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​Rio Tinto reconsiders aluminium divestment
Editorial
18/05/15 - Rio Tinto is re-examining its aluminium divestment strategy, as the market starts to gather strength.
Analyst says Alcoa will probably keep WA refineries open
Editorial
10/03/15 - ​Alcoa will probably not shut any of its WA factories, according to an analyst.
Man injured after alumina train incident
Editorial
22/01/15 - ​A 62 year old man has been injured after his vehicle was hit by an alumina train in Western Australia.
Alcoa could be fined $200K over 2012 Wagerup refinery death
Editorial
05/11/14 - ​Alcoa has pleaded guilty to breaching safety laws related to the death of a contractor in 2009 and could be fined up to $200,000 later this week.
Australian Aluminium Council appoints Rio head as chief
Editorial
30/09/14 - Rio Tinto bauxite and alumina president Phillip Strachan has been appointed as the new head of the Australian Aluminium Council.
BHP Billiton Worsley Alumina job cuts confirmed
Editorial
27/05/14 - BHP Billiton has confirmed there will be job cuts at Worsley Alumina following the end of a four-year efficiency and expansion project.
WA performs strong in 2013 with record resources market value
Editorial
07/03/14 - Western Australia’s resources sector has set a new record value of $113.8 billion during 2013
MHM Metals suffers as Alcoa closes rolling mills
Editorial
20/02/14 - Alcoa’s decision to close its Point Henry and Yennora rolling mills by the end of 2014 has devastated MHM Metals.
Australian aluminium outgunned by cheap, coal-free global rivals
Editorial
18/02/14 - What led to Aloca's announcement today of the Point Henry smelter, and what happened to Australia's aluminium industry?
QAL fined after caustic slurry leak
Editorial
20/12/13 - Queensland Alumina Limited has been fined $125 000 after it pled guilty to a caustic slurry leak last year.
Gove locals wants Holden-style assistance measures
Editorial
19/12/13 - The lack of a federal assistance package for those working at the Gove alumina refinery in the Northern Territory is being questioned by locals.
Fortescue looks to sacked Indigenous Gove workers
Editorial
12/12/13 - Fortescue Metals Group is looking at potentially hiring the sacked Indigenous workers from Rio Tinto's Gove operations.

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