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St Barbara slowly overcomes COVID at Simberi
St Barbara has more than halved its gold production target at the Simberi gold mine in Papua New Guinea, as a COVID-19 outbreak comes back under control.
Anglo American suspends all operations following on-site incident
Anglo American has ceased mining activities at the Moranbah North coal mine in Queensland, following an incident moving old equipment from an underground roadway.
Westgold puts staff first as COVID impacts operations
Increasing COVID-19 cases in Western Australia have caused staffing problems for miners with Westgold Resources and Wiluna Mining reporting operations impacted by quarantined workers.
Orica crushes material measurement with new FRAGTrack
Orica has developed FRAGTrack Crusher, a blast fragmentation technology using artificial intelligence (AI) for material measurement during truck tipping.
Rinehart and Twiggy top Australia’s rich list again
Australia’s top 10 richest people of 2022 have been revealed with mining magnate Gina Rinehart topping the list for the second year in a row.
Plotlogic catches the eye of BHP, Google investors
PlotLogic, a mining technology start-up, has raised $25 million to support its OreSense geological mapping technology, benefitting customers such as BHP, Anglo American and Glencore.
Port of Dampier set for new multi-user wharf
Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) has sought expressions of interest for the design and construction of a new wharf at the Port of Dampier in Western Australia.
Mining jobs grow as Anglo appoints new apprentices
The ABS latest Labour Force Survey data showing total mining employment has increased by over 26,000 people in the past year.
Karara seeks 2050 expansion
Karara Mining has proposed to expand its namesake iron ore project in Western Australia, with a new mine life to 2050 and a production rate of 37Mtpa
Gold leads exploration expenditure in the NT
Mineral exploration expenditure in the Northern Territory is booming with figures from the December quarter up 38 per cent to $45.1 million on the previous period in 2020.
Thunderbird is go with GR Engineering deal
GR Engineering has won a $179.5 million contract with Kimberley Mineral Sands for a processing plant at the Thunderbird operations in WA.
Follow the leaders: This month’s executive movements
Keep up with the latest executive movements across the mining sector, including at DRA Global, Schlam and Gold Industry Group. Engineering group DRA Global managing director and chief executive officer Andrew Naude has stepped down from both roles after nine years as a senior executive. Naude’s stint at the top saw him become DRA’s longest-serving … Continue reading Follow the leaders: This month’s executive movements
Sandvik to trial 3D printing for machine parts
Sandvik and Boliden are conducting a small-scale trial of 3D manufactured parts that will be installed on underground drill rigs.
Weir Minerals and AVEVA band together
Weir Minerals, a leading supplier of equipment and services to the mining industry, and AVEVA, a global leader in industrial software, driving digital transformation and sustainability, have signed a digital business framework for strategic cooperation. Weir Minerals will utilise the AVEVA PI System to collect, contextualise and analyse data streams, which will become the data … Continue reading Weir Minerals and AVEVA band together
SensOre, Unico sign for upscaled exploration tech
SensOre has signed with Unico to commercialise its mining exploration technology which improves success rates using artificial intelligence.
Engineering skills shortage solution
Engineers Australia is providing free, fast-tracked skills assessments as part of a Government incentive to address the skills shortage.
Mincor gets first nickel from Cassini
Mincor Resources has achieved another first development ore intersected on schedule at the new Cassini nickel mine in Western Australia.
Haslett succeeds Bell as Schlam chairperson
Perth-based mining company Schlam has appointed David Haslett as its new board chairperson, effective from February 1, 2022.
Used equipment back in vogue: Report
Used equipment sales have skyrocketed in a range of industries over the past 12 months, as tightened supply chains saw buyers getting competitive for locally sourced machines.
Alien lands on the Munni Munni
Alien Metals has moved to secure one the Australia’s largest platinum group element (PGE) bodies with the 100 per cent acquisition of the Munni Munni project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.