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Mining kids launch clothing brand

Clever South Australian mining kids Deegan Dealtry and Sam Ranford, both 12, have launched a clothing brand called Pretty Rooster in a bid to show other children that mining is cool. Both boys come...

Western Australian Premier Urged Not To Increase Gold Royalty Rates

2017 Precious Metals Industry Awards

The Perth Mint has announced that Mr Eric Sprott was inducted into The Gold Industry Hall of Fame, while Bob Vassie was awarded the Gavin Thomas Mining Award and Terina Hooper received the Maggie...

Kalgoorlie-Boulder wins Tidy Towns 2017

Kalgoorlie-Boulder wins Tidy Towns 2017

Awards recognise community projects and sustainable living
Kalgoorlie-Boulder a finalist in four categories 

CFMEU Fined Record $2.4 million

The CFMEU and its officials have been hit with record fines of $2.4 million over an unlawful blockade.

Young Professional recognised with national AMMA award

Incitec Pivot employee Hannah Campbell has been awarded the prestigious 2017 AMMA Industry Awards Young Professional category announced in Perth on Tuesday night. Hannah is the company’s Moranbah...



They’re the big four issues raised by mining workers across the country: missing family events; staying connected to the kids; workplace mental health; and keeping the home fires burning. Ahead of...

Jeebropilly Mine: Medium Employer of the Year

Jeebropilly Mine’s prioritised focus of its workforce’s health and safety is paying dividends with the mine site’s efforts being recognised by the State Government. Jeebropilly Mine has been named...


The Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) will once again see the industry gear up for one of the most significant mining events. Taking place 29 – 31 August, more than 300...

Mining jobs increase across Australia

As activity and commodity prices across the resources sector ramp up, so too have job vacancies across Australia. According to online jobs site Seek, there were 70 per cent more vacancies in the...