Monday 17th Jun, 2019
GrainCorp shed at the Port of Portland. Photo: David Sexton

GrainCorp board downplays takeover bid, wants more certain offer

GrainCorp has opened its books to Long-Term Asset Partners (LTAP) and told the takeover bidder to put together a better…
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Port of Brisbane grain terminal. Photo: Port of Brisbane

Growers concerned over market power in grain supply chain

Australia’s market watchdog has called for changes to regulation in the grain supply chain, after growers expressed concern over access…
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Ground broken on Inland Rail

Construction has officially begun on Inland Rail, with a formal ground breaking ceremony in Parkes on Thursday, December 13. Deputy…
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Parliament disclosure reveals BHP derailment clean-up task

WA’s environment minister has told Parliament up to 16,000 litres of diesel and 30,000 tonnes of iron ore were spilt…
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Plans for new mega steel plant at Whyalla

GFG Alliance chairman Sanjeev Gupta has outlined plans for a 10 million tonne per annum steel plant at Whyalla, alongside…
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ACCC court action to aid Newcastle container terminal development

Provisions baked into port privatisation deals by the NSW Government over the last five years illegally stifle competition in the…
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First bauxite shipment made from Amrun

Rio says the first shipment of bauxite has left its Amrun project in Far North Queensland, six weeks ahead of…
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GrainCorp shed at the Port of Portland. Photo: David Sexton

GrainCorp targeted in $2.4bn takeover bid

ASX-listed grain handling giant GrainCorp has received a $2.4 billion takeover offer. GrainCorp, a major player in Australia’s east coast…
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Carmichael mine and rail fully financed and ready to go

Adani will proceed with scaled-down plans to build its Carmichael coal project in Queensland’s Galilee Basin, with the Indian energy…
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