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A fairer share for mining towns

Media Release: The Industry, Innovation, Science and Resources Committee tabled the report for its mining inquiry, entitled Keep it in the regions: Mining and resources industry support for...

New exploration projects on the rise

Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston announced the successful applicants for Round 18 of the popular Exploration Incentive Scheme (EIS) co-funded drilling program.   Round 18 will provide...

BHP copper exploration program update

BHP confirmed identification of a potential new iron oxide, copper, gold (IOCG) mineralised system, located 65 kilometres to the south east of BHP’s operations at Olympic Dam in South Australia. 

AUSTRALIAN POTASH HARVESTS FIRST POTASSIUM RICH SALTS

Australian Potash Limited has advised the successful completion of the final transfer of brine into Harvest Pond 3 at the Lake Wells Sulphate of Potash project’s pilot evaporation pond network. 

Aussie Gold Production Near Record Levels

Australia is heading for a record level gold production year according to a new report released by mining consultants Surbiton Associates this week.

World-First Lead Refinement Technology for WA

A new, innovative world-first technology will be used to revitalise and expand operations at Rosslyn Hill Mining’s Paroo Station Lead Mine near Wiluna. WA Premier Mark McGowan announced the...

First iron ore train leaves Koolyanobbing

Mineral Resources announced the departure of its first train loaded with iron ore from the newly acquired Koolyanobbing Operation (Koolyanobbing), about 50km north of Southern Cross in Western...