Cobalt Blue now holds 93.68 per cent interest in the Thackaringa cobalt project, and Broken Hill the remaining 6.32 per cent after the latter had failed to submit payment for the bankable feasibility study.
Broken Hill Prospecting has issued a dispute notice to joint venture (JV) partner Cobalt Blue Holdings over the Thackaringa cobalt project near Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Boss Resources has released an update on its restart strategy at the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia, 80km northwest of Broken Hill.
Though Swick was founded in 1995, the company didn’t start diamond drilling projects until nine years later.
Japanese trading house Mitsui has made an $86 million deal with Carpentaria Resources over the Hawsons iron project southwest of Broken Hill, New South Wales.
Broken Hill Prospecting’s joint Thackaringa cobalt project with Cobalt Blue has received strong results from its pre-feasibility study (PFS), indicating the project to be low-cost, high-purity, globally significant source of cobalt sulphate.
Carpentaria Resources has received Major Project Status for its majority-owned Hawsons iron ore project near Broken Hill in New South Wales.
The global iron ore market is evolving due to Chinese policy changes. Carpentaria Resources wants to capitalise on these changes at its high-quality Hawsons project.
The Australian Mining Cities Alliance (AMCA), a coalition between the mining towns of Broken Hill, Mount Isa and Kalgoorlie-Boulder, has been formally launched today in Canberra by minister for resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan.
Cobalt Blue and Castillo Copper are both making progress on cobalt projects in the Broken Hill region of New South Wales; the former has raised $2.5 million through Korean and Japanese investment for the Thackaringa project, while the latter is finalising strategy for its recent cobalt zone discoveries.
The towns of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia, Broken Hill, New South Wales, and Mount Isa, Queensland, have formed the Australian Mining Cities Alliance (AMCA) to strengthen mining ties across regional Australia.
BHP Billiton has unveiled a rebranding campaign that will see its name revert to BHP.
Broken Hill’s Perilya’s Southern Operations will cut between 90 and 100 positions from the historic silver, lead and zinc mine.
Around 120 jobs are expected to be cut from Perilya’s Southern Operations mine at Broken Hill.
BHP has gone back to its roots with a donation of $5.7 million to the Broken Hill City Council.
Management of mining company Perilya is pushing for its board to approve the reopening of Broken Hill North mine after being closed for more than 20 years.
CBH Resources has been given approval to develop a new silver, lead and zinc deposit near its existing Rasp mine in Broken Hill.
Executives from BHP Billiton have visited Broken Hill to have talks with Mayor Wincen Cuy about the city’s National Heritage listing.
Broken Hill’s rich mining history helped to name it as the first city on the National Heritage List.
Paddy O’Neill, the grandfather of Rio Tinto’s chief financial officer, will tonight be inducted to the Mining Hall of Fame.