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Protesters 'occupy' Buru Energy PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 15:30

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A small group of protesters have "occupied" Buru Energy's Perth office, outlining their support for "Pacific Island Climate Warriors" and opposition to Buru's plans in the Kimberley.

 
Gold output falls for Newcrest PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 15:27

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Newcrest Mining's NSW gold project is helping it keep on top of costs as it works to turn around its fortunes.

 
Oil prices fall after brief rally PDF Print E-mail
AFP, THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 15:25

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Oil prices dipped Monday on concerns about high supplies and more signs from key Middle Eastern producers that OPEC has no plans to cut crude output.

 
India's PM to reform coal industry PDF Print E-mail
AFP, THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 15:17

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India's government has pledged to open up the coal mining industry to private players in the energy-starved country as Prime Minister Narendra Modi unleashes promised reforms to revive the ailing economy.

 
Drayton South mine refused PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 09:12

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Authorities have rejected a plan to build the Drayton South coal mine in New South Wales Hunter Valley, saying the project isn't in the public interest and is a threat to the region's thoroughbred and tourism industries.

 
Company fined over FMG death PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 09:08

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A Fortescue Metals Group contractor has been fined $115,000 over the death of an electrician at the iron ore miner's Christmas Creek operations in Western Australia.

 
Newcrest gold production falls PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 09:06

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Newcrest Mining's gold production has fallen 12 per cent in the September quarter, compared to the previous three months.

 
Arrium lifts iron ore shipments PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 08:57

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Arrium shipped a record amount of iron ore in the first quarter of the financial year, but was forced to cut prices for customers.

 
Trial planned for Palmer case PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Monday, 20 October 2014 14:18

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Two Chinese companies suing mining magnate Clive Palmer have a genuine dispute against him, a judge says.

 
Talisman flags Sinclair purchase PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Monday, 20 October 2014 14:16

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Shares in explorer Talisman Mining have exploded this morning, after the company announced it is buying the Sinclair nickel project off Glencore for $10 million.

 
NSW now strongest economy PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Monday, 20 October 2014 14:14

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New South Wales has knocked off Western Australia as the country's strongest economy, as the glow of the mining investment boom continues to fade.

 
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