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Conservation concerns not to blame for tragedy - by Kevin Hague
We have been supporting the Government’s decision to establish a Royal Commission of Inquiry to investigate both the immediate causes of the Pike River disaster and wider systemic issues that may also have been contributors, and are particularly pleased that the terms of reference have been cast sufficiently broadly. The other suggestions we have made [...] read moreNovember 29, 2010 5:21 pm - 49 Comments
Fears for Pike River miners and contractors - by Kevin Hague
As many of you know, I live close to Greymouth and to the nearby Pike River coal mine. At the time of writing I am anxiously awaiting further news of the mine workers and contractors who are still underground following an explosion in the mine this afternoon. Mining disasters cast a long shadow on the [...] read moreNovember 19, 2010 8:34 pm - 184 Comments