Bryah Resources is the latest explorer to take advantage of hot capital markets to spin-out its gold assets into a separate listed entity.
Alcoa is pulling the trigger on a project to restart an idled aluminium smelter in Brazil after prices of the metal surged to a 13-year high amid Chinese output cuts.
South32 boss Graham Kerr has been forced to shuffle the management decks at the company including senior positions at the Worsley Alumina division south of Perth.
Troy Resources has reported the passing of its long-serving managing director and WA gold mining veteran Ken Nilssen.
Wild price movements in the iron ore price since the May budget won't hit deficit forecasts because Treasury had prudently forecast a much lower price.
Gold advanced as fears of a spillover from debt woes of Asian real estate developer China Evergrande Group stoked demand for havens.
Yvonne Yue Li
Talks between the two parties have progressed slowly over the past month, but the new development shows Western Areas is prepared to engage with its suitor.
Iron ore has continued its retreat further into double-digit prices as China steps up restrictions on industrial activity in some provinces. But Pilbara players have staged a comeback on the ASX.
WesTrac is targeting new industries and offering long-term career plans as it is ramps up its search for 300 new employees.
It’s been revealed Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan may be forced to travel to Sydney creating a hurdle for him when he tries to go back home.
Iron ore has extended its slump below $US100 a tonne as China steps up restrictions on industrial activity in some provinces, which will add further pressure to prices.
Shares in Fortescue Metals Group have tumbled again on the Australian market after the price of iron ore sank below $US100 a tonne for the first time in 14 months late on Friday.
A 52-year-old Queensland scaffolder who died from injuries after falling at a North West mine site 100km south of Karratha on Friday has been remembered as a ‘good man’ and a ‘hard-working father’.
SPINIFEX: Dalaroo Metals eyes anomalies in the Julimar district ahead of ASX listing this week.
Mining companies that lose their 'social licence' to operate risk increasing disapproval from investors, who might take their dollars elsewhere.
Workers have been left ‘traumatised’ by the tragic death of a scaffolder at a Pilbara mine site.
It is already clear the resources sector has much work to do to clean up its act. What has been revealed just cannot continue.
Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest is battling to stave off more resignations of key senior Fortescue Metals Group staff upset over a $50 million cut to their executive bonus scheme, sources say.
A man has died on the way to hospital following a tragedy at a Pilbara mine site, with police confirming the 52-year-old man fell to his death at the Sino Iron site in the State’s North West.
The Mineral Resources chief has also lamented Australia’s deteriorating relationship with China.
Sean Smith & Kate Purnell
WA’s exploration sector needs to invest more in decarbonising their entire supply chain as pressure to meet environmental targets ramps up, local mining experts say.
A marine division of billionaire Andrew Forrest’s private investment arm Tattarang has acquired Henderson-based The Boat Business amid a surge in first-time skippers hitting the open seas.
The price of Australia’s biggest export continues to plummet and it’s only going to get worse, experts say, as demand shrinks and supply expands.
Rebecca Le May
The State Government is strongly considering making the COVID-19 vaccine compulsory for WA’s mining and resources sector — a public health order that would cover 140,000 workers.
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