The Senate has demanded an Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s internal review of how it handled the failed WA rent for life scheme operator Sterling First.
Being able to bring their full self to work has made all the difference to WA’s Lizzie Plotnek, who just won a major national prize for LGBTQIA+ leadership.
A major Australian stevedore has become the first known blue collar employer to take a hardline stance on unvaccinated WA workers by warning their jobs could be terminated.
The owner of Bunnings, Target, Kmart and Officeworks says it is seeing a strong correlation between high vaccination rates and improved business and consumer confidence.
Sean Smith and Adrian Lowe
BHP is investigating the use of tailings from its Nickel West operations near Leinster to capture carbon and store it permanently.
The upbeat mood that carried the Dow Jones and bitcoin to records a day earlier ran out of steam.
Tietto Minerals has rolled out several high-grade gold intercepts from recent drilling at its Abujar-Gludehi deposit in Côte d’Ivoire. The best result was 7 metres going almost an ounce to the tonne at 30.67 grams per tonne gold from 125m including a head-turning 2m hit going 102.39 g/t gold.
Advanced Mine Performance Training Services launches a Supreme Court action listed drilling group DDH1 allegedly ripping off manuals and assessment materials.
Mineral exploration company, Mount Ridley Mines continues to kick goals at its namesake rare earth element project near Esperance in WA. Initial metallurgical testing of 489 samples from 215 drill holes has showed high recovery rates of total rare earth oxides.
ASX-listed, Blackstone Minerals has teamed up with leading supply chain traceability provider, Circulor to launch a nickel and cathode precursor “traceability” system for its Ta Khao nickel operations in Vietnam. The collaboration will empower Blackstone to demonstrate its compliance with ESG sustainability metrics.
Lithium Energy is looking to establish a downstream graphite processing facility in QLD after producing some promising test results from its uber-high grade Burke graphite deposit. The deposit has an impressive mineral resource grade of 16 per cent total graphitic carbon.
The beleaguered casino operator isn’t sure if it has paid the right amount of tax in WA, after massively underpaying in Victoria.
Rebecca Le May
The Federal Court won't stand in the way of the ABC airing a program about a prominent dermatologist who has pre-emptively sued the show's sources.
The ASX closed barely changed after a rollercoaster session, but the teeny gains still count as the fifth day in the green over the past six.
Bosnia and Herzegovina-focused base metals play Lykos Metals has enjoyed a stellar ASX debut, closing up 60 per cent on its issue price.
Claims that the Nationals will be paid out with $250 billion by the government for agreeing to net zero have been slammed.
Business Council Australia chief executive Jennifer Westacott is urging the WA Government to outline its plan to reconnect with the rest of the nation.
The cryptocurrency has hit a new record high. As a result, temptations to buy in may be growing, too. Before you do, though, here are some useful things to consider, according to experts.
BCI Minerals has pushed the button on its $1.2 billion Mardie salt and potash project near Karratha.
There are three qualified jobseekers vying for every entry level position, new data has revealed.
Rio Tinto’s shift in strategy towards more aggressive decarbonisation and higher growth has received a mixed reaction from analysts.
The mining giant has pressed pause on sites across the State to address workers on the scourge, as well as racism and bullying.
The Morrison government has been accused of being “addicted to secrecy” after it failed to publicly release an important document this morning.
China’s real estate sector has to be ‘substantially smaller’ to keep the overall economy healthy and stable, said a top expert on the Chinese housing market.
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