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Sierra Nevada Gold
Commodities, Exploration/Development, Gold, News

Sierra Nevada soars on 1270g/t silver hit

Sierra Nevada Gold nearly doubled its share price in the space of an hour after announcing a 1270 grams per tonne (g/t) silver intersection at its Endowment mine in Nevada, US.
Golden Ridge gold
Commodities, Exploration/Development, Gold, News

Golden Ridge continues to expand

Flynn Gold has intersected grades of up to 64.4 grams per tonne gold at its Golden Ridge project in north-east Tasmania.
Pilbara region
Commodities, Exploration/Development, Iron ore, News

Unlocking Australia’s new iron ore district

Spanning more than 500,000 square kilometres, the Pilbara region captures a large cross-section of northern Western Australia. Now a new iron ore district has emerged, with a major miner this week declaring first commercial production.
First Quantum
Copper, Exploration/Development, Lithium, News, Nickel

Western Yilgarn expands prospective nickel project

Western Yilgarn has increased exploration targets at its Ida Holmes Junction nickel project in Western Australia.
copper record high
Commodities, Copper, Finance, News

Market chaos sends copper to record high

Copper prices have reached record highs in London and New York amidst a trading frenzy driven by looming supply shortages. What does this say about the broader copper thematic?

Features

Australian copper

The next string of Australian copper miners

There’s no doubting the strong copper demand profile in the years to come, with the base metal set to play an increasingly important role in the renewable energy transition. Here's six emerging Australian companies looking to enter the copper fray.
precious metals

The future of precious metals

Shining a light on Argent Minerals, Kalamazoo Resources and Falcon Metals – three companies looking to become precious metals producers.
gold record high

Gold is at record highs – so why aren’t gold stocks?

With the gold price recently reaching an all-time record, many investors are scratching their heads when they look at their gold portfolios.
True North Cloncurry

A new copper player emerges

True North Copper is aiming to become a producer of copper sulphide ore at its Cloncurry project in north-west Queensland. …

Commodities

Poseidon resurfaces at Lake Johnston

After a four-month hiatus, Poseidon Nickel has recommenced exploration at its Lake Johnston project in Western Australia.

Why invest in a junior explorer?

The junior exploration industry can be fraught with risk when it comes to investment, but it can also be a hive of opportunity. Lowell Resources Fund tells us why juniors can be a lucrative investment.
green hydrogen

The state of hydrogen in 2024

Lincoln uranium

A growing uranium treasure chest

BHP

‘There is no end game’: Inside BHP’s strategy

Lithium

lithium carbonate

Lithium carbonate vs hydroxide: What’s the difference?

Two of the most important materials in the electric vehicle supply chain are lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide, but what’s the difference between these refined products and which will experience greater demand in the future?
Andover lithium project

Azure Minerals takeover paves the way for Andover production

Joint bidders Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A. (SQM) and Hancock Prospecting have officially bagged Azure Minerals for $1.7 …
Arcadium Lithium

A ‘winning model’ for a lithium company: Arcadium

Allkem and Livent recently merged to create a lithium behemoth. What does Arcadium Lithium chief executive officer Paul Graves have to say about the transaction four months on?

Copper

BHP Anglo

Another BHP offer, another rejection

Anglo American has remained steadfast in its position, rejecting a revised takeover bid from BHP valued at more than $64 billion.
Glencore Austral

Queensland copper producer gets a lifeline

A Tier 1 miner has come to the rescue of a Queensland copper producer after it went into receivership in early May. This comes as copper prices recently topped $US10,000 per tonne.
BHP Anglo American

Copper nudges $US10,000 as BHP–Anglo tussle begins

It’s seemingly the predictable tale, but Anglo American chose to reject BHP’s $60 billion bid, which in turn sent BHP shares tumbling. This came as copper – BHP’s prized possession – continued its climb, with prices nudging $US10,000 per tonne on Monday.
BHP Anglo

Copper the ticket in $60b BHP–Anglo deal

BHP is continuing its global advances, launching a bid to acquire Anglo American subject to the spin-off of Anglo American Platinum and Kumba Iron Ore. What has driven this move?

Battery Minerals

Lincoln critical minerals

Lincoln takes Kookaburra to the world

Lincoln Minerals will join a delegation of Australian companies making their way to Europe to take part in a critical minerals trade mission.
VHM rare earths production

VHM on track for rare earths production

VHM remains on schedule to commence rare earths production in 2025, with a series of important milestones achieved in the March quarter.
Jupiter manganese

This manganese miner is soaring

Manganese miner Jupiter Mines’ stock jumped nearly 10 per cent on Monday and has climbed more than 50 per cent over the past month.

Company Profiles

gold

Linden Gold: an ASX junior with a big appetite

Linden Gold Alliance is fixing to establish a significant landholding in the South Laverton goldfields in WA. The miner has …
great white, kaolin

Australian kaolin on the global stage

When it comes to the kaolin industry, Australia’s distance from the traditional markets in America, China and Europe put it …