Topic: Mining

Australia's mining and resources industries employs around 750,000 people and generate hundreds of billions in export dollars

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Mine games

Mining is essential to the foundations of the Australian economy, but miners need to think laterally about improvements to aid efficiency and reduce environmental impact, writes Rob Adamson MAICD.

How the resources sector beat COVID-19

Well-oiled crisis response plans and a "safety first" culture helped Australia's risk-averse resources sector not only survive the pandemic but also thrive.

Oz Minerals chair Rebecca McGrath does things differently

From clean energy to capital raising and collaborative data sharing, company director and chair Rebecca McGrath mines Oz Minerals' culture of innovation to navigate turbulent times.

Talking resources and directorship with Stefanie Loader

In this interview, former NSW Minerals Council Chair Stefanie Loader GAICD reviews her career in the resources sector and regional NSW's 'sweet spot' for opportunity.

Western Australia: from the ground up

There is growing confidence that Western Australia is finding its way back from the aftermath of the resources and construction boom and bust. However, some things have substantially changed.

Living in a material world

New materials are creating opportunities for new products. Serial innovator Chris Gilbey OAM shares his insights on the emerging field of graphene development.

John and Denis Wagner

Toowoomba-based construction and mining services company, Wagners, is one of the largest privately-owned businesses in Queensland. Christopher Niesche spoke to brothers John and Denis Wagner about the...

Chair’s Mentoring Program: Q&A with Maree Arnason GAICD

No matter how experienced you are as a director, it is always helpful to have someone guide you through the complex dilemmas faced in the boardroom. The Chair’s Mentoring Program introduces highly exp...

Effective board reporting Writing

In part one of our series on effective board reporting, Dr Judith MacCormick FAICD provides five steps for writing a board paper.
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