How a 'six pack before 50' challenge resulted in a trip to casualty and no sign of my abs.
Peter Ker Outlook for Chinese steel may not be as bleak as statistics suggest, Macquarie Bank says.
Peter Ker RIO Tinto expects to produce a record 250 million tonnes of iron ore in calendar year 2012.
Peter Ker Production of Rio Tinto’s prime commodities has slipped in the first three months of 2012, compared to the previous period.
Peter Ker Company announces new partnership with Hong Kong-based Golden Concord Holdings.
Peter Ker Historic goldfields could become part of a major international gold play.
Peter Ker Kayelekera mine in Malawi suffers 6 per cent setback after new chemical reagent performs badly.
Peter Ker Shares in Paladin Energy are sliding lower this morning, after the uranium miner revealed it had missed production targets yet again and had been forced to reduce its annual production targets.
Peter Ker Some of Australia's most historic goldfields could be set to change hands again, with Singaporean interests mounting a take-over bid for ASX-listed Castlemaine Goldfields.
Peter Ker A steep rise in earthquakes across the central US is likely to be man-made, according to new research into the controversial gas extraction method.
Peter Ker The mining union at the centre of an industrial dispute with BHP Billiton has rejected suggestions that recent strikes contributed to the closure of a coalmine.
Peter Ker THE union at the centre of an industrial dispute with BHP Billiton has rejected suggestions that recent strikes contributed to the closure of a Queensland coalmine.
Peter Ker American giant Alcoa warns recent cuts to the aluminium sector may not be the last.
Peter Ker BHP and Mitsubishi alliance say Norwich Park mine will close indefinitely after a seven week review could not find cheaper ways to run it.
Peter Ker One of the world's top diamond retailers has confirmed its interest in the diamond assets being shopped around by Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton.
Peter Ker RIO TINTO'S expensive punt on technology appears to be paying dividends, with some investment banks suggesting the company's driverless trucks and trains would make it a more attractive company to...
Peter Ker Gina Rinehart's private company is on a collision course with Australia's corporate watchdog.
Peter Ker Rio Tinto's expensive punt on technology appears to be paying dividends.
Peter Ker Australia's corporate watchdog is at odds with Gina Rinehart's private company, Hancock Prospecting, over lodgement of financial reports and accounts.
Peter Ker Fears stoked of flagship growth project being dogged by delays and blowouts.
Peter Ker Almost 20 per cent shaved off the Flinders share price yesterday as speculation rages.