Miners fall short on CSR, despite good intentions

Responsible Mining Index 2018 launched by Responsible Mining Foundation

16 APR 2018

Leadership

Miners fall short on CSR, despite good intentions
Miners fall short on CSR, despite good intentions
Miners fall short on CSR, despite good intentions

Kingston growing world-class Misima

Kingston is embarking on exploration at the 2.8Moz gold project in PNG

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Kingston growing world-class Misima
Kingston growing world-class Misima

Latin builds fast track for lithium

Latin Resources is looking down a fast track to production

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Latin builds fast track for lithium
Latin builds fast track for lithium

Kin on clear path to gold

Developer seeks further growth on the way to achieving its first gold pour in 2018

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Kin on clear path to gold
Kin on clear path to gold

RESOURCEStocks Q&A: MetalBank's Tony Schreck

Junior triumphant after making substantial progress with its exploration program in 2017

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RESOURCEStocks Q&A: MetalBank's Tony Schreck
RESOURCEStocks Q&A: MetalBank's Tony Schreck

ERA urges govt promotion of uranium

ERA chairman Peter Mansell says uranium should be on the Australian government's agenda

Leadership

12 APR 2018
ERA urges govt promotion of uranium
ERA urges govt promotion of uranium

Risky business: Kin slams on brakes at LGP as cost concerns emerge 

Construction paused, Sprott discussions begin and capital raising planned as assumptions questioned

11 APR 2018

Feasibility

Risky business: Kin slams on brakes at LGP as cost concerns emerge 
Risky business: Kin slams on brakes at LGP as cost concerns emerge 

Automation raising mine hack risk: EY

Miners have big gaps in their computer networks that would be easily found by motivated hackers

02 APR 2018

Leadership

Automation raising mine hack risk: EY
Automation raising mine hack risk: EY

WA resources' $50B opportunity

Resources sector urged to "change the narrative" to realise opportunities

23 APR 2018

Events Coverage

WA resources' $50B opportunity
WA resources' $50B opportunity
WA resources' $50B opportunity

New Rio chairman vows to improve transparency

After a tough year for Rio Tinto on the regulatory front, chairman Simon Thompson fronts first AGM

12 APR 2018

Events Coverage

New Rio chairman vows to improve transparency
New Rio chairman vows to improve transparency

Union revolt threatens Codelco underground plans

Chile copper giant facing delicate labour negotiations on a number of fronts

11 APR 2018

Events Coverage

Union revolt threatens Codelco underground plans

Glencore calls for IR reform

Glencore wants IR reform following bitter Oaky North dispute

10 APR 2018

Events Coverage

Glencore calls for IR reform
Glencore calls for IR reform

Capricorn set for production launch

Capricorn Metals set for 100,000ozpa in new WA greenstone belt

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Capricorn set for production launch
Capricorn set for production launch

Metals X powering up

Diversified miner builds on production, cash flow and multi-commodity potential

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Metals X powering up
Metals X powering up

Cardinal advancing Namdini

Large-scale gold project set to grow

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Cardinal advancing Namdini
Cardinal advancing Namdini

Zinc project galvanises White Rock base

Company advancing both globally-significant zinc and low capex precious metals projects

Zinc project galvanises White Rock base
Zinc project galvanises White Rock base

Rio spearheads automation training

Rio collaborating with TAFE and WA government to ensure training pathways for mining's future jobs

05 APR 2018

Events Coverage

Rio spearheads automation training
Rio spearheads automation training

Miners continue to face corruption challenge

Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index 2017 highlights the challenges for miners

05 MAR 2018

Ratings

Miners continue to face corruption challenge
Miners continue to face corruption challenge
Miners continue to face corruption challenge

Concerns over Australia's mining investment standing

Bill Johnston defends Fraser Institute ranking amid criticism

Concerns over Australia's mining investment standing
Concerns over Australia's mining investment standing

Australia slips in Fraser Institute rankings

Every Aussie jurisdiction fell in Fraser Institute survey, indicating "increasingly unattractive

23 FEB 2018

Capital markets

Australia slips in Fraser Institute rankings
Australia slips in Fraser Institute rankings

Good times to continue in 2018

Leading ratings agency predicts strong year for miners

30 JAN 2018

Ratings

Good times to continue in 2018

Global leaders a risk in 2018

A consultancy warns unpredictable national leaders will lead to businesses facing "profound uncertainty"

03 JAN 2018

Ratings

Global leaders a risk in 2018
Global leaders a risk in 2018

Australia lags in risk study

The Mining Journal World Risk Report shows that Australia still falls behind Canada

11 OCT 2017

Capital markets

Australia lags in risk study
Australia lags in risk study

AMEC aghast at NT's 2.5% royalty plan

Industry furious as NT plots hybrid royalty to plug revenue hole, stop big miners avoiding payments

20 APR 2018

Politics

AMEC aghast at NT's 2.5% royalty plan
AMEC aghast at NT's 2.5% royalty plan
AMEC aghast at NT's 2.5% royalty plan

Miners positive on Tanzanian mining commission

Eight member group appointed overnight to guide future developments

19 APR 2018

Politics

Miners positive on Tanzanian mining commission
Miners positive on Tanzanian mining commission

ERA urges govt promotion of uranium

ERA chairman Peter Mansell says uranium should be on the Australian government's agenda

12 APR 2018

Leadership

ERA urges govt promotion of uranium

WA EIS on the chopping block

AMEC says EIS likely to be axed after talks with WA govt

05 APR 2018

Politics

WA EIS on the chopping block
WA EIS on the chopping block

Carrapateena stage two to begin

Mining lease and EPBC approvals mean major site works should begin within weeks

03 APR 2018

Copper News

Carrapateena stage two to begin
Carrapateena stage two to begin

New Qld FIFO laws in place

Queensland miners adjacent to communities can no longer have 100% FIFO

02 APR 2018

Politics

New Qld FIFO laws in place
New Qld FIFO laws in place

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