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Big mining’s age of austerity far from over

But asset sales will slow says new report.

Glencore to resume dividend in 2017 as debt reduction on track

Soaring coal prices have helped Glencore, the world’s biggest provider…

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Consolidated Thompson shareholders approve takeover by Cliffs

Consolidated Thompson's shares dropped two cents to close at $17.11 on Friday after the company announced its shareholders have approved the friendly takeover by Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. Under the deal, made public in mid-January, Cliffs Natural Resources acquired Consolidated Thompson for CDN$4.9 billion (US$4.6 billion) or C$17.27 in cash per common share. The transaction is expected to close in the second quarter.

Fortescue discovers a billion tonnes of iron ore in Western Australia

Fortescue Metals Group has discovered more than one billion tonnes of iron ore in Western Australia's Pilbara and aims to develop it rapidly. Sydney Morning Herald reports: The new project, named Nyidinghu, is about 35 kilometers south of Fortescue's first mine, Cloudbreak, and contained an inferred resource of 1.032 billion tonnes of ore at a grade of 58 per cent iron, the company said.

AMEC awarded major Chilean iron ore EPCM contract

Compañía Minera del Pacífico has awarded the EPCM contract or its Cerro Negro Norte iron ore mining projects to international engineering firm AMEC International engineering and project management company, AMEC, has been awarded an engineering,

Ruling on misleading information by Fortescue overturned

Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest may face directorship ban following the overturning of an earlier court case by the Australian Federal Court Today proved to be a day of champagne followed by flat beer for the chief executive of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (ASX: