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Local workers deliver bridge for Eliwana project

Premier Mark McGowan today visited Naval Base to inspect work on major bridges for Fortescue Metals Group's (Fortescue) $1.7 billion Eliwana Mine and Railway Project and announced approval for Stage 2 of the railway component.

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In-demand rare earths boost Lynas

Lynas Corp has posted a 7.4 per cent rise in quarterly revenue as higher demand for rare earth elements countered weaker prices.

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St Barbara cuts forecast on Gwalia delay

Operational delays at Gwalia continue to plague St Barbara, with the company announcing it had cut its production forecast for the 122-year-old mine.

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New WesTrac training facility to open in Collie

The first autonomous truck training facility in the southern hemisphere will be built in Collie and is expected to attract more than 300 students to the South West town each year as it transition to life after coal.

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Worker trapped in collapse at Henty Gold Mine

A mining worker has been reported missing underground on Tasmania's west coast.

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FMG now WA’s second biggest firm

Fortescue Metals Group has claimed the title of WA’s second biggest company from oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum as the iron ore miner’s shares continue to hit fresh 10-year highs.

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Top end open for business

The Northern Territory is better known for its tongue-in-cheek tourism campaigns than it is for

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Products and Technology

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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People and Projects

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. 

Occupational Health and Safety

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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