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Sheffield gains on funding deal

Shares in mineral sands-aspirant Sheffield Resources touched an all-time high today after the federal government approved a $95 million debt facility to develop the company’s Thunderbird project in the Kimberley.

AIC in takeover deal

Joseph El-Raghy-led AIC Resources has agreed to a reverse takeover deal with NSW-based Intrepid Mines.

Kalium flags $284m capex for Beyondie

Kalium Lakes has released a bankable feasibility study for its Beyondie sulphate of potash (SOP) project in the Pilbara, which the company says has compelling technical and economic outcomes.

Ramelius to head underground

Gold producer Ramelius Resources has announced plans to begin underground mining at its Edna May operation near Southern Cross early next year.

Panel makes adverse ruling on Tribune

The Takeovers Panel has made a finding of unacceptable circumstances against ASX-listed Tribune Resources, which is led by managing director Anthony Billis.

Mixed results for gold miners as output hits 6.6m oz

SPECIAL REPORT: WA’s 30 gold miners achieved a small increase in aggregate output last year with the state’s biggest producer, Newmont Mining, making up about a sixth of this at 1.1m ounces, research by Business News has found.

Miners consolidate holdings

SPECIAL REPORT: The state’s gold industry is planning to invest more than $1 billion in exploration and development to sustain continued modest growth in production.

Juniors get down to business

SPECIAL REPORT: Several junior gold-focused companies in WA are vying to mature from exploration to production.

Kooya, Thuroona win FMG contracts

Fortescue Metals Group has awarded contracts valued at over $6 million to two Western Australian Aboriginal businesses.Aboriginal-Noongar owned business Kooya Australia Fleet Solutions has been awarde

Johnston to decide Kidman tenement fate

Shares in lithium hopeful Kidman Resources dropped 15 per cent to be $1.08 each after the company acknowledged a Warden’s Court ruling last week which recommended Kidman not be exempt from past minimum expenditure obligations on tenements at its Mt Holland project.

Beyer to lead Regis

Former Mt Gibson Iron boss Jim Beyer will take the reins as managing director of Regis Resources next month, while director James Mactier will take over as chair, after executive chairman Mark Clark announced his resignation.

Poseidon averts Asic objection

Aspiring miner Poseidon Nickel has completed a $69 million entitlement offer without having to call on support from its sub-underwriter, Andrew Forrest’s Squadron Resources.

Board moves: Austal, Stavely Minerals

Austal has appointed Chris Indermaur to its board as a non-executive director, while William ‘Bill’ Plyley has stepped down as chairman of Stavely Minerals due to health reasons.

Kerr to lead Mt Gibson

Mount Gibson Iron will have a leadership change at the end of the month, which chief financial officer Peter Kerr to succeed Jim Beyer as chief executive as the latter pursues other opportunities.

Kiernan to chair Saracen

Gold miner Saracen Mineral Holdings has appointed Anthony Kiernan as its non-executive chair, replacing Geoffery Clifford after nearly four years in the role.

Asic challenges Forrest's Poseidon deal

The corporate regulator has objected to an underwriting deal under which Andrew Forrest’s Squadron Resources could end up with as much as 61 per cent of Poseidon Nickel.

Hancock raises Atlas offer to $413m

Gina Rinehart's Hancock Prospecting has conditionally upped its takeover offer for Atlas Iron in a bid to win over Fortescue Metals Group, which holds a blocking stake.

RCT launches new mining tech

Kewdale-based RCT has installed its latest technology at AngloGold Ashanti’s Sunrise Dam gold mine, which gives an operator control of numerous machines from a singular station.

Texas miner continues local nickel pursuit

Panoramic Resources has agreed to sell the Lanfranchi nickel project for $15 million to Texas-based Black Mountain Metals, showing the American business is still on the hunt for nickel opportunities in Western Australia.

$5m IPO for nickel, cobalt hopeful

Shares in nickel and cobalt hopeful Aldoro Resources will begin trading on the ASX tomorrow, after a $5 million initial public offering.

Volt Power loses biggest client

ASX-listed Volt Power Group has suffered a major setback after BHP suspended its long-runing service relationship with wholly-owned subsidiary Wescone Distribution, less than a year after Volt bought Wescone.

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