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Exploration/Development, Finance, Iron ore, News, Production

What $23 billion means for Simandou

Simandou – which is one of the most significant mining projects in recent history – just received a $US15 billion ($22.94 billion) injection. This puts the mine on track to deliver first iron ore by the end of 2025.

Bravus gets behind Rockhampton basketball

Bravus Mining and Resources will be cheering up a storm when the Rockhampton Cyclones and Rockets take to Bravus Arena on April 13.
Inflation Reduction Act
Battery minerals, Commodities, Exploration/Development, Finance, News

Australia to rival Inflation Reduction Act

The Federal Government has introduced a policy to rival the US Government’s $US520 billion Inflation Reduction Act. What does it involve and what could it mean for Australia's resource sector?
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Finance, Gold, News

Ol’ faithful: Why gold can’t be kept down

While nickel and lithium battle headwinds, gold keeps on keeping on. Australian Resources & Investment takes a closer look at what drives the precious metal higher.
copper prices high
Commodities, Copper, Finance, News

Copper price climbs to 14-month high

After soaring above $US9000 per tonne earlier this month, copper prices continue to surge higher and are now nudging $US9400/t. What is fuelling this?


tracer technologies

Innovative insights into mine water flows

SRK Consulting on how tracer technologies can aid sustainable resource management in legacy and active mines.
Transition Resources

Transition chases grade in Cloncurry

Transition Resources has been operating largely under the radar in north-west Queensland, with two new mines soon to enter production.
resources sector technology

Protecting miners and Australia’s GDP

In the resources sector, technology failures that halt operations can equate to vast amounts in lost production.
ESG 2024

Emerging ESG issues in mining for 2024

With a greater environmental, social and governance focus expected in the mining industry in 2024, what key themes will drive this?


A Bold statement

The world’s second largest mining company has appointed a new chief operating officer.

Merger creates Australia’s ‘largest unhedged gold producer’

It is hoped Australia's new largest unhedged gold producer will be able to produce more than 400,000 ounces of gold per annum, with a market capitalisation of $2.2 billion.


cargo, export, ship

Digesting the latest Resources and Energy Quarterly

Resources and energy export earnings are down, but the long-term outlook seems increasingly positive thanks to these factors.
lithium price bottom

Have lithium prices bottomed out?

While analysts such as Canaccord Genuity have suggested the lithium price has already bottomed out, there might be more to the picture. The lithium outlook was closely analysed at the Tribeca Future Facing Commodities Conference this week.
Iris Metals

Reviving a historic lithium mine

Iris Metals is looking to mine once again at the historic Beecher project in South Dakota, US, announcing a suite of high-grade assays.


Carnaby Resources

Carnaby acquires copper tenements near Mt Isa

Carnaby Resources has acquired a 70 per cent equity in three Mt Isa copper tenements through a $20 million transaction with Hammer Metals.
West Musgrave, copper

Queensland copper miner gets $5 million stamp of approval

True North Copper has secured a $5 million cash injection as it gears up for a big year of exploration …
executive, leadership, board, fortescue, liontown

A Liontown founder steps down  

Tim Goyder farewells a friend and founding director of Liontown. Elsewhere, De Grey assembles an all-star team to ramp up its Hemi gold project.
True North 2024, copper

Queensland’s newest copper mine

True North Copper (TNC) will commence mining ore at its Cloncurry copper project in Queensland later this year.

Battery Minerals

Core, critical minerals

How to develop a critical minerals project

At Core Resources, we’ve worked on critical minerals projects for more than 20 years, so we’ve learned there are many …
Lincoln graphite

Lincoln hits over 30 per cent graphite

The Kookaburra Gully project in South Australia continues to deliver high-grade results for Lincoln Minerals.
rare earths funding

An avalanche of rare earths funding

The Australian rare earths sector has been receiving a lot of love in recent weeks, with a swell of big cheques arriving to support project development. So what has driven this?

Company Profiles


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 …