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BY JENNIFER PETERSON-WARD   

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Mineral sands is set to gather steam this year

The last quarter of this year could see an influx of investors transitioning from major and mid-cap mineral sands producers to junior players in the market, one industry player predicts.

 
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Bilinguals an asset in global age

For most native English speakers, trying to master workplace or negotiating skills in Mandarin or Portuguese may seem positively daunting, but speaking a second language is a hugely important business skill in the resources sector and it will only become more so, according to recruiting firm Hays.

 
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BY PHILIP LENDICH, OPERATIONS DIRECTOR, AGGREKO   

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Make QHSE the way to work

Operating in a hazardous or high-pressured environment can mean anything from working in the intense temperatures of the harsh Australian climate to working in hard to reach locations.

 
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BY BRUCE NIXON, CEO, HOLOCENTRIC   

Seven ways resource companies can foster enterprise-wide innovation

 

As global competition intensifies and economies grow, demand for resources rises. Simultaneously there is an increasing focus on sustainability and compliance, as the resource industry faces more pressure to respond to the changing marketplace and increased regulation.

 
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BY ANIKA STAFFA   

Overhaul heralds a new era

In early December, Western Australian Premier Colin Barnett and (former) Regional Development Minister Brendon Grylls unveiled the redeveloped Sharpe Avenue – Karratha’s main street – as part of the $65 million Stage 1 Karratha City Centre Infrastructure Works.

 
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BY JENNIFER PETERSON-WARD   

Productivity power play

New moves to give state and territory governments more power to sign off on applications for major mining projects have been welcomed by the industry, but environmentalists say they could severely weaken national environment protection.

 

 
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