The expected closure of Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine in 2021 is set to significantly reduce Australia’s rough diamond output.
Rio Tinto has unveiled its annual showcase of the world’s rarest pink and red diamonds at its Argyle mine site in the east Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Rio Tinto has revealed one of the largest gem-quality white diamonds in the 35-year history of its Argyle mine in the Kimberley, Western Australia.
A pink diamond that was first cut in the 1920s has reached a world-record sum at a Christie’s auction in Geneva.
Rio Tinto has unveiled the largest vivid pink diamond in the 84-year history of its Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender during a world exclusive preview in Sydney.
Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine in WA has discovered a large violet diamond, dubbing it “The Argyle Violet”.
Lucapa Diamond has discovered pink diamonds after mining trials in a new section of its Lulo alluvial diamond mine in Angola. The area, known as E46, found several diamonds, including a 0.2 carat intense fancy pink diamond, a 59 carat Type I diamond and a 33 carat Type IIa D colour diamond. The company stated … Continue reading More pink diamonds discovered
Rio Tinto’s Argyle diamond mine has teamed up with the Perth Mint to create a rare coin worth $8800.
Rio Tinto has cut positions from its Argyle diamond mine as CEO Sam Walsh reiterates his love for the gem.
Rio Tinto’s Argyle diamond mine has given the US Smithsonian Institute 500 carats of rough diamonds as a gift.
Japan’s First Lady has been given an exclusive preview of Rio Tinto’s Argyle pink diamond collection before the cluster go on official tender in August.
Rio Tinto’s Argyle diamond mine is going alcohol-free, with workers fearing that other mine sites around the country will follow suit.
It is understood more jobs have been cut at Rio Tinto’s Argyle diamond mine in Western Australia.
Rio Tinto has launched its latest diamond marketing program in China, stating that the growth in volume from its Argyle mine will help meet Asia’s growing demand for the precious mineral.
Some of Rio Tinto’s largest rough diamonds from three of its operating diamond mines have gone under the hammer.
From September 1, Jean-Marc Lieberherr will take over the managing director’s position and will be responsible for all aspects of the diamonds business.
Rio Tinto has axed 78 contractors from its Argyle diamond mine located in the Kimberley, not even a month since the company announced it would not be pursuing the potential divestment of the asset.
After pushing for the potential divestment of its global diamond assets, Rio Tinto has now opted to retain its assets.
Rio Tinto has officially opened its underground operation at the Argyle diamond mine in the Kimberley, following the exhaustion of the site’s open-cut operation.
Rio Tinto has slashed 350 construction positions from its Argyle diamond mine.