The New Zealand EPA today revealed they would not give approval for Trans Tasman to mine undersea iron sands in the South Taranaki Bight.
A world first in underwater commercial metals mining may be just around the corner, with New Zealand on the verge of giving the green-light this week.
OceanaGold will cut 60 jobs from its Reefton gold mine as operations at the site wind down.
More than 100 jobs are tipped to be cut from the Stockton coal mine in New Zealand as the operation undergoes a major restructure.
Well known Kiwi musician Dave Dobbyn is crafting a musical memorial to the Pike River mining tragedy.
New Zealand’s Solid Energy has imported Australian Dan Clifford, from GlencoreXstrata, to head the state owned miner.
TransTasman Resources has sought permission to conduct offshore ironsands mining off the South Taranaki coast in New Zealand.
Bathurst Resources Takitimu coal mine has halted production after WorkSafe inspectors handed down probation notices last week.
Gerry Morris explains how new documents on Pike Tragedy “deal” show yawning gap between the intent of the law and its application.
Unprofitable coal prices cause Bathurst to announce indefinite delay to mining at Escarpment, NZ
Ngapuhui miners currently working in Australia have been told they won’t be welcome home if they return to work in New Zealand’s Northland area.
NZ heavy machinery maintenance company Gough Group has cut nearly 40 staff following OceanaGold’s decision to reduce operations at the Macraes gold mine.
OceanaGold has announced it will cut more than 100 jobs at its Macraes gold mine in New Zealand.
All charges laid against former Pike River mine boss Peter Whittall over the 2010 explosion which killed 29 miners, have been dropped.
“Tragedy at Pike River Mine: how and why 29 men died” by award winning New Zealand business journalist Rebecca Macfie is a compelling, fact-upon-fact account of New Zealand’s worst mining disaster for almost a century.
Two Australian doctors have shown opposition for a new open cast coal mine in Waikato, New Zealand.
The New Zealand Green Party has labelled a gold mine near Waihi in the country North Island as “inappropriate”, saying it is on Department of Conservation land in the Karangahake Gorge.
A plan is currently being formatted to re-enter the collapsed Pike River mine.
In the aftermath of New Zealand’s 2010 Pike River coal mine tragedy which killed 29 men, the government is reviewing its mining safety regulations.
OceanaGold’s New Zealand Reefton operations are not viable at a gold price under $NZ2000 an ounce, the company has revealed.