“The Granny Venn; yes it was there but it was kind of a sitting duck for somebody.”
Estrella Resources’ hunt for the elusive mother lode at its nickel project near Kalgoorlie-Boulder has been buoyed by a promising nickel-copper hit in “virgin territory”
Regis Resources is blaming a “difficult” quarter on COVID-19 headwinds that saw supply chains disrupted and a shortage of skilled operators during WA’s workforce crunch
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Mayor John Bowler has paid tribute to “charming and warm” radio personality Russell Woolf whose shock overnight death on Monday has rocked WA
Launched on October 1 last year, the scheme offering 10¢ for every eligible container handed in to one of 11 refund points in the region had so far generated $2 million for the Goldfields economy
Improved production and lower costs at the historic Gwalia goldmine in Leonora propped up an otherwise lacklustre September quarter for St Barbara
A brainstorming session informing the State Government’s bid to ease WA’s critical skills crunch took place in Kalgoorlie-Boulder on Monday.
Jason Mennell & Carwyn Monck
Relief is around the corner for Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s long suffering young athletes who have been holding on for a decade for an ablution block to be installed at their facility
State Labor Member for Kalgoorlie Ali Kent has described vivid childhood memories of the Northern Ireland conflict while throwing her support behind a proposed new law clamping down terrorism.
Lynas Rare Earths continues to face COVID-19 headwinds in Malaysia despite 99 per cent of its staff and contractors there being fully vaccinated.
The Shire has been forced to backtrack on the appointment of neighbouring Shire president Ian Mickel as an independent panellist in the selection of a new chief executive
Kalgoorlie-Boulder resident Rodney Botica has welcomed a decision by Lynas Rare Earths to abandon its plans to build a waste storage facility on the eastern apron of the city
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