Author: Richard Szabo

Fostoria dinosaur Lightning Ridge

Australia’s first herd of dinosaur remains discovered in Outback mine

An entire herd of dinosaur fossils has been found for the first time in Australian history at an Outback

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Gascoyne Resources

Mining chiefs jump ship before metal producer goes under

Key decision makers called it quits just days before a precious metal producer suffered financial ruin on June 2.

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Lycopodium Minerals

Contract awarded for $429.7M metal project in North Queensland

An engineering consultancy has won one of the first tenders for a US$297 million (A$429.7 million) exotic metal project

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Queensland Resources Council

Industry celebrates three year freeze on mining royalties

The mining sector is expected to enjoy greater investment and jobs growth for at least the next few years

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APLNG

Industry predicts new boom after tenders called for gas exploration

New land released for gas exploration will bring major work opportunities to Queensland’s mining sector, an industry body has

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Kalium Lakes

Four contracts awarded for part of a $216M mining project

An exploration company has awarded four tenders for part of its $216 million mining development in Western Australia’s Pilbara

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Mistake Creek Station Central Queensland

Bowen Basin mining town renamed to end emergency services chaos

A Bowen Basin town with 38 residents will be swallowed up by the nearest city to help end confusion

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CFMEU industrial action

Industry fears Queensland could be ‘conned’ by $21B mining project

An industry body is concerned the Queensland Government’s decision to fast-track approval for a $21 billion mine could put

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MacMines Austasia China Stone Project

Chinese proponent walks away from $6.7B mine in North Queensland

An Asia-backed mining company has stopped seeking approval for its $6.7 billion project in Queensland’s Galilee Basin. A subsidiary

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Anastacia Palaszczuk at Hay Point Terminal

Palaszczuk ‘really sorry’ Labor let the industry down, promises to make up for it

Queensland’s top bureaucrat has admitted the ruling party made a mistake on assessing a $21 billion mining project in

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