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(MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS) After warning that its TiZir JV partner Eramet's hostile $291M hostile bid could deprive shareholders of the value of their investment, Mineral Deposits has upped the pressure by outlining significant growth in production and profits for the next two years.

(LISTINGS) Rox Resources is planning an IPO and ASX listing of new subsidiary Helios Gold as the route for realising the full value of its 86,000oz Mt Fisher gold project in Western Australia.

(FINANCIAL) Strong signs of underlying demand growth for mining consumables support Orica's expectations of improved performance after a first half decline.

(LITIGATION) Six leading South African gold miners have committed to comprehensive compensation payouts for mineworkers suffering silicosis and/or tuberculosis from working in dusty gold mine environments.

(DEVELOPMENT) Australian-based Strandline Resources now has binding take-or-pay contracts in place for 90% of forecast revenue from the Fungoni, the first of its planned pipeline of heavy mineral sands developments in Tanzania.

(TUNGSTEN) Despite late March storms that temporarily slowed its progress at the Hemerdon mine in SW England, Wolf Minerals remains the leader of an emerging trend to target ancient mines for tungsten, tin and other metals to feed EV, electronics and renewable energy sectors.

(LITIGATION) Glencore faces a $3B demand coupled with an order to freeze the assets of its Mutanda and Kamoto copper-cobalt projects in DR Congo, a move that commentators say could disrupt vital global cobalt supplies.

(MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS) French mining and metallurgy group ERAMET aims to use its financial strength to advance the TiZir mineral sands project through its $A291M bid for 50% JV partner Mineral Deposits.

Latest numbers show stronger global economic growth and rising commodity prices is fuelling a new era of investment growth in Australia, report

(LITIGATION) Prairie Mining has been won the promise of June 30 deadline to process its regional environmental consent and a court injunction backing its security of tenure as it fights to develop a world-class coking coal project in SE Poland.

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Mining Billboard

Insights and analysis from leading industry commentators