Sunday 18th Feb, 2018
Coal. Photo: Shutterstock

180-day strike over in WA

Workers at WA’s Griffin Coal mine have voted to accept a cut in pay in order to end a six-month…
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Rio mulling Pacific Aluminium float

Rio Tinto is reportedly looking into the potential of a full or partial listing of its Pacific Aluminium division on…
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Aurizon train on Queensland Rain Network. Photo: Aurizon

Aurizon cancels bid for Galilee Basin rail funds

Freight rail operator Aurizon has announced that it is withdrawing its application for federal funding to build a rail corridor…
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Container stradler at Patrick Brisbane. Photo: Jim Wilson

Patrick upping truck fees at major terminals

Stevedore Patrick has angered the trucking industry with fee increases across all four of its major Australian container terminals, and…
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Tyre recycler to float on ASX

A Perth-based company using thermal desorption to recycle rubber tyres is preparing to list on the Australian Stock Exchange. Pearl…
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HammerTek’s ‘Smart Elbow’ lands Down Under

HammerTek has launched its line of pneumatic conveying system deflection elbows in Australia, via its local distributor Flexicon. The company’s…
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Miners should double as futurists in 2018: Deloitte

Miners will have to embrace automation, robotics and artificial intelligence to survive a disruptive 2018, according to a new report…
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Aurizon is feeling the force of struggling coal and iron ore markets. Photo: RailGallery

Harding to hear investors’ growth concerns

Investors are set to question rail operator Aurizon’s growth options at the company’s half-year results presentation, after key iron ore…
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Downer writes off $77m in mining goodwill

Downer has written off the remaining goodwill value of its mining unit, after losing two of its biggest contracts over…
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