latest news

Jobs set to go after drop in enrolments

Curtin University could chop nine academic roles at the Kalgoorlie and Bentley campuses of the WA School of Mines, blaming a big drop in enrolments that has hit its bottom line.

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Barminco union helps Ausdrill's profit

Ausdrill has reported an interim net profit of $217 million, largely due to a revaluation of assets.

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Millennium’s $15m issue to open Golden Gate

Pilbara gold producer Millennium Minerals is expected to announce a $15 million rights issue to help fund development of a second underground mine at its Golden Gate project and more exploration drilling at its broader Nullagine project.

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Delays and discounts drive down MinRes profits

Shares in Mineral Resources have tumbled after the company posted a disappointing first-half profit result and gave an uncertain outlook for the second half.

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NRW pays first interim dividend in five years

NRW Holdings shareholders will receive their first interim dividend in five years after the mining services provider’s half-year net profit soared 84 per cent to US$20 ($28) million.

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Andrew Forrest adds to cash pile

Andrew Forrest is set to collect the biggest dividend cheque of his life from the company he founded 14 years ago.

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industry insight

WA scheme underpins discoveries

‘Exploring the unexplored’ may sound like the tagline from an award-winning sci-fi epic, but there is

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Products and Technology

New system of measurement

The simple goal of improving grader productivity and efficiency within a minesite was the basis for a new invention from Proof Engineers. The product, Road Condition

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People and Projects

Feeding innovation

The ups and downs of the mining industry in Australia over the last decade have proved an interesting breeding ground for the mining equipment, technology and services (METS)

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Occupational Health and Safety

A safe, cordless approach to torque tools

“We just want to make the industry safer”.

interview

Underground mining’s invisible threat

What do you rate as the most serious issue currently facing the mining industry in Australia? The state of global affairs, commodity prices or the emergence of disruptive technology, perhaps?

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