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Read the latest news about the 2020 Queensland Mining Awards.

And the QMA 2022 Winners Are…

Small business SoilCyclers has been named the Queensland Mining Contractor/Supplier of the Year for 2022, at a sold-out black-tie gala held in Mackay as part of the Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition. The 2022 Awards recognised Queensland’s best and brightest resources contractors, suppliers and producers, with peer-judged awards presented over eight hotly contested categories. SoilCyclers …

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2022 Finalists Announced

With just over three weeks to go until the Queensland mining industry comes together for its biennial night of nights, the finalists of the 2022 Queensland Mining Awards have been revealed. It’s the most diverse finalist line-up ever, with over 50 entries across 8 categories. Winners of each category and the Queensland Mining Contractor of …

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Entries Extended!

Been working on your Queensland Mining Awards entry but just haven’t got the time to finish it yet due to all of the short weeks? There’s good news – we’ve extended entries for one week only. The new Awards deadline is now 5pm, Friday 6 May. If you’re planning to submit an entry, click here to …

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Two Weeks Left To Enter

There are just two weeks left to enter the 2022 Queensland Mining Awards. But why should a business enter? 2020 Mining Contractor of the Year, Gas Field Services, says it’s a simple process with a significant return on investment.   Gas Field Services Director Stephen Burt was on hand to accept the company’s Queensland Mining …

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Hot Tips For A Great Award Entry

Telling your story is probably easier over dinner with friends. But the rewards of writing it down and hitting ‘submit’ in the Queensland Mining Awards online submission site go far beyond ‘well done, mate, pass the salt’. You’ve got until Friday 29 April to answer the five questions that will tell the judging panel how …

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Judging Panel Announced

The Queensland Mining Awards, celebrating their eighth year, are known for the in-depth expertise of the judging panel. The 2022 Awards are now open for entries, with the judging panel announced today. Every entry in the Queensland Mining Awards comes under the scrutiny of peer judges. Entries covering all aspects of the resources sector are …

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Entries Open!

Submissions are now open for the 2022 Queensland Mining Awards. The Awards, now in their 8th year, celebrate outstanding projects, initiatives, operators and suppliers in the state’s resources industry. Hosted by the Bowen Basin Mining Club in partnership with the Queensland Resources Council, the Awards welcome entries in categories addressing safety, environment, productivity and engagement. …

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2022 Queensland Mining Awards launched

The Bowen Basin Mining Club’s bi-annual Awards program, the Queensland Mining Awards, officially launched last week in front of industry and state leaders at the Queensland Resources Council’s State of the Sector Luncheon. The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) returns as a partner to the 2022 Awards, as the sector takes time to recognise the achievements …

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QMA 2020 Winners Announced

Gas Field Services have been named the Queensland Mining Contractor of the Year for 2020, at a sold-out black-tie gala held tonight in Mackay. The 2020 Queensland Mining Awards, recognising the state’s hardest-working contractors, suppliers and producers, culminated in Wednesday night’s presentation dinner. Gas Field Services were named the winner in the Safety Initiative Award …

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QMA 2020 Finalists Announced

Finalist entries addressed safety and risk reduction using creative strategies that access the latest thinking and technology, impressing the judging panel with problem-solving that will benefit the resources industry in coming decades. Entries were peer-judged by a panel of senior executives from major resources companies, in corporate management, procurement and site-based management. This year, the …

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