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).
The Victorian Parliament has established the Latrobe Valley-based Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority and Post Closure Fund, which will make rehabilitation for the area’s coal mines stronger and more transparent.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has pushed regulators to improve approval timeframes and reduce regulatory costs instead of ‘making things worse’.
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 South Australian Government will inject $10 million into the exploration of untapped mineral resources, at a time when the state’s exploration investment figures are the lowest in a decade.
The Victorian Government is set to introduce a 2.75 per cent royalty to gold miners, in line with all other Australian states.
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.
The Australian Labor Party intends to develop a $46 million mining technology centre in Perth, Western Australia, if it wins the upcoming federal election.
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.
Australia’s resources exports delivered a record $248 billion in revenue in 2018, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Ewen Hosie talks with mining experts and film critics to discuss how the industry can change its negative perception at the movies.
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.
The mining sector has responded to the recent change in Australia’s leadership, which sees Scott Morrison’s appointment as Prime Minister.
Coal is projected to emerge as Australia’s largest export earner, generating $58.1 billion for the 2018-19 financial year.
Australia’s coal generation fleet recorded its fourth-highest summer availability for the past decade in 2017-18, according to the Australian Energy Market Operator’s Summer 2017-18 operations review.
Supporting Australia’s mining companies to create more high-wage, high-skill jobs is the best way to strengthen regional communities and lessen inequality, according to Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) interim chief executive officer David Byers.