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(INVESTMENT)
Indigenous rights campaigners say reinsurer AXIS Capital has set a new global standard with the announcement it will not underwrite mining projects that do not have full consent of impacted communities.

(PERSONNEL)
The mining executive who has driven the transition of Western Australian miner IGO into a leading performer in future-facing resources, CEO-MD Peter Bradford, has died suddenly at age 64.

(COMMENTARY)
Despite the opposition of climate activists, scaled-up mining has the capacity to be a climate solution rather than a problem and mines must come into production soon to deliver dependable mineral supply chains for the energy transition.

(COMMENTARY)
While the Australian mining sector continues to deliver record financial contributions to federal and state coffers, new government workforce research points to a long-term impact from crippling skill shortages.

(RESEARCH)
The direct and indirect impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on mining costs has exacerbated the global gold sector's continuing decline in AISC margins of the last two years.

(SAFETY)
South Africa's Jagersfontein tailings dam failure gives added force to the global mining sector's campaign to reduce safety risk by reducing and one day eliminating tailings waste from the mine life cycle.

(COMMENTARY)
Australian-based American Rare Earths' Wyoming project stands out as US struggles with its vulnerability to Chinese dominance in specialty metals, and rare earths in particular.

(DEVELOPMENT)
Australian-based explorer is taking advantage of the improving economic outlook for metallurgical coal to commission an updated scoping study on its Lochinvar project in the UK straddling the England-Scotland border.

Tungsten producer welcomes confirmation of $50M government grants advancing Australian strategy to accelerate critical minerals production.

Leading international premium zircon producer PYX Resources has joined more than 15,000 companies and 3,000 non-business organisations committed to align their operations with human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption principles under the United Nations Global Compact.

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Mining Billboard

Insights and analysis from leading industry commentators