Rare earths miner Lynas Corp has failed to secure approval from Malaysian regulators to lift its lanthanide concentrate processing limit for 2019.

Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Super Pit could be back in West Australian hands by the New Year.

Mining contractor Perenti Global has cut its expected annual profit by 14 per cent, sending its shares sharply lower, following the termination of a contract held by subsidiary African Mining Services (AMS) in Ghana.

Lynas Corp shares have surged following news it submitted a tender in response to the US Department of Defense's call for proposals to build a heavy rare earths separation plant.

BHP says it will remain a member of all current industry associations after reviewing their climate and energy policy positions.

Lefroy Exploration has got a spring in its step after picking up a gold-copper prospect in a “highly contested ballot”.

Gold hopeful Genesis Minerals is looking to up the ante in the northern Goldfields after joining forces with Kin Mining in a joint-venture farm-in agreement south of Leonora.

Rio Tinto is considering its options after the Takeovers Panel ruled the mining giant can’t use its funding of a clean up of a controversial Northern Territory uranium mine to acquire a partially owned subsidiary.

Four proponents eyeing off land west of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s townsite could be the shot in the arm the Goldfields city needs to position itself as Australia’s leading critical minerals processing centre.

Workers at a world-first rare earths mine in the East Kimberley are being encouraged to move to fly in and fly out of Broome.

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.