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Engineering services group Thiess will provide full services operating the mine until December 2016, the company said in a statement, and has an option for another year.
Leighton has won a $100 million contract to build a train support facility in the NSW Hunter Valley. The facility will support rail operator Aurizon's coal haulage fleet and will involve the construction of a train provisioning facility, a combined
Safer waters for cruise operator Carnival helped it sail up the Footsie yesterday after it confirmed better-than-expected fourth-quarter profits. The P&O and Princess Cruises operator said it had spent cash on safety systems for its ships and
Amcu has received permission to strike at Lonmin over demands for a minimum basic wage of R12 500 per month for its members. An Amcu rally earlier this year. (Delwyn Verasamy, M&G) The largest union at Lonmin Plc's South African mines got permission
Lloyds is selling its final stake in the investment company St James's Place for a gain of £95m. The bank, which is 32 per cent owned by the taxpayer, has been selling down its stake progressively, but last night said it would offload all its
The rally in coal that lifted prices from the lowest in almost four years is forecast to end as greater exports from Australia to Colombia expand a supply glut. The surplus will swell by 20 percent to 6 million metric tons next year, Credit Suisse
The video, which is a few minutes long, shows the clash between the miners and the police before the shooting on August 16 last year. It would be shown at the commission during the cross examination of Brigadier Adriaan Calitz, the public broadcaster
Non-government organisations have accused the Peruvian police of signing secret contracts with mining firms some of them Swiss offering special paid protection. Commodities giant Glencore Xstrata expressed concern over the allegations on Monday. [..
Investigations into alleged spying on Swiss soil have taken a new turn with the Federal Prosecutor's Office opening criminal proceedings on the basis of a genuine suspicion of surveillance by foreign secret services. [...] Training exercise Refugee
Teck Resources Ltd , Newmont Mining Corp , private equity firm Blackstone Group LP and a firm led by the former head of Barrick Gold are working together on a bid for Glencore Xstrata's Las Bambas copper mine in Peru, according to several people