"The stocks have run really fast, really far and are pricing in more upside in gold at this point," said Morgan ...

Gold shares lose lustre

The red-hot market for gold-mining companies has made the shares too expensive for some investors.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull needs to sell his innovation plan to Australians.

Australia could lose billions to China and India

Imagine a world where Australia produces little goods and services that may be taxed, and at the same time, loses out on billions of dollars of mining company revenue to China and India.

The mining industry is well positioned to act with more discipline in the next commodity price upswing which, according ...

Adani mine clears another legal hurdle

​Indian mining giant Adani has overcome another legal challenge to its planned Carmichael coal mine, with the federal court rejecting a man's native title claim.

Radhika Oswal told the court she was strong armed by ANZ to sign the guarnatee to assume her husband's debts.

Oswals, ANZ agree to settle

The legal battle between ANZ and billionaires Pankaj and Radhika Oswal is close to ending after the parties agreed to an in principle settlement.


Coal is back again

After years of pain, coal becomes one of the hottest commodities of 2016 with prices soaring since mid-June - and Australia's miners are the biggest winners.

Executive chairman of Evolution Mining, Jake Klein.

Time for Evolution to stand still

Evolution Mining shareholder Allan Gray says the miner has a strong portfolio and needs to "carry on with the status quo" rather than hunt for acquisitions. It came as Evolution swung to a net loss after tax of $24.35 million.

Radhika Oswal (right) with daughter Vasundhara, said she was pressured into signing the agreement.

ANZ executive told Oswals 'your children will be orphans', court hears

ANZ chief legal officer Bob Santamaria told the wife of billionaire businessman Pankaj Oswal, Radhika, that she and her husband and their children would be "orphans" if they did not sign a guarantee over her $1 billion stake in the couple's Burrup Fertilisers business, a court has heard.