Both Gina Rinehart and Hancock Prospecting have been recognised at the 16th Annual Mines and Money Awards for Outstanding Achievement in London, winning two awards.
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Rio Tinto has confirmed it will spend $3.5 billion developing the Koodaideri iron ore mine near Newman, in what is set to become the most technologically advanced iron ore mine in the world.
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.
BHP has announced a change to its procurement policies, extending preferred payment terms of 30 days to all Australian businesses in local areas.
Rio Tinto has appointed Simon McKeon AO as an independent non-executive director. Mr McKeon, an Australian citizen, will join the board on 1 January 2019.
New research has revealed that 25 mining projects currently in the NSW planning system have the potential to deliver almost $11 billion in investment and over 13,000 jobs over the next two decades.
Fracking will not be permitted over 98 percent of Western Australia and, for the first time, traditional owners and farmers will have the right to say no to oil and gas production from fracking on...
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.
Australia is heading for a record level gold production year according to a new report released by mining consultants Surbiton Associates this week.
Rio Tinto is leading a hive of mine exploration activity in a remote corner of Western Australia’s Great Sandy Desert. The little explored Paterson province has boosted its holdings 10-fold in the...