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TNG strengthens relationship with GUNVOR

Australian strategic metals company TNG has signed a Binding Term Sheet with global commodity trader GUNVOR for potential offtake of 40 per cent of the high-purity vanadium pentoxide produced by the Company’s flagship 100 per cent-owned Mount Peake Vanadium-Titanium-Iron Project.

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Syama roaster repairs completed

Resolute Mining today announced the sulphide roaster at its Syama gold mine in Mali has been repaired.

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Persistence pays off as big cheese unveiled

Those involved in creating the $621 million Gruyere gold mine are holding up the development as a shining example of not only what is possible in remote WA in terms of discovering and generating new wealth, but also in sharing the benefits with the local Aboriginal community.

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Saracen backs in new Super Pit boss

Saracen Mineral Holdings boss Raleigh Finlayson says Saracen had nothing to do with the departure of the Super Pit’s former General Manager Cecile Thaxter.

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Reaching the next generation

Sixteen indigenous students from across the State spent the past week in the Goldfields as part of a program encouraging careers in the mining industry.

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Strong sector pushes rise in exploration

WA led a national rise in mineral exploration in the September quarter, pointing to further confidence in the resources sector and the broader State economy.

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Top end open for business

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Revolutionising conveyor health monitoring 

Taking real-time data and using it to enhance asset management, improve reliability and deliver ground-breaking predictive capabilities, Aura IQ is

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A nickel renaissance 

It is 50 years since Western Australian nickel grabbed the world’s attention as a burgeoning commodity, and now new industries are placing it back on the global stage. 

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Improving the balance

Operating at the top of an industry recognised for continually pushing the envelope when it comes to export figures, it is unsurprising Rio Tinto would look to improve

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Simplifying supply chains

When a Japan-bound ship carrying coal from Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal set sail from Queensland in August, it cemented a...

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