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2014/09/01 14:34
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THE proposed expansion of the Olympic Dam mine has moved a step closer through a Federal Government ruling that BHP Billiton won’t have to undertake a new environmental impact statement on...
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2014/09/01 14:29
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AUSTRALIA is set to sign a deal with India that will boost the uranium mining industry, potentially bringing billions of dollars and thousands of jobs to Australia. Prime Minister Tony Abbott leaves...
2014/09/01 09:42
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One of the most complex Indigenous title claims in South Australian history has been resolved, the state government says. The federal court on Monday recognised a title claim by the Kokatha people...
2014/08/22 14:04
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BIG risk, big reward is a motto which has driven the mining industry for centuries. It applies in South Australia today but key aspects are changing. On the risk side, smart science and public policy...
2014/08/22 05:16
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BHP Billiton chief executive Andrew Mackenzie tells Business Spectator's Robert Gottliebsen and Stephen Bartholomeusz: -- The demerger will allow BHP Billiton to evolve into "stunningly simple"...
2014/08/19 07:34
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MINING giant BHP Billiton will spin off aluminium, coal, manganese, nickel and silver assets into a new listed company, NewCo. The much-awaited announcement came as BHP Billiton lifted its full year...
2014/08/19 01:34
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THE second biggest mine in South Australia would need up to 1800 workers in the construction phase and have a peak production workforce of 500 people, according to a study from OZ Minerals. Its...
2014/08/18 09:17
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ICU: Workers prepare the site of the second mineshaft at Oyu Tolgoi in 2007. Photo: Tom Miles / Reuters Copper is proving to be a hot sector for exploration and one of the areas with the most heat is...
2014/08/15 02:26
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Rex Minerals' Hillside copper mine gets SA lease approvals Rex Minerals is pleased its $850 million planned open-cut copper mine near Ardrossan in South Australia has won State Government...
2014/08/14 08:46
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ICU: Workers prepare the site of the second mineshaft at Oyu Tolgoi in 2007. Photo: Tom Miles / Reuters Copper is proving to be a hot sector for exploration and one of the areas with the most heat is...
2014/08/13 06:10
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Oz Minerals is poised to release a critical study of Australia's largest undeveloped copper resource which it hopes will attract up to a dozen international backers. To date, the copper and gold...
2014/08/12 02:00
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A cheap airline ticket isn’t a bargain if you end up paying a fortune for your checked baggage. This is what the biggest national carriers — Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Tiger, QantasLink and...
2014/08/11 08:05
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PREMIER Jay Weatherill wants South Australians to show a little self-belief amid efforts to revive the state's lagging economy. ADDRESSING business leaders in Adelaide on Monday, the premier outlined...
2014/08/10 12:34
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PREMIER Jay Weatherill will reveal 10 new priority areas for the economy in what is being touted as a major speech aimed at spelling out a new vision for the state. Mr Weatherill will on Monday...
2014/08/08 12:04
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AT its finest, South Australia has been a crucible of social, economic and political innovation. This proud history has stretched from granting women the vote in 1894 to the economic and social...
2014/08/02 13:04
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ADELAIDE oil and gas producer Beach Energy will employ 70 new staff to cope with rapid growth at the Glenside-based company. It will add to 50 new staff the company has put on in the past year,...
2014/08/02 05:04
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ABOUT 1000 protesters, many of them farmers from Yorke and Eyre Peninsula, and the South-East, marched today from Parliament House to Victoria Square in the biggest show of strength to date against...
2014/08/01 23:46
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Heap leaching has taken pole position on the list of possible answers to the riddle that is the development of Olympic Dam. Photo: Supplied Five years ago, BHP Billiton had a clear view about the...
2014/08/01 14:35
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THE spotlight is on two of South Australia’s most important industries — defence and mining — with significant announcements this week. There was good news on the mining front but troubling signs for...
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