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Gina Rinehart's Roy Hill mining company has told caterers to tighten food security after a worker at its Western Australian site bit into a poisoned piece of fruit.
Shares in Doray Minerals surged higher after the gold miner lifted production guidance and lowered costs.
Lynas Corporation Founder and Chairman Nicholas Curtis (pictured) will leave the company in February after 14 years.
Shares in Resource Equipment have soared after the water and power equipment company announced a takeover offer from a US water pump tycoon, valuing the company at $115.5 million or 26 cents a share.

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