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Since 1995 the Mining Chronicle, our Australian monthly mining newspaper, has provided in-depth coverage on all sectors of the resources industries, an authoritative voice to which those in the industry know they can turn to for excellence in reporting and superb topic coverage.

The Mining Chronicle has forged a reputation for considered and intelligent media coverage across many issues – from coal and longwall, to uranium and gold, energy and industry issues to news and current events.

Now, after a revamp, the Mining Chronicle will include new sections reflecting the fast-changing face of the industry. You’ll find features under new headings: Cutting Edge, Human Resources, Property and Resources, as well as regular features on Service and Supply, Safety, Sustainability, and Rostered Off, which now includes features on motoring, travel and social events as well as the usual round up of leisure and cultural events.

Advertising in the Mining Chronicle reaches the key decision-makers within the mining sector. More than 6000 copies of the Mining Chronicle are distributed throughout Australia every month, to over 300 active mine sites. The readership is between 35 to 40,000 per issue.

Our readership includes maintenance, mine, underground and open cut managers, administration
personnel, purchasing officers, engineers and subcontract groups located at site operations.
On-site and in the administration sections of head offices, it is common practice for the Mining Chronicle to be circulated among dozens of staff, prolonging the life of this monthly newspaper and ensuring it lives up to its claim to be extremely well-read.

The Mining Chronicle – the voice of the industry.

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Ph: 08 9482 3900
Fax: 08 9482 3943
Email: miningchronicle@wapub.com.au



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