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Australia mining company sorry for losing radioactive device

Metro USA 30 Jan 2023
PERTH, Australia (AP) — A mining corporation apologized for losing a highly radioactive capsule over a 1,400-kilometer (870-mile) stretch of Western Australia, as authorities combed parts of the road looking for the tiny but dangerous substance ... Western Australia emergency ...
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Radioactive capsule missing in Australia, mining giant says 'sorry'; Probe ordered

International Business Times 30 Jan 2023
Mining giant Rio Tinto has apologised for losing a highly radioactive capsule in the state of Western Australia (WA) and launched an investigation over the incident, while a search operation is also currently underway. "We are taking this incident very seriously ... Radioactive capsule missing in Australia, mining giant says 'sorry'; Probe ordered ... .
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Berenice Owen-Jones: Celebrating Australia-Ghana partnership on Australia Day

Joy Online 30 Jan 2023
Our commercial links are also significant, underpinned by Australia’s investment in in the mining sector ... These scholars were able to tap into Australia’s leading-edge expertise in fields such as public policy, health, agricultural technologies, renewable energy and mining, and ...
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Australian emergency employees are walking 870 miles looking for tiny capsule that fell from truck

Democratic Underground 30 Jan 2023
https.//www.cnn.com/2023/01/28/australia/radioactive-capsule-missing-western-australia-intl/index.html ... A tiny radioactive capsule with the potential to cause skin burns has gone missing as it was transported from a mine in Western Australia ... [...] The radioactive gauges are often used in the mining industry.
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Search and scare: A tiny radioactive capsule lost on Australian desert highway

Hindustan Times 30 Jan 2023
Australian mining giant Rio Tinto Ltd apologised for the loss of a tiny radioactive capsule owing to which a radiation alert has been issued across a state in Western Australia ... two ancient and sacred rock shelters in the Pilbara region of Western Australia for an iron ore mine.
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Mining group Rio Tinto apologises for losing radioactive capsule in Western Australia

France24 30 Jan 2023
The mining giant Rio Tinto has apologised after losing a radioactive capsule in Western Australia ... in Australia.
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Rio Tinto sorry for losing highly radioactive device in Australia

Toronto Sun 30 Jan 2023
PERTH, Australia — A mining corporation apologized for losing a highly radioactive capsule over a 1,400-kilometre stretch of Western Australia, as authorities combed parts of the road looking for the tiny but dangerous substance ... a desert mine site and the city of Perth on Jan.
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Rio Tinto apologizes for loss of tiny radioactive capsule in Australian outback

Asahi News 30 Jan 2023
apologized on Monday for the loss of a tiny radioactive capsule that has sparked a radiation alert across parts of the vast state of Western Australia ... The incident is another headache for the mining giant following its 2020 destruction of two ancient and sacred rock shelters in the Pilbara region of Western Australia for an iron ore mine.
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Rio Tinto apologises for loss of tiny radioactive capsule in Australian outback

RTE 30 Jan 2023
Rio Tinto has apologised for the loss of a tiny radioactive capsule that has sparked a radiation alert across parts of the vast state of Western Australia ... The incident is another headache for the mining giant following its 2020 destruction of two ancient and sacred rock shelters in the Pilbara region of Western Australia for an iron ore mine.
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Meridian Announces Management Changes; Grant of Stock Options

Eagle-Tribune 30 Jan 2023
... and Metals Group, OZ Minerals Limited, Zinifex Limited, Pasminco Limited and Conzinc Rio Tinto of Australia, including 15 years of leadership overseeing the de-risking and advancement of numerous mining projects from early-stage exploration through start-up and operations.
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Citrus County Chronicle 30 Jan 2023
AUSTRALIA MINING COMPANY SORRY FOR LOSING RADIOACTIVE DEVICE. PERTH, Australia (AP) - A mining corporation has apologized for losing a highly radioactive capsule over a 870-mile stretch of Western Australia ... It’s believed to have fallen off a truck while being transported between a desert mine site and the city of Perth on Jan.
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The Impact of Autonomous Tech on Peacetime Naval Missions

The Maritime Executive 30 Jan 2023
This week, Australia revealed that it would spend up to $700 million acquiring high-tech sea mines. The last time Australia invested in naval mines was during the Vietnam War. According to the Defense Department, acquisition of the smart sea mines would help Australia deter China ...
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Federal News Radio 30 Jan 2023
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Mt Morgans on track to end in March

Mining Weekly 30 Jan 2023
Production from the Mt Morgans gold mine, in Western Australia, is on track to cease at the ...
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Rio Tinto apologises after radioactive capsule lost in Australia

FX Empire 30 Jan 2023
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Rio Tinto Ltd’s iron ore division chief Simon Trott apologised on Monday after a contractor hired by the mining giant lost a radioactive capsule in transit in Western Australia which sparked a radiation alert across parts of the state ... Gudai-Darri mine site.

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