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Tribune’s ambitious $30.5m Philippines buy

Tribune Resources has stated an ambition to become “a significant mining house” after announcing a surprise $30.5 million acquisition in the Philippines.

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Gruyere partners lift annual gold target

Gold Road Resources and Gold Fields are touting their Gruyere joint venture in the northern Goldfields as a global Tier-1 mine after lifting average annual production expectations to 300,000 ounces a year.

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Barrick Gold looses $55million High Court case

Mining behemoth Barrick Gold has lost a High Court tax case that will keep $55 million of stamp duty with the State Government and could deter similar claims from other miners.

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MACA set for $172m contract at Yandal gold project

MACA is in the box seat for circa $172 million in mining contracts at Echo Resources’ Yandal gold project in the Goldfields.

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Rio Tinto’s hush, hush find in Pilbara

It remains reluctant to disclose what it is sitting on in the East Pilbara but mining giant Rio Tinto is spending more money to ensure better access.

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FIFO workers at risk

More than double fly-in fly-out workers suffer from mental health illnesses than in any other workplace.

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industry insight

The inflation conversation

If the flurry of recent announcements by Australia’s major iron ore producers is to be believed, and the

Products & Technology

A system worth getting right 

While its multitude of potential benefits have long been touted for every level of the industrial supply chain, it seems getting implementation of the Industrial

People & Projects

Aiming for emission-free sites

Masters of innovation and research development, Sweden is renowned for being at the forefront of technological and sustainable developments. Pushing the boundaries of

Occupational Health & Safety

Hammering home safety

Mining is a notoriously hazardous industry, spurring some companies to go the extra mile in ensuring the health and safety of their people.


The importance of building connections

Working in mining is like playing a team sport, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers Managing Consultant Andrew Talbot.

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