- Government to pay out former Queensland Nickel workers
Queensland Nickel refinery workers left without entitlements will paid by the Federal Government under the Fair Entitlements Guarantee (FEG), putting “National Treasure” Clive Palmer squarely in its sights. Taxpayers will be expected to foot the $73.9 million bill for workers’ entitlements, although Employment Minister Michaelia Cash said the government was “prepared to step in to … Continue reading Government to pay out former Queensland Nickel workers
- Alkane Resources in bid to supply aerospace industry
Alkane Resources has revealed it is in talks with major aerospace firms about supplying a crucial rare earth element used in jet engine manufacture.
- Queensland Nickel workers remain in limbo
The future hangs in the balance for 550 Queensland Nickel employees, due to have their contracts terminated at 5pm this afternoon.
- Palmer squeezes back into refinery driver’s seat
In a move long awaited by many, Clive Palmer taken responsibility for his business interests and swooped in to save the day for the Yabulu Refinery.
- Twisting the history of steel wire rope
When it comes to productivity and progress, ingenuity is the backbone of the mining industry. Many will agree that mining activities have been the precursor to almost every significant technological development in our history.