Friday 20th Apr, 2018
Wagons without bogies at the Bradken commissioning site at Kwinana, WA. Photo: Bradken

Bradken revenue down

Engineering group Bradken has reported a 15.2% drop in sales revenue in FY16, citing global softness and a lack of…
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Awards night is not to be missed. Photo: Greg Dickins

Nominations open for Bulk Handling Awards

It’s time to blow your horn and let the industry know about your successes, innovation and hard work. Nominate yourself,…
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$2.1m steel facility complete in Mt Gambier

Construction is complete on a $2.1 million steel fabricating facility in Mount Gambier, South Australia. Whitty Engineering’s new facility was…
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CIMIC slammed despite net profit

Shares in construction and contracting firm CIMIC have fallen roughly 20% in early trading, despite the company announcing a first…
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Bento Rodrigues after Samarco disaster Photo Anonio Cruz Agencia Brasil Creative Commons

Court overturns BHP’s Brazil disaster deal

A deal to suspend an $8.2 billion claim against BHP Billiton and joint venture partner Vale has been overturned by…
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Photo: Roy Hill

WSP/Parsons team recognised for Roy Hill project

Roy Hill contractor WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff has raked in two awards in the space of a fortnight for its…
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Mining exploration gets $100m budget injection

$100m in additional funding announced in the budget will help map mineral, energy and groundwater potential in northern Australia and…
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The Aurizon locomotive derailed in north west Queensland. Photo: Queensland Rail

Floodwaters triggered acid train derailment

Drainage systems are under the microscope after the ATSB found the December 2015 derailment of a sulphuric acid train in…
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