Morning News Bites – September 22

Morning News Bites for September 16. Macquarie CEO to advise Federal Government on energy road map, global banks aim to contain damage over leaked documents showing they transferred more than $US2 trillion ($2.8 trillion) in suspect funds over nearly two decades and former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett accuses the state leaders of not accepting responsibility for coronavirus second …

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Morning News Bites – September 18

Morning News Bites for September 18. Indian company Adani has starting digging its controversial Carmichael coal mine in Central Queensland, New Zealand in recession after record 12pc contraction and changes to Job Seeker, with recipients needing to search for eight jobs a month to receive the payment.  Venus Metals Corporation Limited in conjunction with Rox Resources Limited reported …

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Morning News Bites – September 17

Morning News Bites for September 17. The ASX has opened weaker as Fortescue, Commonwealth Bank and Afterpay weigh on the index, Victoria reports lowest COVID-19 cases in 2 months as NSW eases border restrictions for regional communities.  Mincor’s Board approves development of the Kambalda Nickel Operations. The announcement of a Final Investment Decision for the planned re-commencement …

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Morning News Bites – September 16

Morning News Bites for September 16. Australian Nurses Union study finds COVID-19 infections in Australia could be nearly 60,000 more than reported, heavy rain forecast for drought-stricken towns in central Australia and Technology Metals Australia announce a life-of-mine update for their Gabanintha Vanadium Project in WA.  Technology Metals Australia Limited announced an update of the Gabanintha Vanadium Project …

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Morning News Bites – September 15

Morning News Bites for September 15. Petrol to challenge $1 a litre again, Former Australian Prime Minister Keating proposes HECS-style system to cover the cost of aged care and a rocket is due to be launched in the outback of SA, to reach the edge of space.  Significant gold, silver and base metal geochemical anomalies …

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Morning News Bites – July 17

Bluescope is conducting a strategic review of its New Zealand Operations, FMG hits record high and Westpac has been served with class action. Magmatic Resources has commenced drilling at Boda North. There is the mobilisation of a second rig and commencement of RC drilling activity at Boda North as RC drilling continues at Lady Ilse, …

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Morning News Bites – July 14

Westpac have appointed a new Chief Financial Officer – Michael Rowland, joining Westpac from KPMG. New South Wales tightens some restrictions at licensed venues and former Channel 9 honcho David Gyngell suffers a heart attack. Bardoc Gold has received broad high grade intercepts from drilling at Omega Lode. The highlights included 37m @ 6.21g/t Au from …

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Morning News Bites – July 10

China is not happy with the Australian Government’s offer to assist Hong Kong citizens with a pathway to residency. A Victorian won $80 million in Powerball Lotto, pretty ironic as they cant go anywhere to spend it and Spot Gold is at $1803US/oz Iron Ore – $107.05US/t and Nickel ended down on Wall Street trade …

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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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