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Mining billionaire Andrew Forrest will discuss his experiences during a recent five-month trip around the world amid the COVID pandemic in an ABC Boyer Lecture to be broadcast on Saturday.
Mining boss Bill Beament says reports of university students being heckled for studying mining courses is another example of the Eastern States not recognising the importance of the sector.
The Bill Beament-led miner, which will formerly merge with Saracen next month, has reported fourth-quarter gold sales at the upper end of its previously stated guidance.
The diversified miner’s WA and Brazilian alumina operations outperformed last quarter but it flagged operating cost pressures, with an update expected next month.
Lithium miner says it will keep the adjacent mine on care and maintenance while it evaluates the operation and formulates a strategy to integrate it into its Pilgangoora project.
Analysts warn diminishing margins for steel-makers in China could cap further rises in the price of iron ore despite supply pressures remaining.
Aspiring anode producer to accept $30m under its original $10m share purchase plan after shareholders responded eagerly to its discounted raising.
The Big Australian has achieved record half-year iron ore production from its Pilbara operations but flagged a hefty charge for its NSW coal division.
The Minerals Council is seeking to eradicated sexual harassment in the mining workforce after 40pc of respondents to a survey reported some form of inappropriate behaviour in the past five years.
The mining giant is seeking further consultation with Traditional Owners over the mine following last year’s Juukan Gorge disaster.
Company says its sulphate of potash project near Wiluna is now 81 per cent complete, with commissioning expected to begin next month.
Shares in explorer gain 20 per cent after it reports 52m mineralised intersection at Blue Poles prospect north of Kalgoorlie.
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