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Goldminers detail quarterly activities

Goldminer Bellevue Gold has met its production target from the second half, while fellow miner De Grey Mining progresses its Hemi gold project.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 10:50 am

Leonoil bids to takeover Sierra Rutile

Leonoil Company Limited has made an unsolicited bid for Sierra Rutile, weeks after the mineral producer signed a binding agreement over Gemcorp's takeover.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 10:41 am

Liberty to grow nationally

The Perth-based flexible workspace provider has announced that it will expand its footprint into Sydney and Brisbane.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 10:33 am

QUBE expands industrial portfolio

The Subiaco-based developer purchased 4.5 hectares in Forrestdale for $6.82m, where it plans to build a new industrial facility.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 10:17 am

Ashburton CEO quits for health reasons

Shire of Ashburton chief executive Kenn Donohoe is to step down from the role after more than four years to fight a health battle.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 9:51 am

Moran seeks Bullwinkel preselection

Luerssen Australia executive Matt Moran will seek Liberal candidacy in the newly formed federal seat of Bullwinkel, after losing the battle for preselection in the Curtin electorate.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 9:15 am

Liontown notches short-term offtake deal

Kathleen Valley developer Liontown Resources has secured a short-term offtake deal with a Chinese lithium refiner to sell initial volumes during the ramp-up period.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 8:40 am

Gold execs take Diggers equity

A host of new equity partners have come on board at Kalgoorlie’s Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum, including industry luminaries and conference veterans.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 7:55 am

Trump shooting a 'shock to the system': Albanese

The prime minister says peaceful democratic processes can't be taken for granted, following the attempted assassination of former US president Donald Trump.

Read More 15 July 2024 | 6:30 am

Morning Headlines

Banks target vulnerable: watchdog A clutch of Australian banks will be forced to refund more than $28 million to 136,000 vulnerable customers after an investigation by the corporate cop found systemic high-fee charging. The Fin ASX faces tech ‘ticking time bomb’

Read More 15 July 2024 | 4:50 am

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