The COVID menace has done little to dampen enthusiasm for the WA mining sector’s pre-eminent annual conference in Kalgoorlie.
The Middle Kingdom is increasingly trying to self-source its iron ore from scrap and domestic mines rather than seaborne supply. So, what does it mean for Pilbara producers?
Stay in touch with everything that’s happening at the annual forum in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Australia is on the cusp of commercial-scale sulphate of potash production and WA’s Goldfields and arid interior have emerged as the epicentre of the State’s emerging industry.
Nickel is not about to steal the limelight in a region famed for its gold. But the base metal came close when BHP revealed its nickel will play a pivotal role in the future of Elon Musk’s empire.
As COVID continues to turn lives upside down, there is still plenty of beauty to be found in the small things. So long as they have the right soundtrack.
The Federal Government has been accused of turning its back on one of Australia’s most vulnerable communities by cutting social housing and homelessness funding by $1 billion in a decade.
Australian mining giant BHP says it remains hopeful it can reach a deal with the union at it's Escondida copper mine in Chile and stave off strike action.
Australians are spending more time at home and expanding the range of activities while there, research shows.
Sinead Kaufman used to be one of a handful of women in senior operational roles when she was climbing the ladder at Rio Tinto.
Danielle Le Messurier
Another classic Holden Commodore is set to go under the hammer with bids expected to hit the high six figures or even more.
Capital city property prices continue to swell, and a national survey indicates almost three million Australians plan to buy in the next six months.
Tim Roberts, billionaire businessman and buddy of James Packer, has admitted he phoned in most of his insight to the board running Crown Perth.
About 150 captains of business and industry, union and not-for-profit leaders plus much of Premier Mark McGowan’s Cabinet attended Friday’s emergency Skills Summit
The group says the deal is part of its ambitions to develop the Ashburton hub and quadruple its iron ore production.
Now in its 30th year the three-day talkfest — which kicks off on Monday — continues to distance itself from past traditions as companies and executives work on fostering a more inclusive environment.
Marnie Finlayson’s work ethic — instilled through a remote upbringing and from building her career from the ground up — is a driving force behind the waves Rio Tinto is making in the lithium space.
Veteran dealmaker and director John Poynton should consider a career in politics after sharing his wisdom at the Crown Perth royal commission this week.
Herd on the Terrace
The sale of Pindan Asset Management will return money to at least some subcontractors caught up in the building group’s collapse.
Safety regulators are looking into a near-miss on a decommissioned Santos gas project off WA where workers clinging to a platform scrambled to evade a swinging deck being lifted by a crane.
The RSPCA is calling for the licence of a Perth-based livestock exporter to be stripped after reports emerged of another animal welfare breach.
Troubled miner Griffin Coal has suspended operations at Collie by invoking a force majeure, blaming wet weather conditions.
ASX-listed Conico Limited has hit more sulphides as its drilling campaign continues at the Ryberg project in Greenland. Matrix sulphide mineralisation was intersected over 2.9 metres from 96.8 metres downhole and the two new holes have now commenced and will chase a significant downhole magnetic anomaly.
Authorities have told a Senate committee they are looking at the role of foreign actors in Australia's anti-lockdown rallies.
© West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020