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.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has decried anti-mining advocates in a speech to the Minerals Council in Canberra as the coalition government revealed new plans for mining.
Australia’s resources exports delivered a record $248 billion in revenue in 2018, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) stands behind the Federal Opposition’s national strategy to develop the country’s hydrogen sector, noting that “Australia is already leading the way”.
The QRC and CFMEU have joined forces to criticise an Australian Greens Party proposal to ban thermal coal mining in the Galilee Basin, Queensland.
Victorian Minister for Resources Tim Pallas has announced successful tender for six local explorers in the Stavely mineral province of Western Victoria.
Commonwealth Government’s Resources 2030 Taskforce has released recommendations to enhance the performance and competitiveness of Australia’s resources sector, which are the first since the late 1990s.
Labor Party plans to introduce new labour hire (temp) licensing regulations have been shot down by mining advocates as unfair to workers in the resources sector.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has claimed in a recent government submission that Australian mining reform has stalled, particularly in terms of streamlining project approvals and modernising workplace relations.
In 2017, Australia recorded its highest-ever annual level of coal exports – valued at $57 billion – making it Australia’s second largest export. Coupled with that, Australia is predicted to be the leading LNG exporter by 2022.
Mining industry organisations such as the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) and Queensland Resources Council (QRC) have backed the Turnbull Government’s 2018 federal budget.
The high-profile ‘Change the Rules’ campaign on worker rights by the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has come under criticism from both the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) and Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA).
Northern Territory Treasurer Nicole Manison has revealed state budget plans to introduce increased royalties on the mining industry, a situation the chief executive officer (CEO) of the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) has called “an absolute disaster for the Northern Territory economy”.
The Australian mining sector doubled its economic contribution over the last year thanks to massive tax increases in 2016–17, according to David Byers, interim chief executive of the Minerals Council of Australia.