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MinRes has taken home two more awards at the 2023 AIM WA Pinnacle Awards.
Fortescue, Leadership changes, News

New leadership changes hitting the resources sector

Fortescue and SRK have both announced new changes to their leadership teams.

WA Cabinet undergoes reshuffle

The Western Australian Government has announced the replacement for former WA Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston.
Yancoal brings science to the classroom

Yancoal levels up science in the classroom

The University of Newcastle has brought science to primary schools across the Upper Hunter region of New South Wales thanks …

QRC supports future resources industry leaders

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) hosted the state’s next generation of leaders and innovators at a camp in Brisbane last …

Boss Energy raises millions

Boss Energy has successfully raised $205 million for future uranium exploration.
copper, bhp, oz minerals, bhp, esg

Major leadership shake-ups at BHP

BHP has made significant changes to its executive leadership team.
Closing Loopholes

‘Same job, same pay’ set to become law

The Federal Government’s Closing Loopholes Bill is set to pass parliament today after it was split by the Senate earlier …

Mining Commodities

The Gold Road to diversity

Gold Road Resources has made great strides in encouraging diversity in all areas of its business.
Lynas Kalgoorlie

Lynas ramps up rare earths at Kalgoorlie

Lynas Rare Earths has announced the first feed of Mount Weld material at its Kalgoorlie processing facility in Western Australia.

Rio seeks approval for Winu ‘copper whopper’

Rio Tinto is seeking environmental approval for a new copper mine in Western Australia.

More minerals needed for the ‘renewables revolution’: COP28

The latest UN climate conference, COP28, has confirmed what many have already suspected: the world needs more critical minerals to …

Evolution raises millions for new copper mine

Evolution Mining has completed a $525 million fully underwritten placement to support its acquisition of an 80 per cent stake …
The Northern Territory has recorded its highest ever mineral exploration expenditure, up by 30 per cent to $74.4 million.

Northern Territory minerals reach new heights

The Northern Territory has recorded its highest ever mineral exploration expenditure, up by 30 per cent to $74.4 million.

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Certified explosion proof pumps for underground coal mining

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Perfect Image shines the way

When it comes to safety on a mine sight, visibility is everything.

Equinix releases 2023–24 mining technology report

Since digital infrastructure company Equinix released its 2021–22 mining technology report two years ago, the global business landscape has changed significantly.

What does the journey to fossil-free steel look like?

Steel is the world’s most recycled material and seen as fundamental to a sustainable future – but only if steelmaking …

Understanding ESG Opportunities and Risks in Australian Mining

Sustainability has evolved from a secondary consideration to a vital determinant for survival within the Australian mining sector. The pillars …

Environmental, social and governance

Rio Tinto, UNESCO to drive sustainability in Mongolia

Rio Tinto has partnered with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) to foster sustainable development initiatives in …
Rio solar

Rio approves major solar farm in Cape York

Rio Tinto has approved a new 12.4 megawatt (MW) solar farm and battery storage for its Amrun bauxite operations near …
Fortescue decarbonisation

Fortescue sets sail for greener shipping

The Fortescue Green Pioneer has sailed from its base in Singapore to Dubai for COP28 with a strong message for …

Fortescue welcomes Federal emissions report

Fortescue has welcomed yesterday’s release of Australia’s latest emissions projections and congratulated the Federal Government on its national emissions trajectory.
coal methane reduction projects set to get millions

Mining methane reduction gets $4.35 million

The Australian Government has announced it will invest $4.35 million to reduce methane emissions in the mining sector.