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Regis up on production lift, strong outlook

Shares in Regis Resources were higher after the miner lifted gold output by 7 per cent to 80,090 ounces in the second quarter of 2017.

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Nickel producers hammered

Indonesia has delivered Australian nickel producers a massive Black Friday blow, announcing it will relax bans on the export of low-grade ore in a move likely to depress prices of the steel making commodity in the medium term. 

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Atlas rewards investors who took a punt on them

Five months ago the Perth broking community was describing the rising iron ore price as a “s... or bust” moment for Atlas Iron. 

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AGL fined $124k over political donations

Energy giant AGL has been fined $124,000 for failing to declare thousands of dollars in political donations it made to the Labor, Liberal and National parties while it was making planning applications. 

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Atlas Iron continues stellar run on S&P upgrade

Atlas Iron shares have continued this year’s strong run as ratings agency Standard and Poor’s raised its credit rating on the Pilbara iron ore miner in the wake of debt repayments and stronger iron ore prices.

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BC Iron soars on full-year earnings upgrade

Shares in BC Iron rocketed after the company announced record quarterly earnings from its Iron Valley project on the back of record shipping tonnages and higher iron ore prices.

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industry insight

New year, new growth?

The resources sector has spent the past few years adjusting to the commodity market downturn and

Products and Technology

Metal printing, on demand

The advancement of 3D printing has seen the technology become accessible for many industries to reap the benefits, and now the innovative technology is turning its

People & Projects

Exploring South Korea

Successful gold explorer and producer Southern Gold saw an international opportunity earlier this year and has never looked back. Known in Australia for its cornerstone

Occupational Health & Safety

Automated vehicle reform needed

Australian transport ministers met at a Transport and Infrastructure Council meeting in November to discuss a series of reform initiatives to facilitate increased



The rollicking ride of Mongolian mining

As foreign visitors to Mongolia can sorely attest, riding the small but sturdy local Mongol horses can be a taxing experience which often ends with a bump.

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