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Goldfields Business and Mining

  1. WA miners get back to work

    WA miners get back to work

    Demand for resource workers has jumped more than 16 per cent.

  2. Chinese company set to become WA's biggest landholder after farm deal

    Chinese company set to become WA's biggest landholder after farm deal

    A Shanghai-based company taking Australian Rules football to China is poised to become WA’s biggest landholder after signing deals to buy stations in the Kimberley and Goldfields and farms on the edge of the Wheatbelt.

  3. ANZ exit causes more frustration for Norseman residents

    Norseman residents fume after ANZ had departs town with its ATM and a set of historically significant scales.

  4. Spending exemption granted

    Mining leases have been waived on four leases owned by Yilgiron

  5. Teams invited to enter mine emergency response competition

    Teams invited to enter mine emergency response competition

    Registrations open for annual Goldfields surface mine emergency response competition

  6. Bus drivers to shed uniforms for Radio Lollipop

    Bus drivers to shed uniforms for Radio Lollipop

    Trans Goldfields bus drivers to shed uniforms for kids charity Radio Lollipop

  7. Online businesses sell wares at One-Stop Shop

    Online businesses sell wares at One-Stop Shop

    Online business owners praise event for organisation

  8. Carpentry a life-long dream for employee of the week

    Carpentry a life-long dream for employee of the week

    Joel Softley has always wanted to be a carpenter

  9. Big miners remain optimistic about acquisition potential

    Big miners remain optimistic about acquisition potential

    New Mont and Goldfields look for new acquisitions

  10. Diggers chairman takes Govt to task

    Diggers chairman takes Govt to task

    Federal Govt paying lip service to mining, says forum boss

  11. Diners urged to watch out for automatic gratuities

    Consumer Protection has warned diners to beware having their restaurant bills topped up.

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