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    St George rings the till again near Leonora

    St George rings the till again near Leonora

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    St George Mining has intersected a 5.25m drill intersection going 6.95% nickel, 2.67% copper, 0.23% cobalt and 3.1g/t palladium plus platinum from 185m down-hole at its Investigators prospect near Leonora in WA. Another impressive 8.49m long intersection i ...

    Vonex delivers record revenues

    Vonex delivers record revenues

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    Vonex has reported its highest ever monthly customer billings of $741,000 in November, a year‐on‐year growth of more than 13%, largely due to the market disruption caused by the continued rollout of the NBN in metropolitan areas and the start of its online ...

    Aurora set for 3D printing commercialisation

    Aurora set for 3D printing commercialisation

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    Aurora Labs has formed an equal joint venture with leading Australian mining services and engineering group, WorleyParsons, to provide 3D printing services to the oil and gas, mining and major infrastructure industries. This will allow the company to offer ...

    Metalicity reaps $1.5m from lithium/cobalt divestments

    Metalicity reaps $1.5m from lithium/cobalt divestments

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    Metalicity Limited is now geared for exploration at its prospective new copper project tenements in the highly sought after Paterson region in WA, after netting nearly AUD$1.5m from the sale of non-core lithium and cobalt assets. The company’s Pilbara lith ...

    Thumping surplus for Wyatt but economic numbers sour

    Thumping surplus for Wyatt but economic numbers sour

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    The state’s financial outlook has improved since the May budget by about $3 billion across the next four years, with iron ore royalties and federal grants doing the heavy lifting, but the domestic economy will again shrink this year. ...

    Aurora signs JV with WorleyParsons

    Aurora signs JV with WorleyParsons

    20 Dec 2018 by Business News

    Local tech company Aurora Labs has signed a joint venture agreement with WorleyParsons to provide an additive manufacturing service primarily for the resources sector. ...

    88 Energy’s Project Icewine draws farm-in interest

    88 Energy’s Project Icewine draws farm-in interest

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    88 Energy has received strong interest in the farm-out of its conventional oil play at its Project Icewine in Alaska’s famed North Slope oil province and has extended its deadline for offers to the first quarter of 2019. The company is also carrying out la ...

    Kewdale property sells for $45m

    Kewdale property sells for $45m

    20 Dec 2018 by Business News

    Charter Hall Group has acquired Coca-Cola Amatil’s principal Western Australian production facility for $45.25 million. ...

    WA population growth at 0.8%

    WA population growth at 0.8%

    20 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    New data out today reveals population growth in Western Australia remains subdued, with only a slight rise recorded in the year to June, while nationally the population increased 1.6 per cent. ...

    Koolyanobbing bail-out cost revealed as $182m

    Koolyanobbing bail-out cost revealed as $182m

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    The state government’s Koolyanobbing mine bail out will cost $182 million, according to budget details released today. ...

    Brookfield gets green light for $480m in Perth office projects

    Brookfield gets green light for $480m in Perth office projects

    20 Dec 2018 by Dan Wilkie

    Perth’s next wave of CBD developments is taking shape, with Brookfield Property Partners’ plans to add an 8-storey office tower to a redeveloped Elizabeth Quay busport approved this week, and its $360 million riverside headquarters for Chevron also underst ...

    Tropicana underground to cost $95m

    Tropicana underground to cost $95m

    20 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    A pre-feasibility study released today by Peter Bradford-led Independence Group has confirmed the viability of an underground mine at the Tropicana gold project. ...

    Maiden copper/gold resource for Hammer in Qld

    Maiden copper/gold resource for Hammer in Qld

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    Hammer Metals has generated its maiden mineral resource for the Jubilee deposit near Mount Isa in Queensland, defining 1.4 million tonnes grading 1.41% copper and 0.62g/t gold. The project is of a similar size and mineralisation style to other copper-gold ...

    Historic coal seam well ramping up for Strike

    Historic coal seam well ramping up for Strike

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    Strike Energy continues to achieve greater continuous flows of gas from its super-deep Jaws-1 coal seam gas well in the Cooper Basin, South Australia, as more coal enters the critical desorption window. Water production has also remained steady which is an ...

    $95bn of projects ahead for WA

    $95bn of projects ahead for WA

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    Woodside Petroleum’s Browse and Scarborough LNG developments are the biggest of $95 billion of major projects under way or likely in Western Australia, with 96 ongoing and a further 68 probable. ...

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