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    Juniors look for opportunities as iron ore demand grows

    Juniors look for opportunities as iron ore demand grows

    26 Apr 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    The head of the WA Department of Industry and Resources, Jim Limerick, declared last week that the local nickel industry had become the state’s second most valuable mineral sector after iron ore. ...

    Flow-through scheme off agenda

    Flow-through scheme off agenda

    19 Apr 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    The mining industry’s flow-through share scheme proposal appears to have slipped from the Federal Government’s agenda ahead of the upcoming budget. ...

    Juniors in on steel surge

    Juniors in on steel surge

    12 Apr 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    Junior miners continue to pile into the iron ore sector as China’s appetite for steel continues unabated. ...

    NT mining roadshow in WA

    NT mining roadshow in WA

    12 Apr 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    Many mining companies are warming to the Northern Territory yet its government still has its work cut out to change some perceptions.Representatives of the Northern Territory Government were in Perth ...

    Inco’s laterite nickel boost

    Inco’s laterite nickel boost

    05 Apr 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    The state’s nickel laterite mining sector received a confidence boost from an unlikely source recently when Canadian nickel giant Inco threw its weight behind junior miner Heron Resources’ $1.4 billion Kalgoorlie nickel project. ...

    Exploration spend at 20-year low for gold

    Exploration spend at 20-year low for gold

    05 Apr 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    The state’s bullish appetite for gold appears to be waning as exploration spending continues to flat line against surges on commodities such as iron ore, nickel, and uranium. ...

    Fortescue spat no threat to trade

    Fortescue spat no threat to trade

    05 Apr 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    Local China business experts say a recent spat between Western Australian iron ore developer Fortescue Metals Group and its Chinese partners is unlikely to have a major impact on the Australia-China trading relationship. ...

    Wake-up call for employers

    Wake-up call for employers

    05 Apr 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    One of Western Australia’s biggest recruiters has warned employers, particularly those in the construction industry, to be more proactive in their employment solutions in light of the worsening skills shortage situation. ...

    Fuel discount competition fears

    Fuel discount competition fears

    29 Mar 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    National retailers Coles Myer and Woolworths may have received a referendum-delivered blow to their supermarket expansion plans in Western Australia last month, but the pair’s growth has not been entirely unchecked in recent years. ...

    Forrest defends Fortescue

    Forrest defends Fortescue

    29 Mar 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    Investors remained at first unconvinced as the irrepressible chairman of Fortescue Metals Group, Andrew Forrest, moved to play down recent market concern regarding the viability of the company’s proposed $1.85 billion Pilbara iron ore project. ...

    Big-name players in the rare earths game for Lynas Corp

    Big-name players in the rare earths game for Lynas Corp

    29 Mar 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    Rare earths may not be illustrious minerals in the Australian mining industry yet the essential commodities have quietly attracted the attention of a couple of renowned Australian mining names of late. ...

    United front in wool fight

    United front in wool fight

    29 Mar 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    Western Australia’s two leading farm lobby groups will continue their support of legal action against a US animal rights group despite the claim being struck out by the Federal Court last week. ...

    Taxing time for port users

    Taxing time for port users

    22 Mar 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    Western Australian port users have accused the State Government of milking port profits at the expense of investing in infrastructure amid national concerns on infrastructure bottlenecks. ...

    Embrace opportunity: Alcoa

    Embrace opportunity: Alcoa

    22 Mar 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    The head of one of the world’s largest integrated resource companies has fired a warning shot as the Gallop Government embarks on its second term. ...

    Crunch time for stone fruit

    Crunch time for stone fruit

    22 Mar 2005 by Jim Hawtin

    Western Australia’s stone fruit growing industry is grappling with ways to reinvent itself as it continues to face a significant downturn in export conditions. ...

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