racist organizer based out of Melbourne, Australia. For the episode, Andy tells us about his research into far right organizing in Australia and, to a lesser degree, Aotearoa (aka New Zealand), who key players are, what tendencies are present and their influence in popular and political culture. We also speak about the resistance to the far right, Australia’s immigration policies, Settler-Colonial status, cultural context for far right organizing in Australia and a bit about government counterinsurgency-style repression of radical left, ecological and indigenous movements in Australasia. [Sean Swain starts at 3min 17sec, Andy Fleming at 10min 07sec + Announcements at 1hr 34min 21sec] We apologize for the audio quality on this chat, we had connection issues consistently and upping the quality of the sound is a thing we’re striving for. If you are listening to the radio edition of this episode, you should REALLY check out the podcast version for extra chat and some musical suggestions from Andy. Archives of Andy’s writings can be found dating back over 15 years at SlackBastard.AnarchoBase.com, and his commentaries on the far left and the far right in Australia are well worth reading. Andy also contributes to the SUWA radio show on 3CR on the 4th Fridays (good luck finding archives of the emission, you may just have to listen within a week of the broadcast). You ca also find Andy on twitter and fedbook and he just started up a patreon where you can support his research and commentary. Here’s a link to the Oxford University Press book containing his essay “The Far Right in Australia”. A question I’d meant to ask but because of time differences and it being 1am my time by the time we stopped talking I forgot to ask was about his ideas on Antifa as an anarchist and the need to go beyond Antifascist organizing, the internal limitations of a lack of a positive program. Turns out Andy wrote about this topic in an article called “Antifa is liberalism, feminism is cancer, and I’m a monkey’s uncle.” Announcements BRABC Letter Writing If you’re in Asheville, Blue Ridge Anarchist Black Cross and Companeros Inmigrantes en las Montanas en Accion (or CIMA) invite you to join us for letter writing at 5pm, Sunday May 5, Cinco de Mayo. We’ll be writing letters to support the parole campaign for Jalil Muntaqim and to Joseph “Shine White” Stewart who’se faced repression for speaking out. CIMA will also about HB370, a North Carolina law heading across the desk of Gov. Cooper for a final approval or veto that would re-deputize local law enforcement as ICE or immigration agents. CIMA’s going to help us write letters to express our opposition to cops acting as Migra in the racist internatlization of the border that is ripping apart our families and communities in this state and across the country. This is 5-7pm today! Misremembering the Shoah The band psych-rock band Trupa Trupa from Gdansk, Poland, helped the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation produce an hour long audio documentary about the un-remembering of the first Nazi death camp of the Shoah (or Holocaust), called Stutthoff. This work is worth a listen and contemplation as lead singer Grzegorz Kwiatkowski as lead singer of the band points out many places face a mis-remembering of inconvenient history and a rise of right populism that seeks to white wash what came before. There is a link in our show notes to the CBC piece entitled “The Invisible Shoes of Stutthof Concentration Camp”. Never Forget. external links: Fight Dem Back Campaign Against Racism and Fascism Raids and repression in Urewera in 2007 The Day The Raids Came (2010) Operation 8: Deep Into The Forest (2011) Musical selections (usually we'd just stick them in the playlist, but Andy sent us videos!) Lynton Kwesi Johnson – Fite Dem Back Last Quokka – Nazi Scum A.B. Original – January 26th (feat. Dan Sultan) Inner Terrestrials – No Pasaran! From an as-yet-unreleased album playlist pending
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CAREERS IN ENGINEERING – Aeronautical,Civil,AIEEE,JEE,Institutions,Job Opportunities,Salary Package
 
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CAREERS IN ENGINEERING.Go through the career opportunities of ENGINEERING, Govt jobs and Employment News channel from Freshersworld.com – The No.1 job portal for freshers in India. Visit http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube for detailed Career information,Job Opportunities,Education details of ENGINEERING. Engineering deals with the application of scientific, economic, social, and practical knowledge. It’s the art to bring something about. It invents, design, build, maintain, research, and improve structures of various things. It concerns with the machines, equipments, buildings, constructions etc. It’s a vast field with ample of opportunities in it. To enter the vast sphere of engineering one needs to have cleared his 12th std. board exam in the science stream with Physics, Chemistry and Math as compulsory subjects. Other than this you have to appear for various entrance exam like AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance exam), JEE Main (Join Entrance exam), IIT-JEE (Indian Institute of technology Joint Entrance exam) etc to start the graduation in the field of Engineering. One can start its career in engineering by opting for bachelor degree. There are plenty of types of engineering one can opt as a career. One can go for engineering in: • Acoustic Engineering • Aerospace Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering • Automobiles Engineering • Agricultural Engineering • Civil Engineering • Computer Engineering • Electrical Engineering • Electronics Engineering • Industrial Engineering • Marine Engineering • Materials Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Nuclear Engineering • Petroleum Engineering etc For higher studies after the graduation one can opt for M.Tech or M.E. in the same field as in bachelors to get more specialization in the field or one can opt for MBA after bachelors. MBA provides an opportunity to get a management degree opening a scope of management with technology and making the future brighter. There is high scope of doing Engineering course from abroad. One, who dreams to settle in foreign, has high chance in engineering to fulfill his dreams. Some of the top institutes providing undergraduate and post graduate courses in engineering in India are: 1. IIT, Kharagpur 2. VIT university, Chennai 3. IIT, Delhi 4. Thappar University, Patiala 5. Punjab Engineering college university of technology, Chandigarh 6. NIT, Waranangal One can go for studies in abroad too. Many Universities provide valuable degree to make an establishing career. Some of the top universities in foreign are: 1. MIT, US 2. University of Cambridge, UK 3. École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland 4. University of Toronto, Canada 5. University of Melbourne, Australia 6. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 7. University of Minnesota, US 8. University of Queensland Australia, Australia 9. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany 10. KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden In today’s era with the high development of IT world, next 5years have high scope for engineering in IT. This is most lucrative field to make in the career in future. Other than this, demand for Mechanical engineers is also on heights in many companies. Companies like: Ford, Honda, Toyota, Bajaj etc are also hiring automobile engineers to bring out better in the market. GE India technology centre’s also hires students with aerospace, Computer and science, chemical engineering. IP, Indian plant also need engineers for maintenance from the, civil, mechanical and electrical. Being an engineer can get you the starting pay of 25000 pm even if you’re just an average engineer. With the experience and your quality of work you can get the pay up to 2.5lakhs pm. Engineering gives you an easy going career with a future consistency and security. You can opt any of the trade you’re interested to work in and enjoy your work with a good pay in your hands. There is no limit to work in this field and more you work hard more you grow. For more jobs & career information and daily job alerts, subscribe to our channel and support us. You can also install our Mobile app for govt jobs for getting regular notifications on your mobile. Freshersworld.com is the No.1 job portal for freshers jobs in India. Check Out website for more Jobs & Careers. http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube - - ***Disclaimer: This is just a career guidance video for fresher candidates. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective companies. The career and job information mentioned are an indicative generalised information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect recruitment process of the respective companies.
Professor Stephen Dovers: Canberra as national experiment and laboratory for sustainable development
 
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Professor Stephen Dovers of the ANU College of Medicine, Biology & the Environment gives this seminar entitled: Canberra as national experiment and laboratory for sustainable development at The Australian National University on 21 May 2012 This seminar was part of the Canberra Urban Regional Futures Seminar Series. This lecture invites consideration of identifying Canberra not only as national capital but also as a nationally recognised experiment and laboratory for the ecologically sustainable and humanly desirable development of Australia settlements and landscapes.
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ABN Newswire Video Report March 2, 2011: Queensland Bauxite (ASX:QBL)
 
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Queensland Bauxite Limited (ASX:QBL) announced that Queensland Department of Mines and Energy has accepted the Company's applications for an additional eight exploration licenses within the East Australian Bauxite Province. QBL will now hold 32 exploration licenses in Queensland for a combined bauxite prospective landholding of over 7,180km2, a 31% increase in the previously announced 5,466km2 landholding. The Company intends to conduct studies to determine the extent of gibbsite mineralisation over these new tenements. Neon Energy Limited (ASX:NEN) said that the farm-out assignments to Kris Energy Limited in Block 120 and Block 105 are approved by the Vietnamese Prime Minister. Block 105 is estimated to have the potential to contain several trillion cubic feet of gas and Block 120 is estimated to have a combined prospective resource in excess of a billion barrels of oil. Exploration drilling on Block 120 is planned in Q2 2011 and Block 105 in early 2012. AusNiCo Limited (ASX:ANW) announced further shallow, high grade gold-copper and nickel intersections over 1% nickel at its Pembroke Prospect in Queensland. Pembroke forms a small anomalous area on the southern side of the extensive 4 square km Mt Cobalt target, which is characterised by extensive soil anomalies over 4,000ppm nickel and 500ppm cobalt. Metallurgical tests has commenced to determine nickel content and drilling is continuing at Pembroke to the east. Havilah Resources Limited (ASX:HAV) said today that recent drilling at the Maldorky iron ore project has considerably expanded the area of potentially economic iron ore. Drilling intersected up to 139m thickness of ore. Data suggested that the geometry of the iron formation is exceptionally favourable for a low cost open pit mining operation.
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bauxite mining in kenya
 
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More Details : http://wwa.stonecrushersolution.org/solutions/solutions.html Mining in Kenya - Overview - MBendiOct 10, 2016 . A profile of Mining in Kenya with directories of companies, people, industry sectors, projects, facilities, news and events.Mines - India in BusinessNALCO was incorporated in 1981 and is Asia's largest integrated alumina- aluminium complex, comprising bauxite mining, alumina refining, aluminium smelting.Mining in Kenya the start of a new era? - Mayer Brownmining projects, Kwale mineral sands project and. Kilimapesa gold mine, have put Kenyan mining on the global map. Both mines are of great national signifi-.Mining in AFRICA towards 2020 - KPMGreserve worldwide for bauxite (the main source of aluminium), .. Furthermore, Kenya's first ever .. Kenya's output from the Kwale mineral sands mine at the.Summary of the Massive Online Return to Work/Alumni Impact Event .Aug 7, 2015 . At the University of Southeastern Philippines, mining rehabilitation topics are being . mined land rehabilitation monitoring techniques for a bauxite mine. . and Mining (CSRM), at The University of Queensland and Kenya.Kenya's mining sector shows promise but shifting regulations .Feb 18, 2014 . A nascent mining industry is forming in Kenya, with the first large-scale mining project expected to begin exports this month, although a spate of.Geoscientists to map toxicity of abandoned African mines - UnescoGeoscientists to map toxicity of abandoned African mines. A team of 50 . (Kenya), with US$237,000 in funding from the swedish . bauxite and 16% of uranium.Maximising the positive socio-economic impact of mineral . - EBRD3.1 Impact of Mine Size and Mine Vintage on the Regional Economic Stimulus 14. 3.2 How Jamaica and Guyana to seek greater control of bauxite mining.Mining for Long-term Change in Guinea - IFCBut IFC's commitment to expand the Sangarédi bauxite minethe fifth largest in the . Guinea's mining industry plays an important role in the national economy, contributing about 25 . Kenya's Tea Farmers Taste the Benefits of Hydropower.Gender Mainstreaming in Mining: Experiences across Countries.This paper is part of an ongoing project titled "Bauxite Mining in Koraput Region of. Orissa: A .. that force women into mining in Western Kenya. Though jobs in.9. Mining or industrialization specialization?Bauxite processing and aluminium production in Africa . In 1974, Third World mining countries were processing one-third of their mineral output, that is, .. Mauritania, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Zambia and Kenya have simply been abandoned.Mineral industry of Africa - WikipediaThe mineral industry of Africa is the largest mineral industries in the world. Africa is the second .. Kenya was the only African producer of secondary refined aluminium. . The reopening of the Sierra Mineral Holdings bauxite mine in 2006 and the restart of mining in the Kambia District in 2010 could increase Sierra Leone's.mining in africa - DLA Piperor are working on new mining laws that seek to encourage investment. .. CONGO. NAMIBIA. ZIMBABwE. MOZAMBIQUE. KENYA. EThIOPIA. SUDAN. UGANDA.Importance of Mining for Australia and Kenya - Australian High .Rather I will be enthusiastically plugging Australia's mining industry and . conversion of bauxite into alumina and aluminium, and iron ore into iron and steel.Tanzania: Bauxite Mining Losing Ground Rapidly - allAfricaAug 4, 2013 . Tanzania: Bauxite Mining Losing Ground Rapidly . in Tanzania to Kenya's Taita Hills is globally recognised as a biodiversity hotspot because.Tanzania: Bauxite Mining Losing Ground Rapidly - allAfricaAug 4, 2013 . Tanzania: Bauxite Mining Losing Ground Rapidly . in Tanzania to Kenya's Taita Hills is globally recognised as a biodiversity hotspot because.Mining in AFRICA towards 2020 - KPMGreserve worldwide for bauxite (the main source of aluminium), .. Furthermore, Kenya's first ever .. Kenya's output from the Kwale mineral sands mine at the.Bauxite mines in Andhra Pradesh draw tribals' ire - Down To EarthTribal residents of Visakhapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh, are preparing to protest a proposed smelting project that will affect five villages in the district.IRIN Winners and losers in Guinea's bauxite industryJun 9, 2008 . With half of the world's known bauxite reserves, Guinea's mining sector is seen as the country's most important engine of growth. But some civil.Africa - Simmons & SimmonsSimmons & Simmons has been operating in Africa for over 20 years. We advise on a huge v
Queensland Premier, Campbell Newman Changes State Civil Union Laws
 
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The Premier is changing the civil union laws so same sex couples won't be able to have ceremonies that he says mimick marriage. Cathy Border reports they can still register their union. Ten News Queensland 12 June 2012
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Urbanisation Panel: AFF 2014 Day 2 Highlights
 
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The challenges and opportunities posed by rapid urbanisation formed the basis of a panel on day 2 of the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong. The discussion included business leaders from Hong Kong, India, Thailand and the Chinese mainland. Website: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com AFF session summaries in text form: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com/en/info_summaries.htm
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If U Dont Fight U lose
 
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The video you see was shot and edited under difficult circumstances over 35 years ago, after the Queensland state election in 1977. It was compiled by the CLCC Media Committee. Apologies for the lack of picture clarity and dropout during this video. We wish to give special thanks to Peter Gray and Elizabeth Alvey at the Fryer Library for helping recover this video from the National Film and Sound Archive. There is an original sequence shot in this film by Michael Fanning with 16mm B&W film on 22 October 1977. Unfortunately the picture quality is dark and it is difficult to make out the desperate and fearful attempt by the young street marcher to avoid arrest by Qld police - a common occurrence in those days. 'If you don't fight you lose' tells the story of the democratic rights struggle from Aug till Christmas 1977 during the export of uranium and ban on street marches imposed by the Bjelke-Petersen government. It shows the resistance to the export of Uranium from Hamilton No 4 wharf in Brisbane and the thousands of arrests that followed in Brisbane. This video tells the story of the democratic rights struggle from August until Christmas 1977 during the export of uranium and ban on street marches imposed by the Bjelke-Petersen government. It shows the resistance to the export of Uranium from Hamilton No 4 wharf in Brisbane and the thousands of arrests that followed in the four months that followed. The documentary was produced by the Media Committee of the Queensland Democratic Rights group (Leslie Mannison, Joseph Monsour and Ian Curr). Like the video 'If u don't fight u lose' the leaflet If_You_Dont_Fight_You_Lose was inspired by the Redgum song of the same name. However the video reflects the attitude of defiance that existed at the time on the streets and especially within the Civil Liberties Co-ordinating Committee that organised the marches in 1977-79. This was the longest period of mass defiance in Australian history (with the exception of the Aboriginal Struggle 1788 - ) It was edited at the Griffith University film unit in late 1977. It was first screened publicly in early 1978. We wish to acknowledge the people who participated in making this video. It was shot on Toorubul and Jagera Land, sovereignty never ceded. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land. Songs included in this video are by Pete Seeger - We shall not be moved and Pete Seeger - "Solidarity Forever." Ian Curr LeftPress October 2013
MPower Video
 
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MPower is the leading provider of innovative and dependable power solutions in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. The MPower Group of companies consists of MPower Projects Pty Ltd, MPower Products Pty Ltd, MPower Pacific Ltd and MPower Solar Systems Pty Ltd. With a history that extends over 100 years, MPower provides a diverse range of power solutions and products for every purpose. We deliver a vast range of products and solutions to an equally diverse customer base in the green energy, domestic, commercial, oil & gas, industrial, utilities, defence and mining sectors. Our Solutions encompass power generation, power storage, backup power and power conversion.
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Discover CuDECO The New Force in Copper
 
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"There is something very big under there." Hear from CuDECO Chairman Wayne McCrae, Site Senior Executive Peter Hutchison and Senior Exploration Geologist Matt Healy. See evidence of their exploration, the drilling methods, geology and scope of the Rocklands Group Copper Project -- a truly exciting discovery.
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Getting gas right: Australia's energy challenge
 
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The global gas revolution is poised to significantly raise bills for Australian households and some gas-using businesses, but government should resist calls to protect domestic households and businesses from high gas prices. Getting gas right: Australia's energy challenge finds that development of Australia's liquefied natural gas export industry, which could be the world's largest by the end of the decade, could lead to price rises for households of up to $170 a year. For years local prices have been low by world standards, but when suppliers can get a higher price exporting than on the domestic market, the domestic price will rise to the export level. The change will not be popular, especially when electricity prices have also been rising, but it is a natural consequence of an evolving market. Calls for a moratorium on new LNG developments or the reservation of a proportion of gas for domestic consumption are pleas for protectionism. They will lead to distorted price signals, inefficient industries, lower investment and, ultimately, higher prices. The report examines the creation of an east coast gas export market -- which will join with Western Australian exports to produce an estimated $50 billion-a-year industry by 2017 — and Australia's role in a gas revolution created by surging demand in Asia and new discoveries of shale gas in the United States. The report also examines Australia's possible shortage of supply, arguing that government must resolve the impasse over coal seam gas in New South Wales, while industry must ensure that enough infrastructure is built to ensure that gas flows. Governments should also move to create a more transparent and competitive market by accelerating the development of gas trading hubs, introducing a published price index, freeing up trading in pipeline capacity and more tightly constraining joint marketing arrangements by gas producers. For three decades, Australia has thrived from opening trade and removing protection. It should not turn the other way now.
Views: 223 Grattan Institute