Morning News Bites – May 26

The stacks at the decommissioned Hazelwood Power Station came down yesterday near Morwell in Victoria in sensational style. While in Victoria, Stavely Minerals has received correspondence from the Earth Resources Regulation informing of the grant of two key Retention Licences for the Stavely Copper Gold Project and the Ararat Copper Project. A Retention license is …

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Morning News Bites – May 25

Western Australia suffers widespread damage with the SES receiving calls every 3 minutes or so as a former Tropical Cyclone and low pressure system causes damage from Onslow to Esperance. Around 50,000 residents without power. A Western Australian Government initiative is set to help kickstart drilling at South Bronzewing Gold project. The Exploration Incentive Scheme …

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Morning News Bites – May 19

Caltex is renamed Ampol today, Westpac announces key executive changes, while consumer confidence is growing according to the ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence Index. The development of new nickel targets for Galileo Mining at Fraser Range has revealed three intrusions which have been named, Think Big, Backwood and Green Moon. Galileo Managing Director Brad Underwood said: …

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Morning News Bites – May 18

COVID-19 has closed 12 restaurants in Victoria for deep cleaning following a delivery truck driver testing positive. New reverse circulation drill results has revealed shallow gold intercepts for Kin Mining near Leonora. The latest results confirm shallow mineralisation over a 500m strike length at Cardinia Hill, where recent drilling returned outstanding results such as 15m …

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Morning News Bites – May 15

Unemployment figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics show an increase of 600,000 during April attributed to Coronavirus. Legend Mining’s Mawson prospect within Rockford project drill results are in. Results have shown two significant nickel-copper sulphide zones in one particular drill hole. Managing Director Mark Wilson said “These results support Legend’s previous statements that …

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Morning News Bites – May 14

Unemployment in Australia set to see increases based on COVID-19 restrictions on businesses   Civmec awarded significant scope of work for Rio Tinto’s Robe Valley sustaining project in the Pilbara, Western Australia. This will involve supply, fabrication, modularisation, transportation to site, erection, modification, installation, and commissioning of structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation, and communication work …

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Our Latest News Bites, Podcasts and COVID-19 changing business

We know COVID-19 has changed businesses. Whether it’s working from home, looking at your digital options for running businesses or having a fine tooth comb over your operations. This pandemic has brought on the biggest change to how we are looking at our business, some for the first time in their existence. One thing we …

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