BHP Billiton will today outline the productivity drives it has been pushing at its Western Australia Iron Ore business in order to produce record tonnes of the commodity.
A tropical low forming off Indonesia is likely to form a cyclone that will hit the Pilbara.
February was a busy month for the Pilbara Ports Authority which exported record tonnages of iron ore and set two new records.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority will investigate an incident which injured two men on a ship which was moored at the Roy Hill Port.
Fortescue Metals Group has posted an 81 per cent profit slump due to the falling price of iron ore.
A rail bridge running near Rio Tinto’s Brockman 2 mine has collapsed.
Head contractor at the Roy Hill project has transferred Laing O’Rourke’s terminated contract to Queensland company Goodline.
Two miners in WA have shown the world their romantic side, posting a video of themselves singing a Whitney Houston classic on Valentine’s Day.
Laing O’Rourke has lost a $215 million contract at Roy Hill mine after a commercial dispute with head contractor Samsung C&T.
BC Iron is looking to renegotiate the terms of several of its workforce contracts in order to save money amid the weak price of iron ore.
Investigations are continuing into an incident in which an iron ore train hit a grader working on a rail in the Pilbara.
Fortescue Metals Group slashed its iron ore production costs by 11 per cent in the December quarter while shipping 47 per cent more of the commodity.
A heatwave in the Pilbara is set to send temperatures soaring past 49C.
Citic has been forced to writedown the value of its Sino Iron project in the Pilbara by $1.8 billion due the falling price of iron ore.
BHP has reportedly brought to an end its existing contracts in the Pilbara as the miner seeks to cut costs.
Western Australia’s Department of Mines and Petroleum has issued prohibition notices at Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill mine.
BHP has partnered with the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority to hold a ‘think thank’ as part of a multi-million dollar Restoration Seed Bank Initiative.
Pilbara MP Brendan Grylls has declared plans to oppose the renewal of FIFO leases around Karratha and Newman.
A Fortescue Metals Group executive has admitted the company has “a bit of a” drug problem on its work sites in the Pilbara.
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