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Fortescue Metals Group continues to dabble outside its Pilbara iron ore heartland, announcing an early stage agreement to investigate territory in South Australia that looks prospective for copper, gold and iron ore. The non-binding deal with ASX
Andrew Mackenzie's time at the helm of BHP Billiton will officially begin this morning in the heart of Western Australia's Pilbara region. The new chief executive of the world's biggest miner will spend his first day in charge on a site tour of the
The company has described the opening of the mine at Solomon, 60km north of Tom Price, as one of the most important milestones in its 10-year history. "Today, we're celebrating the opening of Fortescue's third mine in five years, an achievement that
the Company) today released its first quarter 2013 results for the quarter ending March 31, 2013. Details of the consolidated financial statements and the Management Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) are available on the Company's website at www.
Rio Tinto has scored a win in the long-running legal battle with Fortescue Metals, which is fighting for access to its rail lines in the Pilbara, on competition grounds. After an appeal that went to the High Court last year, the Australian
Property developer Goodman Group says it will start developing new projects worth about $451 million across key Australian markets.
G-Resources president director Peter Albert said the firm's activities at the Martabe mine, including infrastructure construction and ore processing, were currently on track after disputes between local residents last year had been settled. Last year,
QLD wild weather Mandatory evacuation issued for North Bundaberg after Burnett River breaks its banks...Premier Colin Barnett says the 3,000 square kilometre marine park will provide the highest level of protection for tourist attractions like the
January 17, 2013 A young boy looks off into the distance as the sun sets on Cape Clairault, Yallingup WA. (Daniel Craig/The Epoch Times) The South of Western Australia is a bit of an unexplored land to me. I often hear about its beauty and wealth of
Australia's remote Kimberley has been recommended by the New York Times as one of the best places on the globe to visit. And while one of the world's great newspapers has raised fears about the industrialisation of the vast area, WA Premier Colin