new zealand mourns death of coal miners

new zealand mourns death of coal miners

  • No miracles left New Zealand's mining disaster The Economist

    Nov 24, 2010 A remote community suffers a bitter loss in a mining accident John Key, the prime minister, declared a state of mourning for the nation. One of New Zealand's remotest regions, cut off from the rest of the South Island by mountains, it was long a centre for coal and gold mining and forestry, though it has 

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  • New Zealand mine: prime minister says all 29 miners are dead after

    New Zealand mine explosion: prime minister says whole country is in mourning as 29 men killed. The 29 miners trapped in the Pike River Coal mine in Greymouth, New Zealand are presumed dead after a second explosion. The rescue efforts started last week when methane gas caused the first explosion inside the mine 

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  • No miracles left New Zealand's mining disaster The Economist

    Nov 24, 2010 A remote community suffers a bitter loss in a mining accident John Key, the prime minister, declared a state of mourning for the nation. One of New Zealand's remotest regions, cut off from the rest of the South Island by mountains, it was long a centre for coal and gold mining and forestry, though it has 

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  • New Zealand traumatised by Pike River mine disaster Coal Mountain

    Nov 24, 2010 New Zealand has begun to mourn 29 miners who were declared dead earlier after a second explosion ripped through the shaft where they were trapped. A memorial service was held in the town of Greymouth, and Prime Minister John Key said it was a "national tragedy". Some devastated relatives said the 

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  • All 29 miners in New Zealand believed dead after second blast

    Nov 24, 2010 A huge explosion tore through a coal mine in New Zealand today, extinguishing any hope of survival for 29 miners trapped underground for five days after an earlier blast. "Unfortunately I have to inform the public of New Zealand at 2.37pm today there was another massive explosion underground and 

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  • New Zealand traumatised by Pike River mine disaster BBC News

    Nov 24, 2010 New Zealand begins to mourn 29 miners who were earlier declared dead in one of the country's worstever mining disasters. New Zealand's largest coal mine Employs some 150 people Operational since 2008 Accesses Brunner and Paparoa coal seams via 2.3km tunnel under Paparoa Ranges 

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  • Underground coal miners – Tag – Talk Vietnam

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  • Pike River mining disaster Archives NZEDGE

    Nation in Mourning. PM John Key declared that New Zealand was a "nation in mourning" after the deaths of 29 miners in explosions in the Pike River coal mine. "New Zealand is a country where we are

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  • New Zealand miners died within minutes, inquest finds World news

    Jan 27, 2011 All 29 miners in a southern New Zealand coal mine died within minutes of an initial explosion that rocked the mine in November, an inquest heard today. The fate of the men had been uncertain for days after the 19 November methanefuelled blast, because a buildup of poisonous gases prevented rescuers 

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  • Deaths in the coal mines and unionbusting: 100 years ago in Huntly

    Sep 14, 2014 12 September marks the hundredth anniversary of the seconddeadliest single mine disaster in New Zealand history. On that day in 1914, an explosion ripped through the Ralph coal mine in Huntly, in the Waikato region south of Auckland, killing 43 miners. The force of the explosion was such that it ripped 

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  • Coast grieves for dead miners Stuff.nz

    Dec 3, 2010 The whole country is standing behind the West Coast community as it mourns the death of the Pike River 29, Prime Minister John Key says. A memorial . Duncan previously worked in tin and nickel mines in Australia and said Pike River and other coal mines were "nothing like it". Kristy Duncan said the 

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  • New Zealand traumatised by Pike River mine disaster BBC News

    Nov 24, 2010 New Zealand begins to mourn 29 miners who were earlier declared dead in one of the country's worstever mining disasters. New Zealand's largest coal mine Employs some 150 people Operational since 2008 Accesses Brunner and Paparoa coal seams via 2.3km tunnel under Paparoa Ranges 

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  • A time to remember, a time to question New Zealand Geographic

    wrote a Geographic story about the new face of coal mining—the rise of "boutique coal", particularly the highquality, lowimpurity West Coast coal that was revitalising . Before Pike River, the most recent was at Mt Davy, a few kilometres north of Brunner, in 1998, when two men died in an accident involving an outburst of 

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  • New Zealand mine: prime minister says all 29 miners are dead after

    New Zealand mine explosion: prime minister says whole country is in mourning as 29 men killed. The 29 miners trapped in the Pike River Coal mine in Greymouth, New Zealand are presumed dead after a second explosion. The rescue efforts started last week when methane gas caused the first explosion inside the mine 

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  • New Zealand mine explosion: history of mining accidents Telegraph

    Nov 24, 2010 The disaster at the Pike River coal mine is the worst accident in a New Zealand mine in almost 100 years. The incident plunged the small Otago town into mourning. Brunner, 26 March 1896: Sixtyfive miners were killed by choking gas in the country's worst mining disaster. During the rescue attempts 

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  • New Zealand mine explosion: history of mining accidents Telegraph

    Nov 24, 2010 The disaster at the Pike River coal mine is the worst accident in a New Zealand mine in almost 100 years. The incident plunged the small Otago town into mourning. Brunner, 26 March 1896: Sixtyfive miners were killed by choking gas in the country's worst mining disaster. During the rescue attempts 

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  • New Zealand miners died within minutes, inquest finds World news

    Jan 27, 2011 All 29 miners in a southern New Zealand coal mine died within minutes of an initial explosion that rocked the mine in November, an inquest heard today. The fate of the men had been uncertain for days after the 19 November methanefuelled blast, because a buildup of poisonous gases prevented rescuers 

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  • New Zealand mine: 'No survivors' after second blast BBC News

    Nov 24, 2010 Pike River is not far from the Strongman Mine, where an underground explosion killed 19 men in January 1967. New Zealand's worst mining disaster was in 1896, when a gas explosion at the Brunner mine, also near Greymouth, left 65 miners dead. It accessed the same coal seam as the Pike River mine.

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  • New Zealand mine: 'No survivors' after second blast BBC News

    Nov 24, 2010 Pike River is not far from the Strongman Mine, where an underground explosion killed 19 men in January 1967. New Zealand's worst mining disaster was in 1896, when a gas explosion at the Brunner mine, also near Greymouth, left 65 miners dead. It accessed the same coal seam as the Pike River mine.

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  • All 29 miners in New Zealand believed dead after second blast

    Nov 24, 2010 A huge explosion tore through a coal mine in New Zealand today, extinguishing any hope of survival for 29 miners trapped underground for five days after an earlier blast. "Unfortunately I have to inform the public of New Zealand at 2.37pm today there was another massive explosion underground and 

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  • New Zealand abandons search for missing bodies four years after

    Nov 5, 2014 The owner of a New Zealand coal mine says it will not reenter the underground site where 29 men were killed four years ago. at the Pike River coal mine Photo: New Zealand authorities give up the search for miners still missing after the the Pike River coal mine collapse in 2010. (file photo: ABC News).

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  • The Ralph Mine Disaster Waikato Coalfields Museum

    On 12 September 1914 in Ralph's Mine situated in Huntly's Main Street, fortythree men died in a coal mining disaster the second highest death toll in New Zealand's mining history. At approximately twenty Monday 14 September was declared a day of mourning and was called "Huntly's darkest hour". Two weeks passed 

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  • Pike River Mine disaster Wikipedia

    The Pike River Mine disaster was a coal mining accident that began on 19 November 2010 in the Pike River Mine, 46 kilometres (29 mi) northeast of Greymouth, in the West Coast region of New Zealand's South Island. A methane explosion occurred in the mine at approximately 3:44 p.m. (NZDT, UTC+13). At the time of the 

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  • Pike River Mine disaster Wikipedia

    The Pike River Mine disaster was a coal mining accident that began on 19 November 2010 in the Pike River Mine, 46 kilometres (29 mi) northeast of Greymouth, in the West Coast region of New Zealand's South Island. A methane explosion occurred in the mine at approximately 3:44 p.m. (NZDT, UTC+13). At the time of the 

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  • New Zealand traumatised by Pike River mine disaster Coal Mountain

    Nov 24, 2010 New Zealand has begun to mourn 29 miners who were declared dead earlier after a second explosion ripped through the shaft where they were trapped. A memorial service was held in the town of Greymouth, and Prime Minister John Key said it was a "national tragedy". Some devastated relatives said the 

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  • New Zealand abandons search for missing bodies four years after

    Nov 5, 2014 The owner of a New Zealand coal mine says it will not reenter the underground site where 29 men were killed four years ago. at the Pike River coal mine Photo: New Zealand authorities give up the search for miners still missing after the the Pike River coal mine collapse in 2010. (file photo: ABC News).

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