Alkane Resources has pledged to progress with its plan to separate from Australian Strategic Materials, the owner of the $1.3 billion Dubbo project.
Alkane Resources is a step closer to developing the Dubbo polymetallic project in New South Wales after receiving Export Finance Australia (EFA)’s interest in financing the project.
Alkane Resources’ Dubbo Zirconia Project has been approved by the NSW Planning Assessment Commission.
Alkane Resources’ Dubbo Zirconia Project has been recommended for approval by the Planning Assessment Commission.
A proposed sand quarry near Dubbo has been criticised by local residents.
New South Wales has moved a step closer to developing its first uranium mine, with six companies invited to apply for exploration licences.
Alkane Resources’ Dubbo Zirconia Project is a step closer to being granted final approval after the NSW Department of Planning and Environment awarded the project the green light.
Located 25 kilometres south of Dubbo the $1 billion Dubbo Zirconia Project (DZP) will create 450 jobs and have a 70-year lifespan.
Alkane Resources has reached a major milestone with the pouring of first gold at its $116 million Tomingley mine.
The Dubbo City Mining Growth Strategy has received a leg-up from the state government, with $80,000 worth of funding directed to the project.
The environmental impact study for Alkane Resources’ Dubbo zirconia project in New South Wales’ Central West has gone on public display.
A $100,000 underground loader has been donated to the Western Dubbo TAFE campus and will be used to train students.
While the global rare earths supply is stretched, a NSW producer is working with the Government to bring a fresh supply to the world, writes Andrew Duffy.