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On The Bench: The Rush from Uranium? [VIDEO]

On The Bench: The Rush from Uranium? [VIDEO]

In a new segment for Australian Mining, Editor Cole Latimer and Journalist Vicky Validakis sit down to discuss commodities, the mining industry and breaking news in resources across the globe.

Australian Mining's Weekly News Wrap [VIDEO]

Australian Mining's Weekly News Wrap [VIDEO]

This week's video wrap focuses on job cuts at Hastings Deering, the QLD government's decision to ban uranium mining, and the continuing lag of the iron ore price.

Mining and geopolitical risk: A global breakdown

Mining and geopolitical risk: A global breakdown

In part 8 of our Tracking the Trends feature, Australian Mining examines the issue of geopolitical risk for miners in different parts of the world, and the pros and cons of each region.

Australian Mining's Weekly News Wrap [VIDEO]

Australian Mining's Weekly News Wrap [VIDEO]

Australian Mining's editor Cole Latimer talks about the demise of the iron ore price, juniors opting out of the mineral resources sector, and China's plans to cut coal consumption.

Mining's top ten billionaires in 2015

Mining's top ten billionaires in 2015

Despite a relatively rough year in the industry, mining still has a number of billionaires. Australian Mining examines Forbes list of the top billionaires to see who is making money in mining.

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Price of iron ore edges closer to $US50 a tonne

Price of iron ore edges closer to $US50 a tonne

The price of iron ore has taken another dive to hit a fresh six-year low.

BHP Billiton calls for an end to unnecessary strike action

BHP Billiton calls for an end to unnecessary strike action

As part of its submission to the Productivity Commission, BHP Billiton has proposed six reforms, including that strike action be a last resort.


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Newly discovered layer in Earth's mantle can affect surface dwellers too

Newly discovered layer in Earth's mantle can affect surface dwellers too

An insight into the new layer of the Earth, and what it may hold.

Queensland government slaps uranium sector in the face, refuses to say why [OPINION]

Queensland government slaps uranium sector in the face, refuses to say why [OPINION]

The Queensland government has decided to ban uranium mining but refuses to be transparent in its reasoning, and that’s just not good enough.

FactCheck: is 53% of Australia under exploration licence for unconventional mining?

FactCheck: is 53% of Australia under exploration licence for unconventional mining?

Have the figures on CSG and the spread of fracking been grossly exaggerated?

Rio Tinto’s David and Goliath battle: round 2

Rio Tinto’s David and Goliath battle: round 2

The Planning Assessment Commission has given Rio Tinto’s Mount Thorley Warkworth extension the green light sparking another battle between the miner and the small country town of Bulga.

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Science crucial to economic growth, worth $145 billion directly to GDP

Science crucial to economic growth, worth $145 billion directly to GDP

​The contribution to Australia’s economy by maths and science - nearly $300 billion including flow-on benefits – has been measured for the first time.

UGL wins massive Santos GLNG services contract

UGL wins massive Santos GLNG services contract

UGL has won a $120 million contract to provide services at Santos' Curtis Island LNG facility.

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