Hot Chili boss Christian Easterday set Diggers alight yesterday with news his company had struck a deal to sell part of its Productora copper project in Chile to local iron ore giant Compania Minera del Pacifico.
Blackham Resources' Bryan Dixon has put on a brave face over the bitter boardroom brawl consuming the company, talking up Blackham's Wiluna gold projects in the face of a looming shareholder showdown aimed at dumping Joseph Gutnick from the company's board.
Bill Beament likes to refer to the family culture he and his young management team are building at gold miner Northern Star Resources.
Jim Walker's career-long focus on apprentices and training has been recognised.
Fresh from entertaining Mines Minister Bill Marmion at its Paddington mine 45km north of Kalgoorlie yesterday, Norton Gold Fields exercised a long-held option to process ore from Phoenix Gold's nearby Castle Hill project.
Metals X has flagged the closure of its Chalice underground mine near Norseman before the end of the year.
Low iron ore prices have pushed back Fortescue Metals Group's aggressive plan to pay its debt down early, a move that may also threaten a promised dividend bonanza from the miner.
The resources industry has launched its biggest anti-tax campaign since the fight against Kevin Rudd's mining super profits tax.
Sandfire Resources chief executive Karl Simich gave his usual upbeat presentation about the cash generator that is his DeGrussa copper-gold mine.
Gold Road Resources shares soar 4.5c to a two-year high of 34.5c as investors welcome news of maiden 3.8moz resource at Gruyere prospect.
Mark Bennett sports cut nose yesterday after walking into wing of stationary aeroplane.