The Australian Government has injected $125 million into expanding Geoscience Australia’s Exploring for the Future minerals exploration program to strengthen the resources sector.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has released a climate action plan (CAP) towards achieving net zero emissions globally and in Australia.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has awarded scholarships to three women in the minerals industry to help them secure company board positions.
Australia’s minerals sector has paid $39.3 billion in company taxes and royalties in the 2018-19 financial year, a record high for the sector.
The Minerals Council of Australia is among mining councils that have called for a reform of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 to aid a better environment, more jobs and faster economic recovery.
The Productivity Commission believes that the mining industry receives “disproportionately small” government assistance compared with its contribution to the Australian economy.
Increase in Australia’s resources export revenue has underpinned a 29 per cent increase in the value of Australia’s goods export in March compared to the previous month.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has welcomed the $123 million Federal Government funding to support Indigenous businesses and communities in their responses to COVID-19.
The Australian mining industry has provided more tax than all other industry averages, according to a KPMG survey.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has partnered with Australian universities to develop career pathways into the mining industry.
Queensland Nationals MP Keith Pitt has succeeded Matt Canavan as Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia.
Federal Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan has resigned from the frontbench after opting to support Barnaby Joyce’s demand to be reinstated into the Nationals leadership. Senator Canavan congratulated Michael McCormack for his re-election as Leader of the Nationals in a statement earlier today. “It has been a great honour to work with … Continue reading Resources industry supports Matt Canavan after resignation
Anyone passing Yallourn mine in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley during October may have thought there were a number of serious incidents occurring with all of the chaos going on. Salomae Haselgrove explains what was really happening.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) Victorian branch has hit back at the state government’s proposed 2.75 per cent gold royalty, labelling it as “unfair”.
Four in 10 Australians want the ban on nuclear power lifted, according to a polling by JWS Research.
The Minerals Council of Australia is working to entice young people to a role in the mining industry, with its More to Mining careers guide.
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.