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Adani admits to admin error on mine work

  Adani has admitted to an "administrative error" after it failed to declare track clearing and exploratory drilling at it conducted earlier this year to environmental regulators.

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Ramelius heads underground at Edna May

Ramelius Resources has confirmed expectations for an underground extension of its recently acquired Edna May gold project near Westonia.

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Hancock forwards $350m to fix Sirius costs

Gina Rinehart’s foray into UK potash mining has had a difficult month as a $690 million cost blowout at Sirius Minerals forces Hancock Prospecting to bring forward a $350 million payment.

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Blast off for BHP’s $5b South Flank

BHP has conducted the first blast at its multibillion-dollar South Flank project in the Pilbara.

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Shareholders kept in the dark

The Takeovers Panel has backed a Sydney fund manager’s complaint about Tribune Resources, finding that shareholders have been kept in the dark about the gold miner’s controlling shareholders.

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Mark Clark calls it quits at Regis Resources

Regis Resources managing director and executive chairman Mark Clark is set to quit the gold miner by the end of the year.

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industry insight

Swinging for heavyweight status

Iron ore. The red dirt stalwart long seen as a staple of the Western Australian mining scene.


Products and Technology

Steel builds, no bolts or welds

“It’s Lego for buildings” is the way Yenem Engineering Services Director Dave Meney summarised the company’s newly developed altCONNECT technology.

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People and Projects

Kalgoorlie set to play major role in global lithium production

Riding the wave of State Government investment in battery-metal production, lithium miner Neometals recently revealed its plans to

Occupational Health and Safety

Data-driven approach finds optimal training pathway

A breakthrough in the medium fidelity space, Immersive Technologies’ new simulation platform is already proving to be an industry game changer.

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The future workforce of mining

The very concept of work is being redefined due to changing workforce demographics and rapid advancements in technology, and the Australian mining industry is no exception.

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