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Shares in Regis Resources were punished after the gold miner flagged production problems at its mines.
Cameco has been granted a five-year window to start construction of the Kintyre uranium mine in the east Pilbara as two of the state's most anticipated next-wave resources projects received key environmental backing.
Tap Oil has responded to an attempted board coup by flagging the sale of assets and even canvassing the prospect of flushing out a takeover offer.
The WA government has injected first financial aid for the state's embattled iron ore juniors, with the Chinese-controlled magnetite producer Karara Mining receiving almost $2 million in royalty rebates.

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