Amanda is a senior reporter with more than 20 years' experience as a writer and editor. She has previously been a staff writer for The West Australian and a journalist for The Sunday Times, the Kalgoorlie Miner, Australia’s Mining Monthly and ResourceStocks. While living in the UK, Amanda wrote for the Newsquest group. She has also written for a broad variety of Australian online news outlets and was a publications manager for the Western Australian government. Amanda has a master’s degree in international journalism from the University of Western Australia, an undergraduate degree in commerce, and a diploma in journalism from the British National Council for the Training of Journalists. She has strong interests in history and book publishing.
The base metals-focused company was joined by new managing director Alex Molyneux on September 1.
Archer collaborated with the University of New South Wales to show Campoona graphite can be used in a commercially scalable lithium-ion battery.
The company is hoping to mine its graphite flake, see it turned into concentrate, then produce spherical graphite to supply Korean lithium-ion battery-makers.
Novo Resources Corp is also farming into Pioneer Resources’ Kangan Gold Project in the district.
The company has been all systems going since deciding in July to reopen the project, backed by a $40 million Macquarie Bank facility.
Rock chips from the entrances to mine passages featured high-grade gold.
Corazon is also updating the resource estimates for the historic mining centre.
Pilbara Minerals expects its output to be loaded at Port Hedland port later this week.