Last of Argyle’s pink diamonds in ’emotional’ Antwerp farewell

The last tender of Argyle pink diamonds has arrived in the world diamond capital of Antwerp for viewing by prospective bidders. 

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Rare Kimberley pink diamond sets Australian-record price

The Fitzpatrick Pink had originally been acquired after a visit to an Argyle display at the World Expo in Brisbane.

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An FMG refreshment station

WA mining giant takes single-use plastic drink bottles out of the picture

The move to limit drinks to those available in non-plastic packaging both on-site and at the company’s Perth offices was revealed as part of Plastic Free July.

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The golden discovery poised to change the way we look at the Pilbara

Emerging explorer and project developer De Grey Mining is out to prove there is much more to mining in WA's North West than iron ore.

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Ken Brinsden

The Drilldown: how Ken went back to his Kalgoorlie roots and then kicked on

We caught up with Pilbara Minerals boss Ken Brinsden to talk about his start in mining, why he joined the emerging lithium and tantalum producer and the exciting outlook for WA's battery sector.

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The giant diamond found in Botswana

Giant diamond discovery ‘one of the biggest ever mined’

The impressive stone, measuring more than 1000 carats, was pulled from the 'Prince of Mines.'

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King Henry gold rock Perth Mint

King Henry, the giant gold rock, goes on permanent display in WA

The monstrous gold specimen weighs upwards of 93kg and is estimated to contain gold worth more than $3 million.

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Henry and Johnathan Taitt

‘Awe-inspiring country’: Henry trades Tassie greenery for Goldfields red dirt

Growing up on a farm in north-east Tasmania, a career in the mining industry was far from Henry Taitt’s mind. But that all changed with one phone call from his twin brother Johnathan.

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How a ‘joke’ suit jacket suddenly made Rob hi-vis

Rob Glenn's unique array of tailored jackets are a nod to his sense of humour - but also the lessons he passes on to mining professionals around the country.

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Mount Whaleback blue crusher

A big blue reminder of the importance of mental health

The team at Mount Whaleback iron ore mine in the Pilbara have a constant reminder of the importance of mental health - it’s big, it’s blue and it’s come a bloody long way to get there.

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