Fortescue green lights $417m Pilbara mine
Fortescue will spend about $417 million to develop the Queens Valley mining area in the Pilbara as part of a plan to boost margins through higher grade product.
Elizabeth Bryan says addressing climate change is one of the key issues boardrooms must address if they want to remain in business.
AACo’s full-year loss widened by 45 per cent to $148.4 million after the meat producer took a $47 million hit from the North Queensland floods.
RBA governor Philip Lowe says the board “will consider the case” for a cash rate cut when it meets next month, signalling a change could be on the way.
Seven West Media has blamed a softer advertising market for an expected drop in full-year earnings.
Myer has appointed Jacquie Naylor as a non-executive director, who will bring more than three decades worth of retail experience to the department store.
ANZ has appointed Ken Adams as its top lawyer to replace retiring group general counsel Bob Santamaria.
Rare earth producer Lynas is choosing between two sites for an initial ore processing facility, one near Mount Weld, another near Kalgoorlie in WA.
The ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer confidence survey conducted over the weekend recorded a rise in sentiment.
NAB’s moves to rebuild goodwill with customers has continued with the bank letting customers use Apple Pay with their bank-issued credit and debit cards.
James Hardie has cut its final dividend despite lifting full-year profit 57 per cent to $US228.8 million.
US car giant Ford is shedding 7,000 white-collar jobs globally, most of them at its Michigan headquarters; the plan will save the company $US600 million a year.
Tasmanian shipbuilder Incat has won an $US130 million order to build the world’s largest aluminium ship, a 130m ferry that will be used in Latin America.
More Australians stood in line for an election day sausage than paid attention to property auctions on Saturday, CoreLogic data suggests.
An Undera footballer is fighting for his life after an incident during a Kyabram District League reserves game against Violet Town last Saturday.
THE Echuca mother charged over her daughter’s death in 2008 has walked free from court. Tania Walker, 35, charged with child homicide of 23-month-old Angela Bannister, appeared in Bendigo Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a bail application which...
The Clark family has always had firm plans for a future in the dairy industry.
An electric line-up has been announced for the 2019 Land Of Plenty music festival to be held in Shepparton later this year. Following through on last month’s promise to bring some of Australia’s hottest bands to the Goulburn Valley, the Greater...