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Larger facility to support global mining from the Hunter

On Friday 30 November, 2018, Hunter Manufacturer of the Year, McLanahan Corporation, will host a private event to celebrate their recent move to larger premises.The newly refurbished 18,000 square...

Blockchain trading software developed for gold mining

A new blockchain software platform allows miners to trade on the future value of their unprocessed materials. RMIT student and now Software Engineer at Mining3, Julian Wise, said the software used...

Thiess awarded Christmas Creek autonomy contract

Thiess, has secured a contract from Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) to install autonomous haulage system technology at its Christmas Creek operations in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. Under...

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...

New jobs created at former Wilkie Creek coal mine

  WATCH THE VIDEO HERE – Rehabilitation aerials & intv w/ Peabody Australia President George Schuller, QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane   QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said...

Australian Mines’ scandium oxide verified

Australian Mines Limited announced progress from its research and development (R&D) project with Metalysis, the U.K.-headquartered metals and alloys technology company[1]. Progress is in line...

HIGH GRADE COBALT DRILLED OVER 1.2KM AT CARLOW CASTLE

High grade cobalt, copper and gold mineralisation has now been extensively drilled over a continuous strike of 1.2km from a target of over 12km in strike length at its 100% owned Carlow Castle...