Latest mining News

Applications open for Round 21 of EIS co-funded drilling
Calling Tasmania’s top women in resources
Heritage study for former Shire of Huntly seeks local knowledge
Rio Tinto to buy Western Australia’s third RFDS jet with $15 million pledge
Call to Host 2021 NSW Rural Women’s Gathering
Deceased Miner – Henty Gold Mine
BHP Results for half year ended 31 December 2019
STAS commercialisera une technologie de filtration de l’aluminium de Rio Tinto
STAS to commercialise Rio Tinto aluminium filtration technology
Stamp duty games a risk to economic aims
Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement enters into force
Caval Ridge sets world record for largest electronic blast
Perth seen as property market with highest growth potential in annual survey
Cheaper electricity prices coming
On placement in outback
Agreement delivers economic boost to Yamatji people
Statement from QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane on mining safety reviews
Government Guts Commercial Fishos through Reform
Resource exports reach record $290 billion
ASIC review of 30 June 2019 financial reports
New QLD port restrictions on ships from China help stem virus fears
Union Slams Labor Government After Tick and Flick Timber Briefing
Sugar ants’ preference for pee may reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Criminal penalty underscores Adani’s appalling environmental and legal record
TV campaign launched to thank timber workers for bushfire work
PGF supports West Coast connectivity
Lawyers welcome tough new safety laws for Queensland’s mining sector
Rail access reforms full steam ahead
Shelter, safest air intake locations during urban pollution events identified
What’s your brand?
Kill a worker go to jail: Union welcomes new industrial manslaughter laws
Energex apprentices switch to a bright future
Statement by QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane, Industrial Manslaughter
Building community spirit in mining towns
Donations data reveals scale of coal and gas industry efforts to influence Australian politics
MCA’s AEC annual returns
Mine safety: BHP’s ‘production first’ mandate exposed
Energy deal not plugged into climate crisis
Mining equipment company supports Reservist service
Women’s Index brushes off sluggish progress in 2019 to finish decade on
Community information session on Glendell Continued Operations Project
RED grants shape future growth in Goldfields-Esperance
BHP partners with AFLW
Companies mining big data to squeeze suppliers on notice: Ombudsman
CEOs anticipate deteriorating conditions in 2020: Action needed to address caution, a slowing economy and weak productivity
World first display for Western Australia’s iconic blue whale ‘Otto’
World-first database aims to prevent deadly mine dam disasters
New year, 1000 new jobs in resources