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Mining & Resources
Thomas Biesheuvel Coal mining might have dubbed by Prime Minister Tony Abbott as 'good for humanity' but apparently it isn't God's work.
Simon Evans The Fair Work Commission has ruled that mining giant BHP was legally allowed to sack an underground truck driver who refused to shave off a goatee beard and a moustache.
Peter Ker and Tess Ingram Struggling Australian miners like Atlas have been given a glimmer of hope after another big miner vowed to cut exports.
Peter Hannam, Leesha McKenny New Planning Minister Rob Stokes has flagged an overhaul of the way large mining projects win approval, signalling that the community will be given greater opportunity to "test the decision".
Christopher Ingraham New data shows exactly which industries' employees drink the most, which do the most drugs, and where employees are most likely not just to use drugs, but abuse them.
Juan Pablo Spinetto Vale, the world's largest iron-ore producer, is considering cutting output from its most expensive mines amid a global supply glut.
David Prestipino A sacked Fortescue Metals Group worker has described the dire situation facing anxious workers as they await to learn their fate with the troubled iron ore miner.
Peter Ker Cliffs believes BHP, Rio Tinto and Vale cannot afford to continue growing iron ore exports.
Simon Evans and Angela Macdonald-Smith Santos's board has been rapped over the knuckles by shareholders, with voting going embarrassingly close to a "strike" against the company on remuneration.
Peter Ker OceanaGold says it is looking at further acquisitions despite buying Newmont's Waihi gold mine overnight
Tess Ingram Yancoal Australia has defended the role of its independent directors after the coal miner's chairman, Li Xiyong, publicly revealed he had engineered the resignation of a "bossy" independent director.
Angela Macdonald-Smith Slashed investment after the plunge in oil prices has caused Cooper Basin oil and gas player Senex Energy to cut its full-year production guidance, driving its share price down.
Amanda Saunders Andrew Forrest has landed a new recruit in his epic attempt to win the escalating iron ore wars – high-profile broadcaster Alan Jones.
Peter Hannam The Baird government may have to decide on as many as 21 new coal mines or expansion projects in the Hunter Valley in coming years, juggling competing interests from other industries and local communities squeezed by the growth.
Iron ore rose to its highest level since March last night at $US59.09. We ask the experts where it is heading.
Peter Ker EY finds that a $1.71 per share offer for PanAust falls short of fair value for the stock.
Heath Aston BHP Billiton has revealed the true extent of its sweetheart deal with tax authorities in Singapore and acknowledged that the Australian Tax Office is chasing it for $500 million in unpaid taxes and fines in relation to the so-called "Singapore sling".