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Dissident savaged by Tap boss PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Wednesday, 01 April 2015 12:28

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Tap Oil Managing Director Troy Hayden has launched a blistering attack on his biggest shareholder as the war for control of the $60 million company turned into an ugly slanging match with Thai tycoon Chatchai Yenbamroong.

 
Iron ore lobby group shuts down PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Wednesday, 01 April 2015 12:27

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A Western Australian iron ore lobby group has shut down because of tough conditions facing the industry.

 
Nickel continues to be pummelled PDF Print E-mail
REUTERS, AAP   
Wednesday, 01 April 2015 12:25

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Nickel has extended recent hefty losses, sliding to its lowest in nearly six years and ending March down 12 per cent, with prices pummelled by record supply and weak demand for stainless steel.

 
Iron ore falls to record low PDF Print E-mail
AAP   
Wednesday, 01 April 2015 12:23

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The price of iron ore has fallen to fresh lows as demand from China slows and supplies accumulate.

 
Tap dissident reveals all PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 15:21

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Dissident Tap Oil shareholder Chatchai Yenbamroong has ramped up his attack on the company's board, accusing it in a letter to shareholders of presiding over a long-term erosion of value.

 
Galaxy surges on deal close PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 15:12

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Shares in Galaxy Resources surged after the company announced it was on the verge of closing out the protracted sale of its troubled lithium processing plant in China.

 
Iron ore bottoms out PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 10:52

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Shares in iron ore miners have risen despite the price of the commodity sliding to a fresh post-global financial crisis low overnight.

 
BHP considers coal import PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 10:49

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One of the world's biggest coal miners, BHP Billiton, is considering importing the fossil fuel through Bunbury Port amid heightened concerns Griffin Coal is struggling to maintain supply to the Worsley alumina plant.

 
Union forced to pay up PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 10:45

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The maritime union and a national labour hire firm have been ordered to pay a Perth couple more than $720,000 in compensation after they were refused jobs because they were not union members.

 
Primero readies for more work PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 10:41

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Primero Group Managing Director Cameron Henry says the successful delivery of a maiden project for Chevron's US$29 ($37.6) billion Wheatstone LNG contract will be the start of more work with blue-chip clients.

 
GR in line for Sirius contract PDF Print E-mail
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN   
Monday, 30 March 2015 10:59

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Sirius Resources has named GR Engineering as its preferred tenderer for the construction of a processing plant at its flagship Nova nickel project near Balladonia.

 
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