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Copper Conference in South Australia

Copper conference for South Australia

A Copper Conference held in Adelaide today will focus on South Australia’s strong global copper reputation. South Australia has a number of long-life deposits, including Olympic Dam, which is...

macmahon contractors will acquire GBF

Macmahon to acquire mining contractor GBF

Macmahon Holdings Limited (ASX: MAH) has entered into an agreement to acquire underground mining contractor GBF Holdings (WA) Pty Ltd and its The acquisition includes all GBF subsidiaries and is...

Job opportunities in mining

Mining job activity finishes solid in May

Australia’s job activity in the mining and resources sector has stayed solid all the way to the finish of May this year, as indicated by recruitment services company DFP. May mining jobs...

Gascoyne administrator has advised 6months to work out the future

Gascoyne administrator provides update

The Administrators of embattled Gascoyne Resources have indicated their intention to continue operating the Dalgaranga mine and have indicated a potential period of six months will be needed for the...

kidston pumped hydro

Kidston pumped hydro generator performance

Genex Power Limited (ASX: GNX)  has received an AEMO approval for its Generator Performance Standards (GPS) for the Kidston Pumped Storage Hydro Project (K2-Hydro or Project) and has issued their GPS...

Norton Rose Fulbright has celebrated another deal

Norton Rose Fulbright celebrates Higginsville deal

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Canadian mining company RNC Minerals on its $50 million acquisition of the Higginsville gold operations from Westgold Resources in Western Australia...

dani win is a historic day for Queensland according to Matt Canavan

Celebration time for the industry on back of Adani win

The Adani win has seen years of regulatory hurdles finally come to an end. The $21 billion coal project will be able to create thousands of jobs for decades to come, an industry body has said. The...

Future of coal looks promising with increased energy demands according to a new report

Coal council celebrates with positive news

Greg Evans from the Coal Council is upbeat about the future of coal following a new report. In a statement released today, Evans highlighted the positive outlook for the sector moving forward. He...

nuclear energy in the mix for australia

A potential role for nuclear in the energy mix

The Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering has welcomed comments by the Energy Minister, Angus Taylor, that indicate the Morrison government is open to reversing the nuclear energy ban if a...

gol discoveries affect the industry

Lack of gold discoveries affect industry

The Australian dollar gold price reached an all-time high of $1,919 per ounce last week, signifying improving conditions for the Gold Ore Mining industry. According to an industry research company...

Queensland Resources Council announced and export record

Queensland resources sector sets export record

More than 315,000 Queensland men and women working in the State’s resources sector have helped Queensland post a new export record. Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said...