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QRC: COVID doesn’t stop students being creative with coding

About 50 north Queensland students in years three to six have embarked on a creative coding challenge, which has gone online due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Renowned digital technology educator Dr Damien Kee is delivering customised tutorial videos, which utilise Scratch Programming, to students in the Collinsville region who want to extend their programming skills or start exploring the digital world.

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QRC welcomes QCoal’s 10-year Partnership with RFDS

The Queensland Resources Council has welcomed a 10-year partnership between QCoal Group and the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) which led to the creation of the RFDS Dental Service.

QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said the partnership started in 2010 and resulted in the QCoal Foundation funding a purpose-built 18-wheel semi-trailer equipped with x-ray equipment for dental care.

“Well done to QCoal on this decade long commitment to the health of rural Queenslanders especially through the mobile dental care unit which has provided a vital service to over 15,600 patients who live in regional Queensland.

“Distance is a significant barrier for regional Queenslanders but through this partnership the mobile dental care unit has travelled more than 63,000 kilometres to provide $8.8 million of dental care.

“The Queensland resources industry will continue to support not just the economy of Queensland through the post COVID-19 recovery but the communities in which we operate.”

QCoal said the service had reached locations across the State including – Collinsville, Winton, Sapphire, Monto, Dajarra, Camooweal, Cherbourg, Springsure, Jundah, Theodore, Clermont and Richmond.

Source: QRC

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More Gas Exploration for Queensland

Santos and Denison to pump more Queensland gas

Queensland continues to take the lead on gas supply for the domestic market, with Santos and Denison Gas the latest to take up the hunt in the state’s proven gasfields.

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QRC farewells New Hope’s Shane Stephan

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has thanked Shane Stephan for his distinguished leadership as Chief Executive Officer & subsequently Managing Director of the New Hope Group after 11 years with the company.
QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said New Hope Group announced Shane would retire from the company at the end of August.

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QRC welcomes more Land for Gas Exploration

The Queensland Resources Council, the peak organisation for the State’s coal, metal and petroleum producers, explorers and suppliers, has welcomed the release of more than 6,700 square kilometres of land in the Surat and Bowen basins between Blackwater and Goondiwindi for gas exploration including domestic-only gas.

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Queensland resources strong going into COVID-19: survey

A survey of Queensland’s resources leaders taken before the impacts of COVID-19 started to unfold found the sector was in a good standing to create an economic buffer in 2020.

Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said the State of the Sector report gave hope to the Queensland economy with the sector in a strong position to maintain production and employment.

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