Sunday 19th Nov, 2017
Cement rocks. Photo: Honeywell

Wagners not worried by potential new Brickworks site

The initial public offering of building materials manufacturer Wagners could struggle to realise the value executives may have hoped, after…
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Suspected fraud costs AdBri $14m

Cement and lime manufacturer Adelaide Brighton has called in forensic accountants from KPMG to investigate $14 million in underpayments by…
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New weighbridge to benefit Two Wells users

South Australian grain handler Viterra says an additional weighbridge at its Two Wells site will improve turnaround times for lentil…
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Palaszczuk commits $3.1m to Townsville lithium plant

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says her Government will spend $3.1 million on a feasibility study for a proposed $2 billion…
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Iron Road signs MoU with grains co-op

Mine developer Iron Road has signed an agreement with a new farmers co-operative to develop a grains export business to…
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Gas price could claim Incitec plant

Industrial chemicals manufacturer Incitec Pivot says it will have to close its Brisbane fertiliser plant, if forecast gas prices are…
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Attacked over partner’s involvement, Palaszczuk to veto Adani loan

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has declared her Government will veto a potential $1 billion loan for Adani’s proposed Carmichael mine…
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Glencore wrapped up in Paradise Papers leak

Commodities giant Glencore is among a group of multinational companies named in the latest massive leak of confidential legal and…
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Union rep who abused colleagues reinstated

South32 has been ordered to reinstate a coal worker who verbally abused and physically threatened his co-workers, after the Fair…
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