Peter Ker Australian mining stocks slumped after the release of sluggish economic data out of China.
Peter Ker Australia's top commodities agency has detailed a year of woe for the local resources industry.
Peter Ker Spending on mineral exploration drops sharply, with small miners complaining about tax rule changes.
Peter Ker Fears that the US could become a rival are firming as the Obama approves more LNG exports.
Peter Ker Andrew Forrest's Fortescue Metals Group has been told to change the way it charges for access to its Pilbara railway, as regulators grapple with Brockman Mining.
Peter Ker For a moment, it seemed the high Australian dollar might join the cockroaches as the only survivor of nuclear winter.
Peter Ker Big foreign investors turn up the heat on Australian regulators over a controversial stalled mining project in the nation's east.
Peter Ker Andrew Forrest's long campaign for open railways in the Pilbara has come full circle.
Peter Ker Brockman's application for access to Fortescue's rail line appears to be an attempt to ambush Atlas Iron's bid for access.
Peter Ker Tony Burke gives big new bauxite project near Weipa in Queensland conditional approval.
Peter Ker Rio Tinto is able to push ahead with a big new bauxite project near Weipa in Queensland, after federal Environment Minister Tony Burke gave it conditional approval.
Peter Ker, Clancy Yeates Multinational oil and gas company BP has described the budget as a ''missed opportunity'' for tax reform and said some of the tax changes announced were at odds with a pro-growth agenda.
Peter Ker Clancy Yeates Multinational oil and gas company BP has described the 2012 budget as a ''missed opportunity'' for tax reform and said some of the tax changes announced were at odds with a pro-growth agenda.
Peter Ker, Clancy Yeates BP describes the 2013 budget as a 'missed opportunity' for tax reform.
Peter Ker Revenue targets for the Gillard government’s mining tax have been downgraded yet again.
Clancy Yeates with Peter Ker Multinational businesses are the prime targets of a sweeping plan to close down corporate tax loopholes, but local banks are also in the government's sights.
Peter Ker and Gareth Hutchens Rio Tinto has been ordered to pay $200 million to companies controlled by Gina Rinehart and fellow mining heiress Angela Bennett after a court found the multinational miner should have been paying...
Peter Ker Gina Rinehart's Hancock Prospecting has amended its financial report for the the 2012 financial year, with the changes seemingly focused on the number of people employed by the group.
Peter Ker Fortescue continues to dabble outside its Pilbara iron ore heartland, announcing an early stage agreement to investigate territory in South Australia that looks for prospective copper, gold and iron...
Peter Ker Australian taxpayers will help Rio Tinto to fund a $US5.1 billion mine expansion in Mongolia, after Australia's export credit agency decided to continue its controversial habit of lending to...