Hume Coal Charitable Foundation supports the Sir David Martin Foundation in 2018

Wednesday 5th Sep , 2018

The Hume Coal Charitable Foundation is proud to once again support the Sir David Martin Foundation in 2018 through the contribution of a $10 000 donation to assist in the delivery of education and training programs at their Robertson facility,… Read more

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Hume Coal lodges Response to Submissions with NSW Government

Monday 30th Jul , 2018

23 July 2018 Media Release Hume Coal has lodged its Response to Submissions report with the NSW Government’s Department of Planning and Environment. The lodgement of this document by Hume Coal is the next step in NSW Planning Process for… Read more

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Battle for Berrima threatens jobs from Lithgow to the Southern Tablelands

Thursday 5th Apr , 2018

05 April 2018 Media Release Once again the anti-coal action group Battle for Berrima is pressuring parliamentarians to interfere in the independent planning process in New South Wales. The most recent petition by the action group not only threatens real… Read more

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Hume Coal is proud to be a major sponsor of the Moss Vale Junior Dragons in 2018

Thursday 29th Mar , 2018

29 March 2018 MEDIA RELEASE Hume Coal is proud to once again support the Moss Vale Junior Dragons in 2018. Project Director Greig Duncan said that the company was pleased to once again support grassroots sport in our local area,… Read more

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The Coal Free Southern Highlands’ submission on Hume Coal Water Quality Impact is just plain wrong

Wednesday 27th Sep , 2017

27 September 2017 MEDIA RELEASE Hume Coal said today that a report from Dr Ian Wright for Coal Free Southern Highlands (CFSH) was wrong in trying to equate the now closed Berrima Colliery with the proposed Hume Coal project. Greig… Read more

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Hume Coal is proud to support grassroots sport in our community

Tuesday 5th Sep , 2017

05 September 2017 MEDIA RELEASE As another season draws to a close, Hume Coal is proud to have been able to support local sporting clubs in our community for 2017. Grassroots sport plays an important role in shaping and developing… Read more

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Hume Coal Guessing Competition – WINNER

Tuesday 22nd Aug , 2017

Hume Coal Guessing Competition Winner 22 August 2017 Congratulations to Jessica Fish who won the Hume Coal Guessing Competition, held at the university of Wollongong Open Day on Saturday 19 August 2017. Thanks to all those who participated in the… Read more

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Hume Coal renews commitment to local community as Hume Coal project is decided.

Monday 3rd Jul , 2017

Media Release 3 July 2017 Hume Coal has renewed its commitment to support the Highlands community through its Charitable Foundation and Apprenticeship Program as the process of determination of the Project application is made by Government. Following the closure of… Read more

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Hume Coal to present to Council the wide-ranging benefits of company’s underground mining project

Thursday 29th Jun , 2017

28 June 2017 MEDIA RELEASE Hume Coal will inform Wingecarribee Shire Council of the many benefits of the proposed underground mine, and challenge Council to take notice of the facts and not the scare-mongering and misinformation of local activist groups.… Read more

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POSCO named World’s Most Competitive Steel Company for Eight Years Running

Wednesday 28th Jun , 2017

Jun. 28, 2017 (Source: – Selected by global steel analysis agency WSD, showcasing enduring competitiveness – 37 steelmakers around the world were evaluated for 23 aspects including technical innovation, cost competitiveness and financial soundness – Scored a perfect 10… Read more

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Latest generation locomotives to transport high quality coal from the pit to port

Friday 23rd Jun , 2017

23 June 2017 MEDIA RELEASE Hume Coal has detailed in the environmental impact statement that it will use the latest rail locomotives and, in an Australian coal industry first, covered coal wagons to transport the product coal from the mine… Read more

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Wood smoke and motor vehicles primary threat to air quality in Southern Highlands Hume Coal Project to have “minimal effect”

Tuesday 20th Jun , 2017

21 June 2017 MEDIA RELEASE Motor vehicles on local roads (esp. diesel), including the Hume Highway, and smoke generated by wood fires have a far greater impact on the Southern Highlands’ air quality than the proposed Hume Coal underground mine.… Read more

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