Morning News Bites – September 10

Today is R U OK? Day. It’s our national day of action when we remind Australians that every day is the day to ask, “Are you OK?” if someone in your world is struggling with life’s ups and downs. Here is a link to a full list of resources that could help anyone who is in …

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Morning News Bites – September 9

In Today’s Morning News Bites for September 9. BHP conforms to hard borders and aims to hire from WA only and Oxford COVID-19 vaccine trial on hold over ‘potentially unexplained illness’.  Western Australian nickel company St George Mining Limited is pleased to announce further strong drill results at its flagship Mt Alexander Project, located in …

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Morning News Bites – September 8

In Today’s Morning News Bites for September 8. NSW, VIC and TAS brace for severe winds and dust storms, Victoria hires Salesforce for contact tracing, WA still with below average home builds despite housing grants.  Legend Mining Limited reported an update from diamond drillhole RKDD023, which was designed to test the 25,000-30,000S conductor at the Mawson Prospect …

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Morning News Bites – September 7

In Today’s Morning News Bites for September 7. Victoria announced its road map out of their COVID19 second wave, Hancock Prospecting leads the field of top 500 private companies taking over from Visy and Novak Djokovic out of US Open after hitting a linesperson in a non deliberate but serious manner. Dreadnought Resources Limited announces that …

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Morning News Bites – September 4

Morning News Bites September 4 2020 S&P Dow Jones Indices announced changes in the S&P/ASX Indices, effective at the open of trading on September 21, 2020, Victoria Premier Dan Andrews set to release the plan for easing restrictions on Sunday and US Tech stocks drove Wall Street down overnight. Encounter Resources have announced drill ready …

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Morning News Bites – September 3

In Today’s Morning News Bites for September 3. Tax relief on the cards for employees and businesses as Australia records a recession. 92 per cent of West Australians backing Mark McGowan on his hard border policy. BHP will pay investors around a 76.6c dividend on Sep 22. Gold and base metals explorer Carawine Resources Limited today …

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Morning News Bites – September 2

In Today’s Morning News Bites for September 2. Former Facebook CEO says new ban on news ‘threatens all Australians’. China announces suspension of Barley imports from Australian CBH Grain. De Grey Mining Limited reports an update at the Hemi Gold Discovery.  De Grey Mining Limited reported the following drilling update at the Hemi Gold Discovery, located approximately …

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Morning News Bites – September 1

In Today’s Morning News Bites for September 1. WA motorists face toughest penalties in Australia if caught using mobile phones while driving. Telstra profits slide 15% for FY20, sighting disruption from the pandemic and bush fire crisis. Lefroy report results from Hang Glider Hill and Lucky Strike Gold exploration hubs 50km South-East of Kalgoorlie.  Lefroy …

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Morning News Bites – August 31

In Today’s Morning News Bites for August 31. PM Support has slipped as states get behind their Premiers. The latest newspoll shows a 50-50 two party preferred, from August 5-8’s 52-48 TPP. Cadia Mine in NSW takes number one spot for 2019/20 production 843,338oz and IOOF set to grab NAB`s MLC. The FY20 results are out for Swick, with …

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