Wednesday 18th Jul, 2018

Arrium workers vote for pay-cut after bailout rejected

Embattled South Australian steelmaker Arrium has convinced the majority of its workers to take a 10% pay reduction, after its…
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Alan Jones addressing an anti-coal seam gas rally in Bowral. Photo: Creative Commons / Jeremy Buckingham

Jones to fly in as taxpayer bill looms at Queensland Nickel

Polarising radio figurehead Alan Jones is reportedly set to fly in to a meeting of workers at the embattled Queensland…
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Roy Hill train. Photo: Roy Hill

Reinhart lieutenant upbeat on iron ore price

One Hancock Prospecting director has provided a public vote of confidence for iron ore, predicting the commodity will not dip…
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Super Quad. Photo: Qube

Qube lands Brockman Super Quad deal

Brockman Mining plans to continue its efforts to move iron ore on Fortescue Metals Group’s Pilbara railway, despite agreeing with…
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Tribunal move accused of unfairly favouring unions

An order by the Federal Government’s Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal threatens to destroy the livelihood of tens of thousands of…
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Glencore lays out rail sale proposal

Mining group Glencore has reportedly presented funds with a 30-year guarantee for its coal haulage as part of the sale…
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Victorian treasurer Tim Pallas. Photo: Tim Pallas MP

Port of Melbourne lease process begins

The Victorian Government is fielding expressions of interest for parties interested in buying the Port of Melbourne under a long-term…
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Fortescue Chief Executive Officer Andrew Forrest aboard the first train loaded with iron ore. Photo: FMG

Forrest declares supply ‘vandalism’ over

Fortescue Metals Group chairman Andrew Forrest has told The Australian that the irresponsible “oversupply” of iron ore by his major…
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