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Adorama’s $400 million gold mine is minefield for miners

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A $400m gold mine in Australia’s north west has been condemned by a local community after a huge chunk of the mine was found to contain an unknown substance.

The mine is in the remote Kimberley region, a region of Queensland and New South Wales that’s a popular tourist destination.

The ABC has reported that local residents were told the mine contained an unknown material, but did not find any evidence to prove that.

Residents of the region have expressed their concerns on social media and urged the mine’s owners to stop mining the mine.

The mining industry has been criticised for years over mining in remote areas.

The mine is located in a rural area of the Kimberley.

The area is known for its gold and silver ore, which is used in making jewellery and antiques.

In an email to the ABC, Adorama Australia, the parent company of The ABC, said the mine had not been properly secured, and said it would work with local authorities to “take appropriate action to secure the mine”.

The ABC contacted the mine, and an Adorama spokesperson said it had “no further comment at this time”.

The mine was owned by Adorama Gold and Silver and is located near a popular local community, the Kwinana Goldfield.

A spokeswoman for the Goldfield District Council said the council had not received any formal notice of the potential mine.

“We’re trying to work through the issues, but we’re very worried about the safety of the area,” she said.

She said the district council was also aware of a potential spill and that the mine could become a significant source of pollution.

Adorama Gold has not released a comment on the mining’s impact on the Kimberly or any other region in the country.

According to local resident and local newspaper The Daily Telegraph, residents have been warned not to go near the mine because of the potentially toxic substance, which they have described as “pearl”.

It has also been reported that a nearby school is being evacuated.

“We’ve got about 150 people living in a community that has seen a lot of mining and have a very strong community sense of environmental stewardship,” said the resident of the Kwonana Goldfields, Kiehlynn Hogg.

“If you see a lot, you should get on it.

It’s not good for the environment.”

A spokesman for Adorama said the company was “committed to the safety and security of the environment and has been working closely with local community groups and officials in the Kimberleys region to secure and secure the safety” of the mining site.

The mining industry, which has previously said it is working to secure all mining sites in Australia, has repeatedly faced criticism for mining in the region. “

There is no evidence of a spill.”

The mining industry, which has previously said it is working to secure all mining sites in Australia, has repeatedly faced criticism for mining in the region.

In 2014, a Queensland government report warned that “a significant percentage of the gold extracted in Australia is destined for export to China”.

Gold mining in South Australia is one of several areas in Australia where locals are opposed to mining.

Earlier this month, an Adamo mine worker was shot and killed in Queensland.

Local residents also spoke out against a controversial project in South Korea, where an underground coal mine is expected to be completed this year.

Coal mines have long been associated with environmental issues in Australia.

Environmental groups have been campaigning against coal mining in Australia for years.

Last year, the Australian Conservation Foundation said it was concerned that coal mining could “lead to massive, devastating consequences for wildlife and people”.

Environmentalist group The Earthjustice said it has received more than 1,600 complaints about coal mining since the company announced the project in 2015.

It called on the Government to “immediately and thoroughly investigate” the project.

And a new report from Greenpeace found that Australian coal companies were “making significant profits off of the planet’s most vulnerable communities”.

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