AVZ Minerals managing director Nigel Ferguson has met with the Tanzanian Government to advance transportation discussions for the Manono lithium and tin project.
Aus Tin Mining has encountered disruptions to its mining operations at the Granville East Mine.
Apple plans to use 100 per cent recycled rare earth elements in a key component of its latest iPhones.
TNT Mines plans to sell its Aberfoyle and Great Pyramid tin and tungsten projects in north-eastern Tasmania to private Canadian company TinOne Resources.
AVZ Minerals has appointed GR Engineering Services (GRES) as its definitive feasibility study (DFS) engineer for the company’s Manono lithium and tin project in Congo.
AVZ Minerals has struck a strategic partnership with the world’s largest manufacturers of cobalt chemicals to advance its Manono lithium and tin project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Aus Tin Mining has received regulatory approval to start mining at the Taronga tin project in New South Wales.
Venture Minerals has secured a binding iron ore offtake agreement with Singaporean company Prosperity Steel at the Riley mine in northwest Tasmania.
AVZ Minerals has raised $9.8 million which will fast-track its Manono lithium and tin project in the Congo toward production.
Lithium Australia has completed its acquisition of the Sadisdorf lithium/tin resource and Hegelshöhe exploration project from Tin International in Germany.
AVZ Minerals has achieved a record 341.62m intersection from the Manono lithium project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Aus Tin Mining has awarded a contract to Jemrok to undertake mining activities and the construction of a tailings storage facility for the Granville tin mine expansion in Tasmania.
AVZ Minerals has entered into an agreement with Equity Drilling for the first half of a planned 40,000 metre lithium drilling project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The Iron ore price has fallen below $US60 a tonne for the first time since late June.
Australia’s smallest state may see the strongest revival as the mining industry slowly claws its way out of the downturn.
A small earthquake at Tasmania’s Renison tin project has created a temporary production halt.
The NSW state government will dish out up to $2 million in funds to assist companies looking to undertake exploration drilling programs.
Indonesia has allowed two companies to export some metal ore concentrates after they agreed to pay a new 20 per cent tax.
The Tasmanian minister for resources Paul Harriss has granted a mining lease for Venture Minerals, quashing objections from environmentalists.
With demand for tin ever outstripping supply among dwindling global reserves, new discoveries by Trafford Resources will be a boon for the explorer.