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    Surefire expands vanadium mineralisation by 4km

    Surefire Resources has intersected wide, high grade vanadium mineralisation in a resource extension drilling program completed at its Unaly Hill project, located near Sandstone in the Murchison region of WA. Results up to 34m @ 0.53% vanadium pentoxide fro ...
    Surefire expands vanadium mineralisation by 4km

    Powerful players pressure premier

    Opinion: Two high-profile billionaires have the state government in their sights, and Premier Mark McGowan has some tough decisions ahead. ...
    Powerful players pressure premier

    Hammer cashed up for IOCG hunt in Queensland

    Hammer Metals is set to kick some serious goals at its early-stage Mt Philp breccia iron oxide-copper-gold project near Mount Isa in Queensland, after being awarded $80,000 by the State Government to partially fund exploration activity at the property. The ...
    Hammer cashed up for IOCG hunt in Queensland

    Lithium Australia formalises option over WA ground

    Lithium Australia has formalised an option agreement to acquire the three exploration licences that comprise the Youanmi lithium project about 100km southwest of Sandstone from private exploration firm Diversity Resources Pty Ltd. The project could be a fe ...
    Lithium Australia formalises option over WA ground

    Business Strategist Wendy Davies Joins Nexia in Perth

    NEXIA Australia has recently appointed Wendy Davies as a business advisory director in its Perth office to focus on strategic advice for small and medium businesses. ...
    Business Strategist Wendy Davies Joins Nexia in Perth

    Morning Headlines

    Australia seeks more of lithium battery pie ...
    Morning Headlines

    Board Moves December 10, 2018

    Jussi Nunes has been appointed to the newly-created role of group chief financial officer at Goldfields Money, following the merger with Finsure. ...
    Board Moves December 10, 2018

    Lobster intervention a spiny issue

    The state government has assured fishing industry representatives it has no plans to change how it determines catch limits across the sector after a surprise move last week to create, and take control of, new licences for local lobsters. ...
    Lobster intervention a spiny issue

    Terra Drone invests in C4D

    Japanese company Terra Drone Corporation has taken a 50 per cent stake in Perth-based drone technology company C4D Intel. ...
    Terra Drone invests in C4D

    Delays flagged for Pilbara project

    The $6 billion Balla Balla infrastructure project has experienced two setbacks, with the deadline for meeting its obligations under a State Agreement extended by 18 months and recent exploration work failing to live up to promise. ...
    Delays flagged for Pilbara project

    Board ructions at Tempo

    One month after resigning as a director, Guido Belgiorno-Nettis has rejoined West Perth-based contractor Tempo Australia as chair, replacing Charlie Bontempo, who resigned two weeks ago. ...
    Board ructions at Tempo

    Kidman settles tenement dispute

    Kidman Resources has reached a settlement with parties in relation to a minimum expenditure obligation for a series of tenements at its Mt Holland project near Southern Cross. ...
    Kidman settles tenement dispute

    CCI posts profit on reduced revenue

    The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA has returned to profit after three years of major restructuring that has cut staff numbers and revenue to one third of 2014 levels. ...
    CCI posts profit on reduced revenue

    Sheffield to raise $19m, assess Thunderbird partnership

    Sheffield Resources has announced plans to raise up to $19 million, enabling the company to formally evaluate potential strategic partners for its Thunderbird mineral sands project in the Kimberley. ...
    Sheffield to raise $19m, assess Thunderbird partnership

    Govt sells $48m of foreign-owned property in WA

    The federal government has forced the sale of 30 properties in Western Australia worth nearly $50 million, which were illegally acquired by foreign nationals since 2015. ...
    Govt sells $48m of foreign-owned property in WA

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