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Red 5 KOTH goes back underground
Red 5’s King of the Hills gold project remains on track for first gold production after recommencing underground mining on March 31.
Curtin’s mining course second best in the world
Curtin University is the top Australian and second global university for mineral and mining engineering for the sixth year in a row.
New mines needed in Victoria by 2030: MCA
The Victorian mining industry had an economic output of $1 billion in 2020-21, sustaining more than 4700 full-time jobs, according to a report commissioned by the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA).
BHP leverages Liebherr for South Flank mining muscle
BHP has partnered with Liebherr to power its R 9600 excavator fleet at the South Flank iron ore mine in Western Australia, reducing maintenance and standardising parts.
WA Bill to simplify transfer of prospecting licences
Red tape and inefficiencies relating to prospecting licences will be reduced in Western Australia, with the State Government introducing the Duties Amendment Bill 2022 as part of the upcoming budget.
Mineral Resources responds to global lithium demand
Mineral Resources will increase production from its Wodgina and Mt Marion spodumene mines in response to unprecedented global lithium demand.
Major miners set sail for iron ore green corridor
Rio Tinto and BHP have signed a letter of intent to assess the development of an iron ore Green Corridor between Australia and East Asia.
BHP renews 24-hour power for Nickel West
BHP has signed a power purchase agreement with Enel Green Power, securing 100 per cent renewable energy for three major nickel operations in Western Australia.
Minister makes call on Bundaberg coal proposal
Queensland Resources Minister Scott Stewart has refused Fox Resources’ application for a mineral development licence to further the company’s exploration for coal north of Bundaberg, citing the decision was based on public interest.
WA skills summits to boost regional workforce
The WA Government has hosted 10 regional skills summits across the state progressing practical actions to address workforce needs.
Northern Territory guides mineral exploration
Mineral explorers in the Northern Territory can now access a new guide designed to make exploration simpler and more attractive to investors.
Movers & shakers: The month’s mining developments
Keep up with the latest developments in Australian mines, including at the Thunderbird mineral sands, Dartbrook coal, and Kalgoorlie nickel projects.
Newcastle puts on a show for Austmine Mining Innovation Roadshow
The Austmine Mining Innovation Roadshow was held yesterday seeing many industry professionals come together in person for the first time.
WesTrac makes noise suppression its own
WesTrac has bolstered its noise suppression capabilities with the acquisition of Hushpak Engineering, an Australian manufacturer for the mining, manufacturing and construction industries.
Rio launches record recruitment campaign
Rio Tinto is seeking its biggest ever intake of 450 Australian students for its 2023 Graduate and Vacation program, more than four-times the total of the 2022 program, with Western Australia a focus area for the mining giant.
Sandvik adds Toro LH208L to its range
Sandvik adds the Toro LH208L loader to the Toro family, designed to operate efficiently in conditions where working height is limited.
Moxa unveils next-gen industrial networking solutions
A leader in industrial communications and networking, Moxa, has announced the launch of its next-generation industrial Ethernet switches, the EDS-4000/G4000 Series.
Coal predicted to exceed $100 billion annual export mark
The 2021-22 Australian resources and energy export earnings forecast shows that figures will soar to a record-high of $425 billion.
Whitehaven expands Narrabri until 2044
Whitehaven Coal has received approval to extend its Narrabri coal mine from the New South Wales Independent Planning Commission, adding 82 million tonnes to its extraction plans.
Mineral export tariffs eliminated with India agreement
The resources sector will be one of the main beneficiaries after the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement was officially signed, making exports to India cheaper and creating huge new opportunities for workers and businesses.