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AuStar successfully recommissions processing plant at Morning Star gold mine

AuStar Gold has completed the re-commissioning of the Gravity Gold processing plant at the Morning Star gold mine in Woods Point, Victoria. The company said...

WA Government greenlights drilling programme at Artemis’ Radio Hill Mine

The Western Australian Government’s Department of Mines, Industry, Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) has given the go ahead for Artemis to begin drilling at its...

BHP approves $181m to fund remediation and compensation programs at Samarco

BHP Billiton has announced that it has authorized a total of $181 million to be used for remediation and compensation programs at the Samarco...

New Defence CRC for Trusted Autonomous Systems to be established in Queensland

Federal Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne last week announced the establishment of Australia’s first Defence Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Trusted Autonomous Systems. The...

OZ Minerals to go ahead with development of SA’s second biggest mine

OZ Minerals has green lighted the development of a $916 million copper mine in South Australia- the second biggest in the state. The Carrapateena copper...

Clarke Energy to Engineer, Procure and Construct APA Group’s new 45-Megawatt Gas-Fired Power Station...

GE has announced that its distributor and service partner Clarke Energy will engineer, procure and construct APA Group’s (Australia’s largest natural gas infrastructure business)...

Siemens invests $5m into Rockhampton Service Centre in the heart of Queensland’s mining community

Siemens has announced a $5 million investment into the state-of-the-art Rockhampton Service Centre- one of only a few Original Equipment Manufacturers’ (OEM) workshops located...

BHP to invest A$350m in Olympic Dam

Mining giant BHP Billiton has announced that it plans to modernise its Olympic Dam operations in South Australia. In a statement issued last week, the...

3000 new jobs to be generated in Queensland’s mining sector with new action plan

A new 10-year mining technology plan released by Queensland’s state government is aimed at transforming the state’s $7 billion mining equipment, technology and services...

Samarco to stay shut, BHP to cut 40% of workforce via voluntary redundancies

BHP Billiton has announced that it plans to cut 40% of its workforce at the Samarco iron ore operation in Brazil through voluntary redundancies. The...
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