WA-first for mining jobs a welcome step

Editorial content by WAN Editor-in-Chief Anthony De Ceglie courtesy of the West Australian

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Ore exports at risk from marine pilot border ban

Australia’s $100bn iron ore industry is at risk of a significant slowdown as the sector’s recordbreaking run hangs on the WA government’s willingness to allow a tiny group of about 20 highly […]

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NT gas drillers avoid a clamp

Article by Perry Williams courtesy of the Australian. Energy explorers have avoided a potential crackdown on onshore gas development in the Northern Territory with Labor’s Michael Gunner set to retain power following […]

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Mining will lead the recovery

Article by Paul Everingham courtesy of the West Australian While the economic benefits of Western Australia’s mining and energy sector have long been acknowledged, the impacts of COVID-19 has brought home just […]

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WA mining ‘saved the national economy’

Article by Sarah Ison courtesy of the West Australian

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November 22, 2019 | National Mining & Related Industries Day

November the 22nd signifies National Mining and Related Industries Day 2019, an important annual day that will be celebrated this year at Kings Park in Perth, Western Australia. A time to reflect, […]

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The rash of red tape is spreading like a disease

10 November 2017 Daily Telegraphby David Leyonhjelm The crippling effects of red tape on the economy are unfortunately not restricted to the NSW housing sector. As chairman of the Senate Select Committee on […]

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Roy Hill delivers for Rinehart

2 November 2017 The West Australian By Stuart McKinnon Gina Rinehart’s Roy Hill Holdings is celebrating its maiden annual profit, marking the first full year of commercial production from its $US10 billion […]

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Article – ‘Natural resources drive a country’s economy’ conclude the key speakers at Global Natural Resources Conclave

20 April 2017India Partnered ‘Economic development cannot take a nation forward on its own. We need a society and economy which complement each other. ’- Narendra Modi These inspiring lines from Prime […]

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Double Win for Gina Rinehart and Roy Hill at the PLATTS GLOBAL METALS AWARDS

18 May 2017 Hancock Prospecting and Roy Hill are excited to announce that Executive Chairman, Mrs Gina Rinehart, and the Roy Hill project have been recognised at the prestigious Platts Global Metals […]

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