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Many are broke and on the run after welcomed stimulus loans turn sour. China’s steel traders are now in the big banks’ cross hairs. Ruby Lian and Kelvin Soh report.

Mining Business Media is delighted to welcome Resources Roadhouse as a regular Billboard contributor. Today, Roadhouse’s Wally Graham has One Off The Wood with Roger Mason of Antipa Minerals Ltd

Who’s the most in-demand professional worker in Australia? According to a new recruitment survey, it’s a mining engineer

Mining Science: If a time error of 10 nanoseconds is too much, your GPS is about to get some good news. Nic White reports

It’s an Alaskan gold rush with a difference, inspired by a popular TV reality show. But the detritus of the original rush 100 years ago may have deadly health impacts. Yereth Rosen reports

Has the commodities boom that underpins Australia’s economy died? It’s a question exercising Australian politicians, commentators ... and market analyst Clyde Russell

Australian industry leaders are trying to focus on the economics of BHP Billiton’s Olympic Dam decision, but politics keep getting in the way

Barrick’s new CEO means business and is serious about abandoning the grow-at-all-costs mantra.

Awaruite, a naturally-occurring nickel-iron alloy, is being eyed as a potential new, commercial nickel source. Mark Mentiplay reports.

Coal traders are now concerned defaults by key China coal importers could trigger another price plunge. Jonathan Saul and Fayen Wong report.

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Mining Billboard

Insights and analysis from leading industry commentators