The aspiring gold producer will soon release an upgraded resource for its 1.3Moz Ulysses project near Leonora followed by a feasibility study.
The mining billionaire has been ordered to pay Bianca Rinehart’s legal bills fighting a failed bid for the NSW Supreme Court to block litigation in WA’s top court.
Shareholders of Saracen Mineral Holdings have voted overwhelmingly in favour of tie-up with Northern Star Resources.
Market darling explorer is swamped with applications for shares from retail investors under its proposed $10m share purchase plan.
Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group could be facing a cost blow-out totalling hundreds of millions of dollars on its Iron Bridge magnetite project in the Pilbara, sources suggest.
China has looked to other countries for coal as it continues to snub Australian imports, but it is still indirectly buying it, a producer revealed.
Rebecca Le May
Australia’s peak mining body is holding conversations with resources companies on possible workplace implications of the COVID vaccine roll-out, amid calls for urgent guidelines from national cabinet.
Danielle Le Messurier
Miner Rio Tinto has extended the running of New Zealand's aluminium smelter to the end of 2024.
Chinese authorities have detained managed at a goldmine after an explosion left more than 20 workers trapped underground.
Swiss investment bank says prices around $US170/t for the steel-making commodity are unsustainable.
Mining giant commits $146m for box cut, exploration decline and supporting surface infrastructure as it looks to project as an ore feed source for Telfer.
The boss of one of the State’s biggest gold miners has slammed criticism that WA’s hard border is putting a handbrake on the national economy, arguing it is pumping Australia’s coffers full of money.
Danielle Le Messurier, Josh Zimmerman
BHP’s environmental licenses at two of its Pilbara mine sites are under review by the WA Government over concerns about excessive dust in Newman that could be potentially harmful.
Rio’s vice president corporate relations Brad Haynes has exited the mining giant in the wake of controversy over the blasting of two ancient Indigenous rock shelters at Juukan Gorge.
Two of the world’s biggest batteries, worth a combined $1bn, to be built at sites of NSW coal plants in bid to ease power grid strains.
WA is on track to bank nearly $1.5 billion more in iron ore royalties than predicted in December — a windfall that would nearly double the State’s forecast surplus to an incredible $3.7b.
A Brisbane junior lithium miner founded by a group self-described “dirty coal miners” is set to tap into the electric vehicle revolution.
The Queensland billionaire said the WA Liberal Party had the chance to ‘stand on its own feet’ and also revealed he planned to withdraw contempt action against Premier Mark McGowan.
COVID-19 has further expanded the uptake of household solar power as people working from home and budget-conscious retirees seek to cut electricity costs.
WA’s first Indigenous-owned company in the engineering and mining safety sector is intent on creating a legacy for future generations, and strengthening the state’s Aboriginal business sector.
The Toll Group co-founder has won a Supreme Court injunction blocking the sale to a US group until the court hears his complaints that other potential buyers didn’t get a chance to bid.
Investors are positioning ahead of what is expected to be a bumper dividend season.
Torrens Mining, which is already on the ground exploring near Olympic Dam, had a solid first day on the ASX.
Iron ore miners have been leading the charge on the Australian market after the Democrats secured power in US Congress.
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