Coal Tenure Regulation in the Northern Territory

Thank you for your letter of 27th May and the opportunity to make comment on the above draft discussion paper. We have reviewed your discussion paper and have incorporated our initial feedback which is general in nature and assumes that the Department of Resources will continue to consult with all key stakeholders, including Minerals Council of Australia NT Division (MCA-NT), as your views crystallise.

MCA Indigenous Pre-Employment Program

The Minerals Council of Australia ? NT Division today launched its 2011 Indigenous Pre-Employment Program at Parliament House in Darwin. The launch was hosted by the Minister for Primary Industries, Fisheries and Resources, Kon Vatskalis and attended by approximately 55 members of industry and government, including many of the 20 new trainees who will commence their pre-employment program at Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education tomorrow.

Xenophobia and flawed projections behind Greens mining report

Today?s xenophobic report by the Greens on the globalised nature of Australia?s mining industry relies on flawed projections to make a crude case for punitive new taxes on the minerals sector. All Australians have real ownership in Australia?s minerals industry and real equity in its economic prosperity. Millions of Australians share in the wealth generated by Australian mining operations either as:

Draft OHS Harmonisation Provisions Infringement Notices, Enforceable Undertakings and Notices

Thank you for your briefing on 10th June and the opportunity to make comment on the above draft provisions. I apologise for the delay in getting our comments to you by the agreed date. The Minerals Council of Australia represents Australia?s exploration, mining and minerals processing industry, nationally and internationally, in its contribution to sustainable development and society. MCA?s member companies produce more than 85 percent of Australia?s annual mineral output.

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