Mining accommodation providers may have to look at alternatives to "donga" style worker's camps in the future as planning decisions impact approvals.
Rio Tinto Ltd. (RIO.AU) has pulled out of an accommodation expansion project for its workers in Australia's remote iron ore-rich Pilbara region, the project's developer said Friday. Diploma Group Ltd. (DGX.AU) said in a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange Rio Tinto had told it the Rocklea Palms Pilbara Accommodation Expansion Project had been deemed "non-essential" in its current expansion program and had been put on hold indefinitely.
An innovative School-based teaching program by the Canadian mining industry puts indigenous kids in touch with the geology of their land
The Federal Court upheld that workers should lose company paid accommodation during industrial action
Australia-based Ambre Enery has signed Letters of Intent with two US manafacturing firms to construct barges to take coal down the Colombia RIver to the Port of St Helens, where it will be exported to Asia.