The mining school was yesterday revealed as the world’s second-ranked university and number one in Australia for mineral and mining engineering in the 2021 QS World University Rankings
St Barbara is eyeing an improved performance at its troubled Gwalia goldmine after ditching its underground contractor in favour of Macmahon Holdings.
State Mines Minister Bill Johnston has backtracked on comments this week suggesting the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder bungled an opportunity to develop a key parcel of industrial land
Shire of Laverton president Patrick Hill says the damage done to the roof of the Laverton Hospital puts into sharp focus the urgent need for the dilapidated facility’s rebuild.
Australian Potash has secured a pivotal $140 million loan agreement with a Commonwealth lending facility that will underpin the development of its Lake Wells project north of Laverton.
The announcement, led by Mark McGowan in Kalgoorlie-Boulder yesterday, saw WA Labor commit $37.4 million to digitalising mining data as well as streamlining mining approvals.
Mr O’Donnell on Saturday said he had twice been prevented from landing at Eucla because of residual moisture from rain days beforehand.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder will be tipping $10,000 into a fund for victims of last month’s Wooroloo bushfire, which destroyed 86 homes east of Perth.
The $20,000 sponsorship being paid to Outback Car Hunters will be ploughed back into small local businesses that feature in one of three Goldfields episodes
The delay in handing over the head lease was front and centre of debate at Kalgoorlie Town Hall on Thursday.
WA Labor has turned up the heat in its bid to claim the seat of Kalgoorlie, yesterday sending party heavyweight Roger Cook to the red dirt in a sign it is ramping up its charm offensive in the region.
Gold industry perils was in sharp focus last year when contractor Michael Johnson died after the bogger he was driving veered off a ledge and plunged 25m at the Carosue Dam goldmine in July.
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