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  1. Brierty JV wins $9.9m Rio contract

    Brierty JV wins $9.9m Rio contract

    Brierty and Aboriginal joint venture partner Karlayura Construction Services have won a $9.9 million contract with Rio Tinto in the Pilbara.

  2. Tempo wins $4.5m contract

    Mining contractor Tempo Australia says it has won a $4.5 million contract for the refurbishment of bulk fuel tanks in the Pilbara.

  3. Ellison cashes in on MinRes strength

    Ellison cashes in on MinRes strength

    Mineral Resources managing director Chris Ellison has netted $22.6 million after selling two million shares on the market at an average price of $11.30.

  4. Perseus back online after fire

    Perseus back online after fire

    Perseus resumed operations at Edikan gold mine seven days after fire damaged the processing plant.

  5. Fresh doubts emerge about Padbury

    Fresh doubts emerge about Padbury

    Company fails to reveal identity of the $US6.5b backer of Oakajee project.

  6. NRW wins $200m Roy Hill job

    NRW wins $200m Roy Hill job

    Mining contractor wins $200m job with Samsung C&T on Roy Hill project.

  7. Sirius starts drilling again

    Sirius starts drilling again

    Sirius Resources says it will resume drilling for more discoveries in the Fraser Range.

  8. Civmec eyes stadium opportunities

    Civmec eyes stadium opportunities

    WA fabricator says local suppliers are closing the price gap on the Chinese.

  9. Workers up in arms over Nifty layoffs

    Workers up in arms over Nifty layoffs

    Miners from the Nifty underground copper operation in the east Pilbara are threatening to take legal action against owner Aditya Birla Minerals following a cave-in that has forced 400 workers offsite.

  10. NBN not connecting in WA

    NBN not connecting in WA

    Number of homes in WA connected to the NBN continues to lag behind other States.

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