Four in 10 Australians want the ban on nuclear power lifted, according to a polling by JWS Research.
The Australian Government is prioritising the development of the nation’s position as a global supplier of rare earths and high performance metals.
What else apart from the obvious could mined products be used for once they reach end consumers? The Minerals Council of Australia presents the less-thought-of everyday things.
The Victorian Government has continued with its plans to apply a 2.75 per cent gold royalty starting 2020, claiming paying mines are expected to remain profitable.
Not only are companies constantly faced with hiring decisions throughout the course of a mine life, they must also contend with the FIFO debate in Australia’s mining regions.
There has been an increasing support for Australia’s mining industry from both men and women across all age groups, according to the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA).
Australia’s investment in mineral exploration has surged during the 2018-2019 period on the back of growing interest in gold.
The Australian Government’s plan to reduce margins on income tax for workers in high-payingindustries such as mining has received a positive response from the industry.
The resources industry has welcomed the final approval of Adani’s Carmichael mine and infrastructure project.
The Productivity Commission’s Trade and Assistance Review 2017–18 has reported that the Australian mining industry is not subsidised, according to the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA).
The Victorian Government is set to introduce a 2.75 per cent royalty to gold miners, in line with all other Australian states.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has backed the Morrison Government’s economic focus of creating jobs, responsible economic management and delivering strong budget surpluses.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has announced that former federal cabinet minister Helen Coonan will replace Vanessa Guthrie as the organisation’s new chair.
A Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) study shows that mining job demand has risen considerably over the past three years.
Cameco Australia has secured federal environmental approval for the Yeelirrie uranium project in Western Australia after a “complex” two-year process.
Leading miners, METS companies and universities discuss how Australia is solidifying a record year in 2018 by adding more talent into the field.
The Australian Labor Party intends to develop a $46 million mining technology centre in Perth, Western Australia, if it wins the upcoming federal election.
AusIMM board director René Sterk discusses the impact of the JORC Code, clears up some of its misconceptions and details the importance of education in this space.
Australia and Indonesia have signed a trade deal that will bring greater opportunities for Australia’s mining equipment, technology and services (METS) companies.
Technology adoption and innovation in the resources sector will have significant impact on hiring, with industry employment projections set to increase over the next five years, a report by advisory firm Ernst and Young (EY) confirmed.