Blackham Resources is set to sell its Lake Way tenements in Western Australia to Salt Lake Potash for $10 million in cash.

 

Schenck Process will design, manufacture, supply and commission vibrating screens and feeders for the greenfield Mina Justa copper mine in Peru following a contract win.

The escalation of anti-mining company rhetoric from the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder last week will culminate in a vote at Monday’s council meeting to build a war chest of data aimed at proving the industry is failing the community.

Local MPs have lashed out at claims by City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder leaders that mining companies are not giving enough back to the community.

The annual Diggers & Dealers conference is on track to be one of the biggest yet according to its owner.

Fortescue Metals Group has held talks in Liberia on opportunities in the West African nation, though it disputes a government claim it has already agreed to join a plan to upgrade the nation’s railways — a key step to unlocking iron ore riches in neighbouring Guinea.

Ausdrill Limited have secured funding from Khoemacau for its approximately $800 million, five-year underground mining services contract at the Zone 5 Mine in Botswana. 

Students in the Pilbara were left inspired about a range of engineering disciplines after a visit from the University of Western Australia last month.

Leaders from two Pilbara chambers of commerce have emphasised the damaging effects of fly-in, fly-out work on the region after Rio Tinto released a report championing the economic benefits of FIFO work to other regional areas.

Australian Potash could be just a fortnight away from releasing the findings of a definitive feasibility study at its Lake Wells sulphate of potash project.

A Goldfields miner has hit back at the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, arguing they cannot employ residents which “don’t exist” after the City’s leaders lashed out at the industry over an alleged failure to meet community standards.