In this year’s Budget announcement, much publicity for small businesses was built around the extension of the $20,000 instant asset write-off.

Some of Australia’s largest and most remote mines seem a world away from the threat of cybercrime. 

World Diamonds Council President Andrey Pokyakov speaks on rare gem trade.

There’s a bucket list to tick off, fish to be caught and golf to be played; but as the clock runs down, Simon Bennison’s mind is still firmly on mineral exploration.

Picture it. It’s a Friday, and after your shift you are headed off on a month-long holiday, far away from the sounds of heavy machinery, pumps, hoses and other underground mining equipment.

When the lifeblood of a mine is an ever-changing and potentially hazardous network of unsealed haul roads, how do you provide a safe working environment and maintain an efficient and prosperous haul road circuit operation? Here are my thoughts on why friction is important to a mining operation from safety and operating cost perspectives.

Australian investors are taking a leading role in developing South America’s lithium triangle, a region of high altitude brine lakes that spans Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.

Australia’s innovators are inefficient when it comes to applying ideas in practice, according to a Department of Industry, Innovation and Science report released in February.

Australia’s miners notably reduced their average days working capital in the 2016 financial year by paying their creditors later, according to a report from advisory firm McGrathNicol.

Engaged mining employees can directly impact a mining operation’s productivity, efficiency, safety levels and bottom line. This makes measuring employee engagement important to help maintain a high level of involvement, as well as determine ways to improve it.