A new coal mine in Central Queensland will create more than 100 local jobs as Carabella Resources pushes ahead with plans to go from explorer to producer.
Around 50 workers will be axed from Gladstone’s oil shale demonstration facility as the plant goes into care and maintenance.
Brookfield Multiplex has completed the $200 million accommodation village at Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill mine in the Pilbara, paving the way for more than 2000 workers to move onto the site.
Gujarat NRE shares have been put on hold as the company tries to raise $58 million in a deal which would see Jindal Steel increase its stake in the company.
Owner of the Great Australian Mine on the outskirts of Cloncurry have switched from a FIFO workforce of 80 per cent to just 20 per cent by deciding to hire locally.
Employees at Peabody’s Helensburgh mine will return to work tonight after the company and the CFMEU reached an in principal agreement around a new pay deal.
Rio Tinto subsidiary Coal & Allied is set to shed jobs at its Hunter Valley Operations, with 30 roles from its workshop and warehouse on the chopping block.
240 people will lose their jobs in mid-2014 as mining equipment manufacturer Caterpillar continues to respond to slowing demand from the resources sector.
Rio Tinto and BHP are finalising plans to submit in the US which seek to develop one of the world’s largest copper deposits in a $US6 billion project.
It seems everyone is trying to cash in on the Queensland gas boom, with Bechtel warning job seekers of scam agencies promising employment with the company in exchange for cash.
Toowoomba manufacturer Russell Mineral Equipment will cut between 50 and 100 jobs in response to weakening conditions in the mining sector.
Mining machinery dealer WesTrac has announced a further 650 jobs will be shed, following 375 redundancies announced in late-June, citing a reduced demand from the resources sector.
Some of the workers from the Caterpillar plant in Burnie will work at the factory in Thailand that took jobs from their own plant.
Gujarat workers are finally set to receive wages owed to them as the company’s new managers announce plans to pour up to $350 million into the business to keep it running.
Mining equipment manufacturer Caterpillar will cut 200 jobs from its Burnie plant in Tasmania’s north-west.
A new report by Energy Skills Queensland found the gas sector will employ more than 14,100 workers when it peaks in 2024, double the number predicted previously.
Anglo American will cut 200 contractor jobs at its Dawson coal mine in Queensland as the company moves to reduce operating costs.
Shree Minerals have officially opened the Nelson Bay River mine after a protracted process which saw court injunctions and protests levelled against the company.
The NSW Minerals Council is seeking women with experience in the state’s mining industry to fill out a quick survey so it can better understand how to attract and retain females to the sector.
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.