Burrup Materials’ director has defended his mine proposal on heritage-listed land in the Pilbara, after coming under attack from a Greens MP.
Morris Corporation has won a $435 million contract to provide catering and hospitality through its Indigenous joint ventures at Fortescue’s Pilbara operations.
The Banjima people of Western Australia’s Pilbara region have won a Native Title claim covering over 10,000sqkm after a 15-year court battle.
A country club in the Pilbara has been inundated with calls from people who have paid deposits to attend a mining exhibition that doesn’t exist.
Investigating power transmission and distribution in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia.
The previous boss of Toll Holdings will finance new mining camps, led by Melbourne’s investment company Lyons Capital.
Acid contamination could threaten mining giant BHP Billiton’s attempt to sell its old Mount Goldsworthy iron ore mine in the Pilbara to company Nimbus Mines.
Fortescue Metals closed a $1.15 billion deal on Friday with Taiwanese steel firm Formosa Plastics which will see its FMG Iron Bridge project get off the ground.
Iron ore powerhouse Fortescue Metals Group has boosted its export capacity to 155 million tonnes a year with the completion of its Pilbara port expansion project.
Six months on from the FIFO inquiry, two Queensland MPs have slammed the Labor Government for failing to implement any of the report’s 21 recommendations.
Fortescue has reached its set target of awarding more than $1 billion in contracts to Indigenous businesses by the end of 2013.
Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest’s Fortescue Minerals Group is facing claims it traded during insolvency during last year’s iron ore decline, resulting in lapse of a contract worth more than $8 million.
Fortescue Metals Group are planning on cutting operational costs in the Pilbara by building a gas pipeline to link its Solomon and Chichester iron ore mines.
Iron ore producer Atlas Iron has welcomed a new railway in Western Australia’s iron ore Pilbara region, calling it a “fantastic solution”.
Rio Tinto have submitted documents to develop one of the biggest iron ore mines in the Pilbara, expected to export as much as 70 million tonnes a year.
Rio Tinto will face mining magnate Gina Rinehart in court again after the company appealed against a court order to pay Hancock Prospecting and another company almost $200 million.
Gina Rinehart plans to build a mine on her family’s cattle station in the Pilbara capable of producing 5 million tonnes of iron ore a year.
Western Australia’s main resources safety regulator has issued a warning to Pilbara mining operators and workers following a spike in manual handling injuries.
Contractor Downer Mining will lay off staff at Fortescue Metals Groups’ Christmas Creek iron ore mine in the Pilbara.
Junior miners Brockman Mining and Flinders mines have signed a supply, infrastructure cooperation agreement in the Pilbara, saying they will work together on a transport solution that will get their product to market.