Saturday 24th Mar, 2018
Steven Marshall being sworn in as SA premier. Photo: Steven Marshall Twitter

New SA premier vows to help businesses

South Australia’s premier-elect Steven Marshall says his Liberal Government plans to focus on growing the economy by helping businesses after…
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MUA banners. Photo: Jim Wilson

Coalition working Senate to block MUA-CFMEU merger

The controversial merger of two of Australia’s largest and most militant workers’ unions is under threat, after Senate crossbenchers confirmed…
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Wafi-Golpu joint venture site. Photo: Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture

Newcrest opts for ocean-dumping for PNG tailings solution

Tailings from Newcrest Mining’s proposed copper-gold mine in Papua New Guinea will be deposited into the ocean, under updated plans…
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Coal wagons Aurizon. Photo: Aurizon

Harding calls for “proven” competition boss

Aurizon boss Andrew Harding has reportedly stepped up his criticism of the Queensland Competition Authority, saying its next chairman will…
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Etnyre Falcon live bottom trailer.

Live bottom trailer available in west

Etnyre Falcon live bottom trailers are now available to WA, SA and NT bulk handling and agriculture industries. WA-based road…
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The new pump delivers big performance.

High pressure, high flow pump

Australian Pump Industries has released a new diesel powered 4” pump that delivers both high pressure and high flow. Called…
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Adani protestors in Brisbane before the state election. Photo: Dan Macias

Carmichael boss hits back at ‘loudest voices’

Adani Australia chief executive Jeyakumar Janakaraj has labelled critics of the Carmichael coal mine the vocal minority, and has reinforced…
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Sino Iron takes another impairment

CITIC has yet again taken a major hit on its Sino Iron magnetite project in the Pilbara, writing down the…
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Aurizon is feeling the force of struggling coal and iron ore markets. Photo: RailGallery

Aurizon lambasts regulator’s ‘fundamental failure’

A draft ruling limiting Aurizon’s Central Queensland Coal Network revenues “fundamentally fails” to recognise the commercial and regulatory risks involved…
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