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Nickel miner Mincor’s interim loss has widened to nearly $35 million in the wake of its decision to mothball its Kambalda mines.
The protracted dispute over the construction of the 2.1km jetty at Chevron’s US$54 billion Gorgon LNG project is entering a new phase with contractor CIMIC Group flagging private arbitration.
It is stinking hot in Perth but the heat has well and truly come out of the Fraser Range, once Australia’s hottest exploration province.
Controversial junior coal magnate Nathan Tinkler is expected to launch a court appeal to stave off bankruptcy.

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