Bathurst Resources has executed a joint venture deal with Perth-based Jameson Resources to finance the development of the Crown Mountain coking coal project in Canada.
OceanaGold Corp delivered record annual gold output and met its production guidance for the sixth consecutive year in 2017.
Komatsu has launched a project management technology it says will add significant benefits to the construction phase of mining.
Scott Wooldridge has been appointed as Rockwell Automaton’s managing director for Australia and New Zealand.
The Queensland department of natural resources and mines (DNRM) has granted the final heritage approval for Carbine Resources’ Mount Morgan gold copper project, southwest of Rockhampton.
A new $5 billion iron ore project is on the cards for the Pilbara, set to create more than 12,000 jobs for the region.
WorkSafe New Zealand has dropped all charges and appeals against former Pike River coal mine head Peter Whitall after his insurer paid survivors and the victims’ families.
A miner has been killed after his loader tipped, while operating underground at OceanaGold’s Waihi mine.
Industry representatives from the mining, quarrying, and contracting sectors are calling for site managers to renew competency certificates or risk losing their jobs.
New Talisman Gold Mines (NTL) has entered a binding agreement with Newcrest International over the Rahu Project north of the Talisman mine in New Zealand.
OceanaGold’s Waihi Martha open cut mine’s northern wall has collapsed. The wall slip occurred yesterday, sending around two million tonnes of rock tumbling into the pit. Oceanagold spokesperson Kit Wilson said the incident was not unexpected, according to the NZ Herald. The miner has been monitoring instability on the north wall since November last year … Continue reading Gold mine sees pit wall collapse
What remains of Solid Energy is cutting more than 40 jobs at its Stockton coal mine.
Solid Energy will close the Huntley East coal mine.
Solid Energy will enter voluntary administration.
A worker has been injured during demolition work at the Pike River coal mine.
The New Zealand Government is spending NZ$6 million in surveying to improve national mining data.
In the wake of New Zealand’s rejection of adopting Australian level mining safety laws, Jo Ufer, the mother of a miner lost in the Pike River tragedy, speaks out.
A bill designed to implement Australia’s level of underground mining safety regulations in New Zealand has been quashed.
Z Energy will acquire Chevron New Zealand for NZ$785 million.
Newmont Waihi Gold has terminated a contract with Macmahon and cut 50 jobs following a land slip at one of its mines.