Mining services based in metropolitan Melbourne will be forced to shut down after the state government announced stage 4 restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19.
South Australia has warned that Victoria’s mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector is likely to face disruptions following changes to the former’s COVID-19 travel rules.
Victoria is set to defer the collection of $3.5 million in rent and annual fees until January next year to give an immediate boost to mining and exploration companies.
Australia’s mining, resources and energy industry has received healthy salary growth despite an overall drop in SEEK job advertisements, according to a recent employment data report from the company.
Western Australia has become the top mining jurisdiction for investment, according to Fraser Institute’s annual survey of mining company rankings.
Kirkland Lake Gold has unearthed record production levels for the 2019 calendar year due to Fosterville’s revival of Victoria’s gold mines.
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The Victorian Government will favour mining companies that can demonstrate a commitment to engaging with Traditional Owners and boosting local jobs in a release of ground for gold exploration.
A former mine site will turn into a sight for sore eyes under Alcoa of Australia’s plan and partnership with the social enterprise Eden Project International.
Stavely Minerals has uncovered high-grade copper-gold at the Thursday’s Gossan prospect in Victoria, with grades of up to 40 per cent copper.
The romantic tale of Victoria’s resource rich landscape has entered into a new chapter, as junior and mid-tier companies explore the state’s unchartered depths.
Beach Energy’s plans for growth are looking positive after a strong 2019 financial year.
Kirkland Lake has reported a surge in gold sales off the back of a record quarter at its Fosterville mine where it achieved “higher than expected grades.”
Kawasaki Heavy Industries subsidiary Hydrogen Engineering has started building works on important components of a government-backed pilot project in Victoria that converts brown coal to hydrogen.
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The Victorian Government is set to introduce a 2.75 per cent royalty to gold miners, in line with all other Australian states.
The Andrews government has moved to strengthen Victoria’s resource guidelines, setting a higher standard for those accessing the state’s mineral resources.
AuStar Gold has entered into discussions with the administrators of Centennial Mining to assess proposing a deed of company arrangement with its creditors.
Swick Mining Services has considerably boosted its order book due to several new tender outcomes and contracts both in Australia and internationally.
Victoria-based Pure Alumina plans to purchase Canadian company Polar Sapphire for $C25.7 million ($27.1 million) to consolidate its position as a high-purity alumina (HPA) producer.