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VAGO mine rehab report details regulatory failures

2020-8-6  news, mine rehab, vago, earth resources regulation, gippsland, latrobe valley, latrobe valley express. A Victorian Auditor-General's Office report on mine

Latrobe Valley Regional Earth Resources

2019-8-1  mining in the Latrobe Valley in the early 1900s, there have been a number of major local failures of the mine walls (batters), several of these have occurred in recent

Latrobe Valley Regional water.vic.gov.au

2020-6-25  a number of major failures at these sites over their history, including major land slippages and fires, which have had significant social, environmental and economic

Digging deep into Yallourn mine failures

2012-7-19  The Victorian government is not managing the impacts of existing mines: Repeated failures at Latrobe Valley mines raise questions about the adequacy of the Victorian

Tasmania flood report finds emergency response

2017-6-5  Tasmania flood report finds emergency response failures at Latrobe. Updated June 06, She was one of two confirmed deaths in the north, with a Derwent Valley

Coalmine fires and other disasters predicted by State

2014-5-2  The Victorian government has been warned that mine failures in the Latrobe Valley, where a coal fire shrouded Morwell in smoke in February, are almost certain to

morwell-river-collapse communityovermining

The Victorian government is not managing the impacts of existing mines: Repeated failures at Latrobe Valley mines raise questions about the adequacy of the Victorian

What caused the blackouts in Melbourne, and do

2019-1-25  Hazelwood power station in Victoria's Latrobe Valley closed in March 2017. Ms D'Ambrosio said most of the 1800 megawatts of power capacity lost in the state on

Loy Yang B failure sends prices soaring, triggers

2018-1-19  There have been up to eight failures across Loy Yang A, Loy Yang B, and the Yallourn brown coal-fired power stations. Yallourn saw a major failure on the January 11

Tasmania flood report finds emergency response

2017-6-5  Tasmania flood report finds emergency response failures at Latrobe. Updated June 06, She was one of two confirmed deaths in the north, with a Derwent Valley farmer listed as still missing.

Weather News Tasmania flood report finds

2017-6-6  A 75-year-old woman died during the June 2016 flooding at Latrobe, one of the hardest hit areas. Mary Alford's husband was rescued from the roof of the couple's home but she was not able to be saved. She was one of two confirmed deaths in the north, with a Derwent Valley

Coalmine fires and other disasters predicted by State

2014-5-2  The Victorian government has been warned that mine failures in the Latrobe Valley, where a coal fire shrouded Morwell in smoke in February, are almost certain to happen every year.

What caused the blackouts in Melbourne, and do

2019-1-25  Hazelwood power station in Victoria's Latrobe Valley closed in March 2017.(International Power Hazelwood)Did the closure of the Hazelwood power station contribute to the situation?

LVSCI Resident Survey Latrobe Valley Authority

Survey context. The survey asks about your needs as a resident of the Latrobe Valley. This will be used to understand the needs of the region and help to identify the outcomes of the investment in sport and community initiatives in the Latrobe Valley so far, as well as informing future investment decisions.

Latrobe Valley’s water sources In consideration of the

2020-9-7  regulation. The ash ponds in the Latrobe Valley each hold millions of tonnes of coal ash. Cleaning them up is critical to protecting water sources, preventing air pollution, and future land-use planning. More importantly, all discharges of wastewater are dependent on an increased velocity of

Coal ash dumps and community health

Even though these are known failures, even though these are repeat offences, Australia’s biggest energy company was slapped on the wrist with a $15,000 fine. Latrobe Valley, Victoria. Research by EJA lawyer Bronya Lipski shows the ash ponds associated with the Latrobe Valley’s coal-fired power stations are contaminating Gippsland’s air,

Rehabilitating Mines Victorian Auditor-General's Office

2020-8-5  Latrobe Valley mine fire. The Latrobe Valley is home to three open-cut brown coal mines. Open-cut coal mines are particularly vulnerable to fire that spreads quickly and is difficult to extinguish. On 9 February 2014, a fire started in the Hazelwood mine in the Latrobe Valley, and burned for 45 days.

LATROBE CITY COUNCIL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

2019-12-1  The Latrobe Valley has a history of innovation and a strong work ethic, particularly around the coal extraction and power production industries. A key competitive strength, that is recognised nationally, is the quality of the engineering expertise that exists in ‘the valley.’ It has been noted on a number of occasions

Smart Casual Consulting

We offer Information technology care and easy-to-use solutions for business owners throughout Wellington and Latrobe valley. If there’s one thing you can say about IT, it’s that things can become uncertain if you don’t have the right support. Computers slow down, the software doesn’t work as it should, and problems crop up everywhere.

Weather News Tasmania flood report finds

2017-6-6  A 75-year-old woman died during the June 2016 flooding at Latrobe, one of the hardest hit areas. Mary Alford's husband was rescued from the roof of the couple's home but she was not able to be saved. She was one of two confirmed deaths in the north, with a Derwent Valley

Ashurst Australia hazelwoodinquiry.vic.gov.au

2017-11-14  recent stability incidents and failures; that there are many underlying stability risk issues associated with the open cut mining in the Latrobe Valley. Understanding and addressing those land stability risk issues is fundamental to any rehabilitation option for the Latrobe Valley Mines.

Latrobe Valley Regional Amazon Web Services

2019-11-20  at the current Latrobe Valley coal mines. Nonetheless, coal mining has created land movement since it began in the Latrobe Valley. This has ranged from small, continuous movements of the mine walls (known as batters) up to several major batter failures extending beyond the mine crest. Exposed coal has caught fire a number of times, causing

Coalmine fires and other disasters predicted by State

2014-5-2  The Victorian government has been warned that mine failures in the Latrobe Valley, where a coal fire shrouded Morwell in smoke in February, are almost certain to happen every year.

South Australia's accidental experiment in renewable

The South Australian electricity grid was the smallest of all the mainland grids, connected to Victoria by two transmission lines known as interconnectors. These lines could supply about 25 per cent of South Australia’s maximum peak load, pumping in cheap brown-coal power from Victoria’s Latrobe Valley.

Rehabilitating Mines Victorian Auditor-General's Office

2020-8-5  Latrobe Valley mine fire. The Latrobe Valley is home to three open-cut brown coal mines. Open-cut coal mines are particularly vulnerable to fire that spreads quickly and is difficult to extinguish. On 9 February 2014, a fire started in the Hazelwood mine in the Latrobe Valley, and burned for 45 days.

Coal ash dumps and community health

Even though these are known failures, even though these are repeat offences, Australia’s biggest energy company was slapped on the wrist with a $15,000 fine. Latrobe Valley, Victoria. Research by EJA lawyer Bronya Lipski shows the ash ponds associated with the Latrobe Valley’s coal-fired power stations are contaminating Gippsland’s air,

TRANSFORMING AUSTRALIAN CITIES

2014-3-31  power distribution network from the Latrobe Valley an occurrence that would have closed down the whole city. > Water consumption trebled at a time when the water storage levels sat at a perilous 33%. > The soil moisture levels in all the major parks and gardens fell to below 40%, the trigger

News gippsland

Latrobe City Investment Roadmap ready for public comment. Latrobe City Council named an Employer of Choice Latrobe City Council, recognised as an Employer of Choice in The Australian Business Awards 2020. Funding for More Latrobe Valley Community Projects Upgrades to community meeting spaces in Glengarry and Morwell with nearly $200,000 fund.

Upgrades to deliver more train services for Gippsland

2021-3-18  As things stand, rail travel from the Latrobe Valley to Melbourne is not competitive with the car why should long distance travellers have to put up stopping at micro stations between Drouin and Pakenham where the passenger numbers are minimal just have a look out the window and see the empty platforms!