Wednesday 15th Aug, 2018
The Aurizon locomotive derailed in north west Queensland. Photo: Queensland Rail

Services re-open on Mt Isa line following sulfuric acid derailment

Freight and passenger services have resumed on the Mount Isa rail line in north-west Queensland, after a train carrying 817,000…
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The Karara export terminal at Geraldton Port in WA. Photo: Karara

Commodities slump hits Gindalbie as Chinese investor gets nervous

Iron ore junior Gindalbie Metals has seen its market value cut in half after Chinese steelmaker Ansteel – majority owner…
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Coal operations at Abbot Point. Photo: North Queensland Bulk Ports

Abbot Point, Hay Point progress bucks coal trend

The approval of an expansion at Abbot Point, and the opening of a new terminal at Hay Point this week…
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Mr Ferdinand Leopolder of drymix.info.

Sydney meeting shines light on drymix potential

With Australia’s drymix mortar community set to assemble in Sydney on February 18th, ABHR spoke to Mr Ferdinand Leopolder, the…
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Train on its way to WICET. Photo: Aurizon

Commodity slump hits Aurizon

Aurizon’s share price slid 10% this morning after the company lowered its coal volume forecast, and announced roughly $215m in…
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Zirconium bars. Photo: Creative Commons / Alchemist-hp

NSW approves Alkane’s Dubbo zirconia project

The NSW Government has approved a mining lease for Alkane Resources subsidiary Australian Zirconia Limited’s Dubbo Zirconia Project (DZP). Following…
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Ship loading iron ore at Port Hedland. Photo: Fortescue Metals Group

Iron ore miners stifled by free market mechanics

With the majors holding a bigger slice of the market than ever, and prices at ten-year lows, the iron ore…
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Boost for Adani mine in Qld Land Court

A Queensland court has recommended the state approve Indian giant Adani’s proposed $16.5bn Carmichael coal mine, rejecting claims by environmental…
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