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2014/12/15 11:46
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BHP said the move was designed to meet the increased demand for tug services inside the port Photo: Tony Ashby The operator of Port Hedland says it still plans to break BHP Billiton's exclusive hold...
2014/12/15 11:46
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2014/12/12 04:50
2014/12/12 04:50
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Iron ore prices have probably peaked, says BHP Billiton. Mining giant BHP Billiton says iron ore prices are unlikely to eclipse $US100 a tonne again, with expectations of steel consumption growth in...
2014/12/11 14:55
2014/12/11 14:55
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The cost of bunker fuel for the cape-sized vessels that typically carry iron ore has fallen 39 per cent since January. A slump in the price of oil to $US64 a barrel for Brent crude has delivered...
2014/12/09 09:05
2014/12/09 09:05
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Port Hedland is Australia's largest iron ore export port. BHP Billiton has moved to increase the number of tugboats operating in Port Hedland and introduced a new shipping company to the port, in a...
2014/12/09 08:16
2014/12/09 08:16
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SYDNEY - Shares in Australian energy companies were hammered Tuesday by plunging oil and commodity prices, with BHP hitting a five-year low and Santos at levels not seen for a decade. BHP Billiton's...
2014/12/09 08:05
2014/12/09 08:05
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A Pilbara building surveyor who processed plans for a worker's camp that was later smashed by a cyclone has admitted he made a big mistake in assessing the wind risk. Kitchenhand Debra Till, 47, and...
2014/12/08 04:05
2014/12/08 04:05
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A SEVERE Fire Weather warning remains in place for much of the Pilbara and northern WA as temperatures soar past 45C in several centres. The Fire Warning zone includes the East Pilbara Coast, West...
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2014/12/07 17:05
2014/12/07 17:05
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DORIS Eaton is a warrior. The Njamal elder and co-chair of the Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation has been fighting for her people’s rights to land, health and education for decades, following in...
2014/12/06 23:26
2014/12/06 23:26
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Whistling trend a sign of burglaries in WA's Karratha Whistling has taken on a sinister tone in Karratha where residents are being asked to report it after a recent spike in burglaries in the Pilbara...
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2014/12/06 04:05
2014/12/06 04:05
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HOMEOWNERS have been told not to be alarmed at a major smoke hazard over Roleystone in the Perth Hills. A Department of Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said the Roleystone Volunteer Bushfire...
2014/12/05 14:05
2014/12/05 14:05
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AT FIRST, the crowd gathers in small groups, as though at a picnic day. Girls in long skirts wearing bands in their hair call out across the wide lawn of the turf club, and run over to meet...
2014/12/03 13:24
2014/12/03 13:24
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For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. Australia in the 1980s was a very different country....
2014/12/03 08:55
2014/12/03 08:55
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Fortescue Metals Group is overhauling its top ranks and readying more job cuts as the world's No. 4 iron-ore exporter restructures following a massive expansion and sharp pullback in commodity...
2014/12/03 06:29
2014/12/03 06:29
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AUSTRALIA'S hottest-ever spring has broken another record. THIS week the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) announced that spring 2014 was the hottest since consistent national records began in 1910, with...
2014/12/03 06:29
2014/12/03 06:29
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FORMER Prime Minister John Howard has launched a stinging attack on the ABC, saying the public broadcaster should not be immune from the Government’s savings measures. The ABC saw its budget cut by...
2014/12/03 06:09
2014/12/03 06:09
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Australia stocks moved modestly higher in early Sydney stock action Wednesday, with the S&P/ASX 200 (AU:XJO) nosing 0.2% higher in seesaw trading, extending its 1.4% commodities-led rally in the...
2014/12/03 02:06
2014/12/03 02:06
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Iron ore shipments to China from Australia’s Port Hedland declined to the lowest level in seven months as the world’s biggest buyer ordered some mills to curb output to cut pollution before a global...
2014/12/02 11:05
2014/12/02 11:05
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THE company that built accommodation at a cyclone-hit rail camp has told a WA inquest it used an atlas and a ruler to calculate a key wind risk rating at another of its projects. The West Australian...
2014/12/02 10:29
2014/12/02 10:29
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FORTESCUE chief Nev Power says drugs are infiltrating mine sites and the resources sector needs to stop turning a blind eye to the problem. The head of Australia’s third biggest iron ore miner made...
2014/12/02 08:34
2014/12/02 08:34
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Gordon Gregory, chief executive officer of the National Rural Health Alliance, writes below that “Australia’s rural and remote people are yet again being denied access to essential services by...
2014/12/15 11:46
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