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More high grade bauxite hits expected for Canyon

With the wet season over in Cameroon , Canyon Resources are expected to re-commence their exciting Bauxite exploration program soon.

Hammer hits the nail on the head

As if a 62m hit grading .65% Molybdenum wasn’t enough, Perth based Hammer Metals backed it up the next day with a 75m copper intersection grading 1.33% copper at their Mt Isa project in Queensland.

It’s a dogs life for PharmAust

Man’s best friend may soon owe a collective debt of gratitude to listed Perth Biotech PharmAust, if their dog cancer drug trial is successful.

International pharmaceutical giants court local biotech minnow

What is it about Subiaco based listed biotech minnow Phylogica that has attracted research interest from international billion dollar pharmaceutical giants like Roche , Johnson & Johnson , Astra Z

Norton to progress delisting of Bullabulling Gold

Paddington Gold Mine owner Norton Gold Fields, has upped the ante in its bid to take over Bullabulling Gold.With a shareholding greater than 75% in Bullabulling Gold, Norton are now able to progress t

A sweet deal

There’s something a little different about entrepreneurs who hail from Kalgoorlie.They know how to pull a deal together quickly, they’re not afraid to tip in their own money and contrary to popular op

Toro delivers highest ever Uranium grade at Wiluna

Despite a soft uranium price, Toro Energy are continuing to prepare the company to leap into production as soon as world demand for uranium increases.The company completed its largest ever drilling ca

Triton extends graphite strike to 6km

Graphite heavyweight Triton Minerals has extended its potential mineralization target footprint to over 6km long and over 1km wide at its Nicanda Hill prospect in Mozambique.The company also achieved

Pendragon brings environmental and economical solutions to mining projects

The professional capabilities of Pendragon Environmental Solutions, coupled with the quality and timeliness of service, have recently generated interest within the consulting industry.

Business and health: Surprisingly, a marriage made in heaven

The words health and business rarely find comfort in each others’ company.

Preparing your business for sale – and getting the maximum value!

It is often the case that business owners spend years and years building and investing in their business.

Innovators need support to succeed and room to fail

Innovators need support to succeed and room to fail

Legend Mining muscles in on Sirius

Of all the companies claiming a proximity advantage to Sirius’ nickel deposit, Legend Mining is firming as one to watch.Cornerstoned by Sirius company maker Mark Creasy, who holds the number one spot

India Resources gets a break

After years battling the Indian regulatory system, India Resources may be on the verge of unlocking its giant Aravalli lead zinc project after being registered with the Project Monitoring Group (PMG)

Pluton Resources hits its straps

Cockatoo Island iron ore miner Pluton Resources has achieved a production record by shipping more than 308,000 tonnes of hematite from its north-west island mine during the June quarter.The company al

Green Rock to ride graphite wave

If you think you’ve missed the boat betting on graphite explorers, think again.With a recently inked option deal to acquire a highly prospective piece of ground bordering Kibaran Resources’ graphite p

Red Mountain Mining adds more ounces

Gold hopeful Red Mountain Mining is continuing to add high grade resource ounces at its Lobo prospect in the Philippines.With a recently announced rock chip sample of 32.7 g/t gold and a new geologica

Supporting innovation under a new Government

The 2014 Federal Budget delivers the first real insight into how the current Government will support innovation.

Innovation networks on the rise

Over the last few years the WA Innovation "networks" have been evolving into a vibrant ecosystem to support and nurture local organisations. The innovation ecosystem in WA has grown to such an extent that it is becoming difficult to keep track of the different events, associations, groups and awards that are taking place on a regular basis. The number of people putting their time and effort into helping the innovation community with valuable experiences to share seems to grow almost daily.