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Hanking in legal bid to sell mines

China Hanking Holdings will today take to the Perth Warden’s Court in a bid to clear the path to selling its WA gold mines.

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Lib candidate calls for mine levy debate

The Pilbara’s Liberal candidate for the 2017 State Election has suggested the main parties should stop stonewalling the Nationals’ $5 per tonne levy on big miners so the policy can be debated properly.

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Gorgon starts supplying domestic gas

Chevron’s Gorgon LNG project in the Pilbara has begun supplying domestic gas to the WA market.

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Push for Collie gas pipeline plan

A proposal to extend the Dampier to Bunbury gas pipeline through to Collie has been drafted by Nationals candidate for Collie-Preston Monique Warnock.

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Iluka to spend up to $290m in Sierra Leone

Sand miner Iluka Resources could spend more than $290 million on ramping up production, streamlining operations and improving safety at Sierra Rutile after completing a merger with the Sierra Leone-based miner.

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Banks and miners driving market rally

The share market is at its highest level in almost four months as the big four banks and miners continue to lead a rally.

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industry insight

Maintaining the golden glow

Riding high on the tailwinds of global geopolitical and economic uncertainty, Australia’s gold

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Products and technology

Program use leasing option 

To save clients the harsh upfront cost of purchasing a program to monitor their mineral processing operations, Haver & Boecker Australia has recently launched a three-year leasing

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People and projects

Building global familiarity

The Dubbo Zirconia Project in central-west New South Wales has been a million years in the making. A direct result of volcanic activity that left behind volcanic vents

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occupational health and safety

How We Lost the Front Line and How to Get Them Back

Why is it employers in the resources industry are spending more than $20,000 per person per annum to prevent injuries, yet many of our front line

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interview

How we lost the front line

  Why is it employers in the resources industry are spending more than $20,000 per person per annum to prevent injuries, yet many of our front line people feel alienated from the safety process?

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