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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...

Autonomous: Is It The Best Option?

There has been a lot of conversation surrounding the use of driverless trucks in mining. It was in 2015 that two Pilbara mines started using them to move iron ore. The workers control the trucks from...

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...

RESOURCES AND ENERGY EXPORTS HIT ALL TIME HIGH

Australia’s resources and energy exports are now worth more than a quarter of a trillion dollars, anchored by strong forecasts for Queensland’s major commodities including coal, LNG, bauxite, copper...

Seeking operator to reopen Ellendale mine

The McGowan Government is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from mining companies to reopen the Ellendale diamond mine in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.   Located 120 kilometres...

Rio Tinto delivers local jobs in Cape York

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has congratulated Rio Tinto after its Indigenous workforce reached 574 across its Cape York bauxite sites in the Far North.