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Steel ‘is still big driver of nickel price’

Western Areas managing director Dan Lougher says stainless steel demand is still the driving force behind rising nickel prices, despite expectations the commodity will play a big role in supplying the growing battery and electric vehicle market. 

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Heavy rain pushes up price of Gold Road’s Gruyere

The cost of building Gold Road Resources’ and Gold Fields’ Gruyere project may reach $585 million after rains held up construction in February. 

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Less ore shipped for more as weather batters FMG

Fortescue Metals Group shipped less product at a higher cost in the three months to March, following a rise in cyclone activity across its WA operations. 

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Iluka hit with class action

Iluka Resources has been served with a class action, alleging the mineral sands miner misled the market six years ago. 

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GR Engineering in line for Karlawinda gold work

GR Engineering has been named preferred tenderer for a $93.1 million mineral processing plant at Capricorn Metals’ Karlawinda gold project in the Pilbara. 

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Uranium hunter Toro Energy now goes for gold

Uranium hopeful Toro Energy now wants to mine rocks that glitter as well as those that glow with exploration for gold kicking off within its Wiluna uranium project.

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Power out

On February 16 Nev Power officially stood down from the helm of one of the world’s biggest iron ore producers. 

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