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    Surefire beefs up base metals play

    Surefire beefs up base metals play

    17 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    Surefire Resources’ high level geological review of its Kooline project in the Ashburton region of WA, has thrown up extensive, untested areas the company says are prospective for lead-silver-copper and gold mineralisation. In the north, scattered gold res ...

    Galena posts lead resource upgrade at Abra

    Galena posts lead resource upgrade at Abra

    17 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    Galena Mining says that a combination of higher lead/silver resource and reserve ore grades and reduced development costs at its Abra deposit, have the potential to materially improve the economic outcomes for the project. The company will complete an inte ...

    CONGRATULATIONS JEMENA

    CONGRATULATIONS JEMENA

    17 Dec 2018 by BN Announcements

    Valmec would like to congratulate Jemena on the grand opening of the Northern Gas Pipeline and the Mount Isa Compressor Station. ...

    Scott, Coleman, Ellison make their marks

    Scott, Coleman, Ellison make their marks

    17 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Three businessmen will have more impact than most on the state’s economic future, with Peter Coleman leading an oil and gas revival, Chris Ellison building a lithium empire, and Rob Scott reshaping Wesfarmers. ...

    Canning’s growth legacy

    Canning’s growth legacy

    17 Dec 2018 by Delia Price

    SPECIAL REPORT: As he takes his final bow next year, Marcus Canning will leave a legacy of major change to the artistic and cultural vibrancy of Perth. ...

    McGowan hits targets, Cormann prominent

    McGowan hits targets, Cormann prominent

    17 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Mathias Cormann has been deeply entwined in the federal government’s fortunes this year, while a win on GST distribution has boosted standing for Mark McGowan and Ben Wyatt. ...

    Forrest’s contribution a standout

    Forrest’s contribution a standout

    17 Dec 2018 by Dan Wilkie

    SPECIAL REPORT: In business and philanthropy, executive diversity and on the sports field, it has been quite a year for Andrew Forrest. ...

    Venus onto promising gravity anomalies

    Venus onto promising gravity anomalies

    17 Dec 2018 by Matt Birney

    Venus Metals has unearthed two intriguing looking exploration targets from gravity surveys at its DeGrussa North copper project near Meekatharra in WA. The anomalies are located 200m from surface and may be related to sulphide mineralisation. The targets a ...

    Morning Headlines

    Morning Headlines

    17 Dec 2018 by Adrian Rauso

    Coalition $30bn in the black ...

    Board Moves December 14, 2018

    Board Moves December 14, 2018

    14 Dec 2018 by Business News

    Nick Boicos has replaced Andrew Whitten as company secretary of Bora Bora Resources. Andrea Waters has resigned as non-executive director of Cash Converters. ...

    Signs point to coal closures

    Signs point to coal closures

    14 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    Older coal fired power stations such as Synergy’s Muja C&D could begin closing in 2023, driven by changing market dynamics, while harsher carbon policies would accelerate shutdowns, according to a recent report by the Australian Energy Market Operator. ...

    Birimian plans $8.2m raising, reviews business

    Birimian plans $8.2m raising, reviews business

    14 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Subiaco-based Birimian has announced plans to raise $8.2 million for its Goulamina project in Mali, while the lithium aspirant also flagged a business review and two separate agreements with Chinese companies. ...

    Ichthys hit by another cost blow out

    Ichthys hit by another cost blow out

    14 Dec 2018 by Mark Beyer

    The cost of building the Ichthys LNG project has blown out again, with French group Total saying it has increased by $US5 billion to $US45 billion, but project operator Inpex is disputing the extent of the increase. ...

    Tampia capex falls to $111m

    Tampia capex falls to $111m

    14 Dec 2018 by Business News

    A revised feasibility study released by Explaurum has detailed a reduced capital cost of $111 million for its Tampia project in the Wheatbelt, as Ramelius Resources increased its stake in the gold explorer to 20 per cent. ...

    Mark my words podcast

    Mark my words podcast

    14 Dec 2018 by Mark Beyer, Matt Mckenzie

    PODCAST: Mark Beyer and Matt Mckenzie discuss Stan Perron, our update on major WA projects — some going ahead, some not — Westport, the space agency, lobster quotas, and our person of the year feature. ...

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