Morning News Bites – July 8

Restrictions tighten to get in to Victoria as blame continues on Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews. Deloitte cuts staff and tax relief may come soon according to Josh Frydenberg The creation of an integrated monitoring and governance platform for Tailing Storage Facilities is a cause of Memorandum of Understanding between K2Fly and Decipher. According to Chief …

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Morning News Bites – July 2

Woolworths has been fined $1 million for continuing to send emails to recipents who indicated they no longer wanted to receive correspondence, Victoria goes in to postcode lockdown and Tesla overtakes Toyota as the world’s most valuable carmaker. SRG Global has provided the market with an update on its operations and also outlined bringing forward a …

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Morning News Bites – April 24 2020

Mines Safety Levy in Western Australia to be reduced by 20 per cent to 17 cents per billable hour WA Government announces support package for construction industry, the package includes $10 million to provide an immediate, one-off payment of $2,000 to employers of existing apprentices and trainees currently receiving Construction Training Fund (CTF) grant payments.  …

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How The Mining Industry Is Protecting Itself

There has been plenty of commentary how mining is continuing on during the Covid-19 pandemic. Industry Link Media are pleased to present positive examples of how the industry is showing the care and attention to its workers and communities. Feature Image – CMEWA via LinkedIn

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Beacon Minerals Reveals Positive Panther Intercepts And International Prospects

The Panther prospect for Beacon Minerals has delivered some very positive results at shallow depth after results were revealed to the market. Some highlights of the program included: PBRC070 13 metres @ 16.4g/t Au from 9 metres including 1 metre @ 195g/t Au from 13 metres PBRC071 11 metres @ 7.1g/t Au from 7 metres including 1 metre @ …

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Sykes Transport Powering On With Business

  As a transport provider based in WA after starting in Geelong, Victoria in 1959, Sykes Transport is operating business as usual. General Freight services are continuing around WA and also interstate despite hard border controls. But the freight levels and loads for Sykes Transport continue and remain constant. The demand on logistics and the …

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