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Media Statement Clarence Clean-Up complete

Clarence

Centennial Coal welcomes confirmation from the NSW EPA that conditions of the Clean-Up Notice have now been fully completed to their satisfaction and as a consequence the clean-up operation of the Wollangambe River is complete.


Rylstone Kandos Miss Showgirl to compete at zone

January 2013

 As the newly crowned Rylstone/Kandos Miss Showgirl, Gemma Oakes is preparing for a busy 2013 with the Miss Showgirl Zone Competition fast approaching.

 

Apprentices and Trainees looking forward to starting work

January 2013

2013 will mark the beginning of an exciting career for eight lucky local apprentices and trainees who are due to commence their training across Centennial’s Western operations in the coming weeks.

Centennial’s new recruits will be working in Electrical and Mechanical fields. Also in Stores and Administration.

 

 

 

Meals on Wheels and Wangi Lions Club spread Christmas cheer

January 2013

With the Christmas season being a time of giving, Centennial Coal joined the Wangi Lions Club and the Morisset and Toronto Meals on Wheels (MoW) teamed up to spread a little Christmas cheer.

 

Clarence supports Movember

December 2012

After decking themselves out in pink to support Pink Ribbon Day, Clarence Colliery decided to get back in touch with their more masculine side by taking up the Movember challenge.

Mo bro Miners Charbon style

December 2012

Charbon Colliery kicked off its first year of supporting Movember in style with 10 Charbon employees getting in on the Movember action.

Flying high at Rathmines

December 2012

The Rathmines Catalina Festival had a lot to celebrate in its sixth year, with the Festival not only attracting approximately 20,000 visitors but also having one of its largest aviation displays to date.

To support the Festival, Centennial held a community stall at the event which proved a hit with Festival goers young and old alike.

Miners on Pink Ribbon Day

Real men wear pink

November 2012

October has seen a new shade of work wear around Centennial mines, with pink the colour of choice to help raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation and its annual Pink Ribbon fundraiser.
Charbon Seeding Project

Charbon plants the seed

November 2012

Centennial’s Charbon Mine has successfully rejuvenated and rehabilitated 62 hectares of once mined land with its one of a kind seed bank project. Matt Gray, the Mine’s Environment and Community Officer, has driven the project to help restore the once mined areas and ensure it matches the natural surrounding habitat.
John Turner Mine Manager of the Year

Mine Manager of the Year

November 2012

Centennial’s Mandalong Mine has a new award to add to its trophy cabinet with Mine Manager, John Turner, winning the ‘Mine Manager of the Year’ award at the coal industry’s night of nights - The Australian Mining Prospect Awards.